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not here for that. Just wondering what’s every ones timeline.
1 Reveal. (July)
2 In person shows (August)
3 Dealership arrival (January/ April)

that’s my timeline
According to some over on Blue Oval, job #1 was anticipated around Dec before the whole virus thing, so this sounds about right. With a brand new model, "OK to buy" could take a while as well, pushing arrival to dealers to the end of that time frame.





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I can’t see it happening. Too soon. Detroit is getting hit hard right now. gonna Be more than 30 days from now I would think. I mean Detroit was 70 days from now.
Jeep doesn't seem to be wasting any time introducing a lot of new product. There's will be in production and we'll be waiting to see the Bronco. I think Ford needs to show it and get the build guides out there.
 

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Given ChrispyKC's placement in the dealership community, I expect he intentionally used of a period at the end of his sentence, making it a statement that there's no question about the timing he describes.
 

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@ChrispyKC Ford employee only release without reporters? Everyone is so strict about groups, so I'm guessing only a spokesperson type release with no crowd, no spectators. Any additional things to comment?
 

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Most people have probably forgotten the Bronco with all that's going on, so it's probably in Ford's best interest to wait several months so that the unveiling is closer to the now further delayed production and we don't have an NSX situation where the reveal and the release were so far apart that all the hype had died by the time they were finally in dealer showrooms.
It's becoming a nsx as they kept teasing it and we keep waiting and they kept teasing it. The NSX got so over hyped when they teased it for years for so long the hyped became larger than the NSX, right now the bronco is on its way if they don't reveal it in the first half of 2020, hell the hyped right before when it was supposed to drop was too high now we now I just want my damn bronco
 

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It's becoming a nsx as they kept teasing it and we keep waiting and they kept teasing it. The NSX got so over hyped when they teased it for years for so long the hyped became larger than the NSX, right now the bronco is on its way if they don't reveal it in the first half of 2020, hell the hyped right before when it was supposed to drop was too high now we now I just want my damn bronco
Yep. I've got Bronco blue balls right now. It'll happen. Eventually. Maybe. Perhaps
 

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How about a Zoom reveal.

2 weeks ago I had no idea what Zoom was and now everybody wants to use it fit everything. Might as well use it for the reveal.

If you don't know what zoom is - it's the flavor of the week for intern video conferences.
 

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It would seem the Reveal of the 2022 Bronco, if done online, hopefully, can still show a few shots of the Bronco in action. They could have one or to select media types that live close to the reveal drive there for the Live Event. Then the Ford PR people can do all the song and dance on Live Stream. This way the hype they hoped to build with the media only invite gets direct access to the public and further engages the end customers.

Simultaneously to the public Live Stream Reveal, the Ford Bronco website goes live so people can start building their Bronco. Simply have the standard legal disclaimers "All prices, specifications and equipment are subject to change without notice."

Short of this in the next month or two or three, there will be some number of people that give up waiting and go buy their Plan B vehicle. Meanwhile, Jeep will continue to pump out more and more models with "bold new graphics".
 

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I’ve decided to go with plan B, for now. I am purchasing a used 2019 Ecoboost Premium convertible that I will drive until we have a full model year of Bronco on the ground. I am not one for uncertainty, and traded my 2018 Edge Sport to my son for (early COVID induced) graduation. I’m now driving his Ford Escape Titanium, and, while a nice car, not what I want to roll around in for the unforeseeable future. Hopefully, I can re-enter the Bronco fray in late 2021 and pick up something after any first year model problems have been resolved. I look forward to hearing awesome reviews from forum members as they take delivery of their Broncos. Enjoy!
 

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Yep. I've got Bronco blue balls right now. It'll happen. Eventually. Maybe. Perhaps
I think the “bronco blue balls discussion” needs to have its own thread. I have them too. And now that @ChrispyKC sources dried up, I guess I need to look into that check engine light on the Golden Bullet minivan.
 

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