Ford is already working with Yakima to develop accessories which will be available at the launch of the 2021 Ford Bronco. It’s expected that the Yakima parts lineup available will be strong, just as it was for the launch of the 2019 Ranger pickup.
It appears we won’t be seeing a Bronco Scout, which was previously speculated to be the name of the “baby Bronco” upon discovery of Ford’s trademark for this moniker.
Ford has filed nine door related patents recently, some of which we may see on the 2021 Bronco. These are the patents filed so far. Which do you think we’ll see on the Bronco?
New Ford patents have come to light showing removable doors and an airbag system to work with removable doors. The vehicle depicted is a generic off-road SUV with removable roof and doors, so while they don’t give away the upcoming 2021 Bronco’s actual styling, these patents likely showcase features that Ford is considering or has already planned for the 2021 Bronco.
Ford has been busy filing trademarks associated with the upcoming 2021 Bronco and the latest to appear on the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)’s website is “Bronco Big Bend,” which was just filed on July 25, 2019.
This joins other recent trademark filings for “Bronco Outer Bank,” “Bronco Sport,” and “Bronco Scout.” All this trademark activity bodes well for potentially several models, trims and/or packages for the Bronco!
Let us know inside what you think the Bronco Big Bend and Outer Bank will be.
Could Ford be working on a Bronco pickup truck after it introduces the Bronco SUV next year? The answer is yes, if the latest rumors from Automobile are to be believed.
New insider information passed along to our friends at TFLCar echoes much of the whispers we have received over the last year about the 2021 Ford Bronco.
As we previously learned, the 2021 Ford Bronco will offer a 2.3-liter engine option, which has now been further confirmed by a parts leak from a Canadian Tire store.
Is a surprise full-size two-door Bronco coming?! That’s the speculation resulting from this just-spied Ford mule of a vehicle that’s certainly not currently in existence — a short-cab, short-bed F-150 in Raptor guise.
Automobile Magazine published a great article about lessons the 2021 Ford Bronco can learn from the success of the Toyota FJ Cruiser.