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We share with you our 2020 Ford Bronco renderings which provides a conceptual look at the 6th generation Bronco. For our concept Bronco, we fused styling elements from previous Bronco generations, the 2004 Bronco concept, and modern Ford trucks and SUVs. You can see the classic round headlights and square inset front grille evolved from the 1st gen Bronco, which was also showcased in the retro-futuristic 2004 Bronco concept. Our concept features a modern body on frame next generation Bronco that retains a tall, boxy, tough, no-frills design with a strong focus on utility and off-road capabilities. We fitted separate versions with different grilles, wheel fender shapes, varying ride heights, and cargo rack for some different looks.

The Ford Bronco is expected to make a return for the 2020 model year and will be a direct Jeep Wrangler competitor, with Ford planning to build a full-sized 6th generation Bronco at its Michigan Truck Plant in Wayne, Michigan. Our sources tell us that while Ford is in the early stages of planning, the company has purchased Wrangler Unlimited and Wrangler Unlimited Rubicons for benchmarking and is shooting for best-in-class capabilities, striving to exceed the JKU Rubicon's performance in certain trims of the Bronco 6G.

We think this design concept would represent a worthy successor to the storied Bronco nameplate. Let us know what you think!


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The 1st gen Bronco and 2004 Bronco Concept were two models used for inspiration when putting together our images, as well as elements from current Ford trucks and SUVs.


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I'll take the black one!!

Great job these look great. Tough and stylish looking but not too overstyled.
 

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Nice to finally see some real work put into a new Bronco rendering instead of ones that slap a cab over a F150's bed and calls it a Bronco. I agree with you guys did here and think that a 1st gen inspired front end would look damn good like it does here. Usually not a fan of circular headlight shapes like that but on an off road type of car it looks good and very utilitarian (reminds me of large fog lights).
 

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Those are some really great renderings. Really love the Blue one with the ford logo on the front. Lets hope that Ford can pull something out that looks as good as these renders.
 

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Would like to see more prominent fender extensions like on the concept but this would already be a worthy wrangler competitor. Love the built in winch :)

Good choice on the mean black one for the new site header
 

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Sweet. The dark ones look better than the white one but a white Bronco looks very natural after becoming an icon in history in that color.


Would like to see more prominent fender extensions like on the concept but this would already be a worthy wrangler competitor. Love the built in winch :)

Good choice on the mean black one for the new site header
I'd like to see big wheel fender trims too. I think its what makes the Jeep Wrangler look very different than other SUV's.
 

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Nice to finally see some real work put into a new Bronco rendering instead of ones that slap a cab over a F150's bed and calls it a Bronco. I agree with you guys did here and think that a 1st gen inspired front end would look damn good like it does here. Usually not a fan of circular headlight shapes like that but on an off road type of car it looks good and very utilitarian (reminds me of large fog lights).
Agreed. This looks more like a Bronco should than other photoshops ive seen. Losing the corporate front end/grill is a good thing. The Bronco should be totally unique in purpose and style.
 

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You say right in the description that Ford's going after the Wrangler, yet this rendition doesn't have a removable top???

For me, if top comes off, money comes out.
 

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Great job on these! agreed a removable top version would be awesome. If they really wanna go after the Wrangler it better not be hard top only.
 

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I like how you went retro with the front end that definitely reminds me of the very first Broncos, but the car still manages to look modern and cool.
 

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I have to agree with both 71BroncoSport and Moniturr, hopefully Ford will also do a removable top version as well as one like the 2004 Bronco.
 

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Hi Bronco crew. I registered an account here just to tell the Admins and whomever created this thing how amazing it is. If Ford isn't watching, they're foolish. You've nailed this one, guys. Fucking bravo, seriously.
 

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Great job on renderings. I'd like to add some data that of course Ford will use as well.

The Wrangler that this would be targeting is now sold in a 4 door. The Bronco II, the S10 Blazer (and siblings), the 2 door Explorer, heck, even most (not all) of the small 2 door pickups are no longer in production, instead being replaced by 4 door vehicles. While the Bronco was always a 2 door, I'd think they might consider a 3rd or 4 doors, rear hinged (suicide doors) similar to the doors the Ranger and F150 had on them. Much easier access to the rear seat which gives it wider buyer appeal.

You don't show it, but I'd say a 2 piece tailgate; glass flipping up, door dropping down. Creates a table/work space, seating, shelf, etc.

A Lightning / SVT version. Lowered, street tires, no rack, no winch, body colored door hinges, bigger brakes, sportier appearance, maybe even a working hood opening with the plumbing to the airbox. The stock one, if built today, would likely be the 3.5 V6, optional for the 3.5 EcoBoost V6. For a performance, maybe up it to the 2.7 EcoBoost V6 from the Lincoln lineup. I doubt they will give these a V8 option.
 

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