Ford is headed back to the Rebelle Rally in 2021 with a whole host of Broncos and new motorists. In circumstance you haven’t heard of it in advance of, the Rebelle Rally is an all-women off-street rally event that usually takes area in excess of various times of grueling terrain. This year’s competition is taking area out west in the desert, setting up around the Hoover Dam and ending at California’s Imperial Sand Dunes.
Final calendar year, Ford was only able to bring the Bronco Sport to the party. Now that the massive Bronco is out, though, Ford has the two a two-Door Wildtrak and four-Door Badlands all set for competition. Qualified rally group Shelby Hall (driver) and Penny Dale (navigator) will pilot the two-Door, and workers of 4Wheel Components (off-street equipment provider) will choose the four-Door. Pro off-roaders Melissa Fischer and Cora Jokinen will round out the Bronco crew in a Bronco Sport Badlands.
Both of those the two-Door and Bronco Sport will remain stock for the rally, but the four-Door will be equipped with a bunch of equipment from 4Wheel Components. That only looks correct, as the Bronco is staying pushed by women who operate for the corporation. The only alter the other Broncos will see is the elimination of Ford’s Trail Maps and any crafted-in navigation tools — aspect of the competition is staying able to navigate via the right route.
“The No. 1 obstacle at Rebelle is your navigation, but the terrain certainly difficulties the autos and these competitive women too,” says Jovina Young, Bronco Sport marketing and advertising manager. “This is such a wonderful event to showcase what Bronco and these women off-roaders are capable of in the harshest conditions.”
The livery that you see on all 3 autos is inspired by the Bronco 4600, which is a race Bronco that competes in the ULTRA4 off-street race sequence. This year’s Rebelle Rally kicks off in Oct, so glance for final results all over that time.