Videos of the Bronco offroad in mud park

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Interesting. Nice that it's finally hi-res. Looks like they're using individual wheel braking to tighten the corner radius on some of those turns.


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Found it!



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jimbo92 found it

This button:
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Looks like this to me:



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And while I'm at it... around the 24-25 second mark, while making a turn the driver's side tire locks up. Is that just a standard limited slip? Please excuse my stupidity at this point in time. Almost makes it look like FWD, just stood out to me.
It's traction control. We talked about it somewhere some time ago but I can't find it. Toyota does it.
 

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And while I'm at it... around the 24-25 second mark, while making a turn the driver's side tire locks up. Is that just a standard limited slip? Please excuse my stupidity at this point in time. Almost makes it look like FWD, just stood out to me.
Jut watched and that stood out to me, as well. It looked as though the rear wheel/tire was locked electronically facilitate the tight turn. Perhaps this is a steering wheel full lock induced aid when in a particular off road setting. Rivian, a ford partner, utilizes a more dynamic system essentially allowing the electric truck to turn in "tank mode" as a tank or skid steer does, reversing one side and powering the other. So, maybe Ford did what it could by simply locking one side of the rears, as wheeled tractors do.
 
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That was most definitely a form of Toyotas turn assist. Awesome! That'll be great for tight trails.
 

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This was posted earlier today, also. Finally something longer than 15 seconds.

Yep, that's what I posted in other thread, which got moved to this thread. Sits on Page 2 now. The other guys were trying to explain to me the turn assist that we noticed at the 24 second mark. Interesting I thought. Now all we need is the reveal and they can give us more videos of it off road.
 

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this looks decently promising. especially that short very vertical climb out the ditch. and the turn lock up is nice. I had to install two parking brakes and twin stick the t-case on mine to do that.
 

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Where was this posted? I don't see it on any of their accounts?
 

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This turn assist and turn lockup is something I’m not familiar with can anyone explain?
 

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This turn assist and turn lockup is something I’m not familiar with can anyone explain?
There’s a video From Toyota right above your post a few posts up explaining it
 



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