Ford’s new extreme off-road racers inspired by Bronco

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Three new vehicles built for the King of the Hammers race in the U.S. telegraph iconic Bronco design cues.

Ford debuted three new specialty vehicles over the weekend in the King of the Hammers race, a grueling off-road competition about 150 miles northeast of Los Angeles in California’s high desert. The Bronco 440 series (named for the 440 Unlimited class in which it competes) features a custom-built tubular chassis, high-powered engine, and huge off-road tyres made to traverse some of the most difficult terrain in the world.

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