2020-2021 Ford Bronco Four-Door Concept Rendering

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Anyone else digging this rendering? I like it. Not sure if this was supposed to be a rendering of the baby bronco or the big one but I'd go for a good size version of this with better gas mileage than my 2010 F-150. If ford is in fact making a Bronco family of vehicles I'm interested in seeing what kinds and how many models will come of it.
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Based on what we know so far, it will look almost nothing like that.
 

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Kinda looks like an updated Excursion.
 

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Is it really that far fetched to think the baby bronco might looks somewhat like what I posted? I can see a little of the leaked photo from the Ford event in it. Just saying I'd rather have something like what I posted vs something like this
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Is it really that far fetched to think the baby bronco might looks somewhat like what I posted? I can see a little of the leaked photo from the Ford event in it. Just saying I'd rather have something like what I posted vs something like this
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We've seen the dealer leaked image and we've seen the body in the factory and it looks like this render is pretty much spot on as far as the Baby Bronco is concerned.
 

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Anyone else digging this rendering? I like it. Not sure if this was supposed to be a rendering of the baby bronco or the big one but I'd go for a good size version of this with better gas mileage than my 2010 F-150. If ford is in fact making a Bronco family of vehicles I'm interested in seeing what kinds and how many models will come of it.
2020-ford-bronco-2.jpg
Sorry my dude, not trying to hate but I find that render hideous. It’d be Jeep time or new stang time for me
 

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We've seen the dealer leaked image and we've seen the body in the factory and it looks like this render is pretty much spot on as far as the Baby Bronco is concerned.

The silver SUV is just a new Defender that somebody modified.
 

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things are shaping up with more ideas on the design outside, the inside, the power plant and drive train are the mysteries.....don't you love the suspense!!
 

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don't have a clue if you're spot on or not..but here's some info from BOF: "Bronco is going to have a much shorter wheelbase than the Wrangler, that means the rear door is going to go over the rear wheel dogleg. If that feature is not right, then the rest of the CGI gets messed up."
 

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don't have a clue if you're spot on or not..but here's some info from BOF: "Bronco is going to have a much shorter wheelbase than the Wrangler, that means the rear door is going to go over the rear wheel dogleg. If that feature is not right, then the rest of the CGI gets messed up."
That's interesting. I love the maneuverability and general fun of my 2 door Jeep TJ and CJs. My 1970 81" wheelbase CJ5 was like a go-kart, so much fun. It could maneuver anywhere on trails, and could park on a dime, fitting into any spot in the city.

But my interest in a new Jeep JLU or Ford Bronco, is mainly the 4 door versions. Because longer wheelbase 4 doors would give my family of 4 more room and better longer driving capability (getting to off-road trails). Something my old shorter wheelbase trucks are lacking. If Ford is able to pull off a 4 door version, while minimizing the length of the vehicle, that would be cool in my book.
 











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