Ford is headed back again to the Rebelle Rally in 2021 with a total host of Broncos and new motorists. In case you haven’t read of it before, the Rebelle Rally is an all-gals off-road rally celebration that requires area more than quite a few days of grueling terrain. This year’s opposition is using area out west in the desert, starting in close proximity to the Hoover Dam and ending at California’s Imperial Sand Dunes.
Final 12 months, Ford was only able to convey the Bronco Sport to the celebration. Now that the significant Bronco is out, even though, Ford has both of those a 2-Doorway Wildtrak and four-Doorway Badlands prepared for opposition. Professional rally team Shelby Corridor (driver) and Penny Dale (navigator) will pilot the 2-Doorway, and workers of 4Wheel Elements (off-road add-ons supplier) will acquire the four-Doorway. Pro off-roaders Melissa Fischer and Cora Jokinen will spherical out the Bronco crew in a Bronco Sport Badlands.
Both the 2-Doorway and Bronco Sport will continue to be inventory for the rally, but the four-Doorway will be fitted with a bunch of add-ons from 4Wheel Elements. That only appears correct, as the Bronco is getting driven by gals who get the job done for the corporation. The only change the other Broncos will see is the removal of Ford’s Trail Maps and any designed-in navigation gear — section of the opposition is getting able to navigate by the proper route.
“The No. one obstacle at Rebelle is your navigation, but the terrain absolutely worries the cars and these competitive gals as well,” states Jovina Young, Bronco Sport marketing supervisor. “This is such a great celebration to showcase what Bronco and these gals off-roaders are able of in the harshest problems.”
The livery that you see on all a few cars is influenced by the Bronco 4600, which is a race Bronco that competes in the ULTRA4 off-road race series. This year’s Rebelle Rally kicks off in October, so glimpse for success around that time.