New patents filed by Ford Motor Company may provide our first direct preview of the design and functionality of the 2021 Ford Bronco’s fully removable roof and roll cage!
If you followed the Ford Bronco R’s progress and result in the Baja 1000 race, as updated by our members, you’d know that the Bronco R was not able to finish the race, unfortunately. But, the positive takeaway is that the pre-production parts tested on the Bronco R prototype, “performed flawlessly. No engine or chassis issues.” according to Ford communications manager Mike Levine.
Does a recent BRONCO trademark filing submitted by Ford with the European Union Intellectual Property Office suggest that the Bronco is destined for the European market as well?
A member at sister-site Mach E Forum has blown the covers off on the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E days before you’re supposed to see it!
Ford has this morning officially announced [read announcement] the Mach E name for its first full performance EV, as well as dropping the bombshell that it will wear the Mustang name!
The 2021 Ford Bronco has everyone’s attention, including Ford’s competitors FCA and GM. How will they respond, if at all? FCA already has the Jeep Wrangler and rumor has it that GM is now mulling a return of the Hummer, in electric form of all things (quite the opposite to its gas-guzzling status symbol during the 2000’s).
Last weeks’ Ford Mach E spy pics revealed much of what to expect from the production model’s styling, but we’ve taken it all the way and peeled back the remaining camouflage digitally by working directly with the spy photos. What’s revealed underneath the camouflage is a handsome and sporty looking crossover hatchback which borrows (is inspired by) but does not steal (duplicate) the Mustang’s exterior styling.
Ford has just revealed a “Bronco R” race prototype which previews the heritage-inspired design and proportions we can expect to see on the 2021 Ford Bronco when it debuts next Spring!
A union document has revealed that bodies of the new Ford Bronco will be stamped at Dearborn Stamping — the same facility that stamps Ford’s aluminum truck bodies.
Today, Ford released a short video announcing that the new Ford Bronco world premiere will be in Spring 2020!