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The sixth-generation Ford Bronco was already designed to go off-road as a mid-size SUV, but Illinois-based Maxlider Brothers Customs wanted to take the vehicle to a whole new level. So, they are building a six-wheeled version that will set you back a hefty $399,000 USD. No performance modifications have yet been revealed, but straight from the factory it can come equipped with a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 generating 310 hp and 400 lb⋅ft of torque, mated to either a 10-speed automatic or 7-speed Getrag manual transmission. Read more for additional pictures.
Optional factory equipment includes a terrain management system, also known as G.O.A.T Modes (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain), which calibrates throttle response, four-wheel drive, traction control, and transmission shifts to maximize traction when off-roading. There are up to seven modes are available with this system: Normal, Eco, Sport, Slippery, and Sand, along with Baja, Mud and Ruts, and Rock Craw. Trail One-Pedal Drive might be the most useful, as it automatically applies and holds the brakes when the driver lifts off the gas pedal, removing the need for left-foot braking and preventing unexpected rollbacks.
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