We found out last year that Ford plans to hybridize the next generation Ford Bronco and the automaker has just reconfirmed a hybrid variant will be offered for the 2021 Bronco.
Ford has just filed a trademark for the name “Bronco Scout” and its noted use will be for “land motor vehicles, namely passenger automobiles, pick-up trucks” and sport utility vehicles, among other things.
Last week brought a possible first look at the removable door design of the 2021 Bronco, and we may now have a first glance at the design patents for a retractable/removable cloth + mesh soft roof to work in conjunctions with the now confirmed removable top!
Removable doors for the 2021 Bronco was confirmed early this week, and we may now have the first glimpse at how innovative they might be.
Here is some exciting Bronco news to kick off your week! Details have leaked from a recent Ford dealer meeting where dealers were given a preview of the 2021 Bronco. Once again confirmed was that it will come in both two and four door versions.
But, dealers now also confirm that the Bronco design previewed to them looked retro with rectangular grille, round headlights and Bronco lettering stamped in the grille. Also confirmed were removable top and doors, which will be able to be stored in the rear cargo area!
Kumar Galhorta, Ford North America president, sat down today for a talk at the Automotive News World Congress, where he made comments about the next Ford Bronco.
A new report claims that the new Ford Bronco will not be introduced until 2020, possibly as a 2021 model year vehicle.
It’s a big Bronco news day, as we’ve just received a fascinating tip that the 2020 Ford Bronco will be just one (albeit the halo model) of an entire sub-brand of vehicles and one that encompasses the “Baby Bronco.”
A leaked image which comes by way of a Ford dealer meeting held in Las Vegas last month just gave us our first look at Ford’s upcoming new “Baby Bronco” but it also hides a secret tease of the 2020 Ford Bronco!
Off-Road.com first posted the images which it claims was found on a public area of Ford’s website which hosted pictures of the 2018 dealer meeting in Vegas, and the site claims these show the 2020 Ford Bronco.
This may seem like a silly question to ask to Ford enthusiasts, many who grew up in the muscle car era with a long love affair with V8-powered muscle, but what about for the 2020 Ford Bronco?
Ford is still years away from releasing its Ford Bronco revival, so it’s not too late to ask, and provide feedback on, whether you’d like to see Ford offer a V8 engine for the next Bronco. More importantly perhaps, for the company’s bean counters — how much would you be willing to pay for a V8 Bronco?
Let us know in this poll and join the discussion inside.