How Long will the Bronco be in Production?

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Is anyone else wondering the same thing that I am......Usually for a brand new model there are so many years they will be produced- before changing the design, new, improved model, etc. With the strong coming of EV's and some manufacturer's announcing full change over to EV's relatively soon- will the Bronco production be short, then change to EV or stop? Is Ford too late in the game of gas powered engines to introduce this wonderful new Bronco? I am getting one and will be retiring in 5 years. This Bronco is my last new vehicle. If gas climbs so high it forces us to EV's, what will become of our Broncos and all gas engine cars? Will they be worthless that no one will want them or buy them due to skyrocketing gas prices? Is this even something to worry about and is anyone thinking about migrating to EV?





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People will still need dino fuel for generators, lawn tools, watercraft, etc....so yes price may go up, but they cannot just eliminate dino fuel...
 

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People will still need dino fuel for generators, lawn tools, watercraft, etc....so yes price may go up, but they cannot just eliminate dino fuel...
I would imagine that electric boats are a matter of time.
EV Bronco is 100% coming.

Eventually people will long for the last gas powered generation of Broncos and I will be there to fulfill that need.
 

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People will still need dino fuel for generators, lawn tools, watercraft, etc....so yes price may go up, but they cannot just eliminate dino fuel...
I still want dino fuel for my vehicles, but there's no reason to splash gas for lawn cutting anymore. Got these two for the small spots and the big spots, and when my gas trimmer and blower sh!t the bed, I'll go electric for those too. Look forward to it, actually.

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Great.. just think about places like Texas when the power goes out for days how well is your EV going to work . Big brother is always smarter than the commoners. Before you start I know there's nothing we can do about.
 
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I still want dino fuel for my vehicles, but there's no reason to splash gas for lawn cutting anymore. Got these two for the small spots and the big spots, and when my gas trimmer and blower sh!t the bed, I'll go electric for those too. Look forward to it, actually.

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My 1973 GE Electrak E-15 was a bit ahead of it's time...
 
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I still want dino fuel for my vehicles, but there's no reason to splash gas for lawn cutting anymore. Got these two for the small spots and the big spots, and when my gas trimmer and blower sh!t the bed, I'll go electric for those too. Look forward to it, actually.

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How's that Cub do? I have a LTX 50" cut (with the Kawasaki engine) 2 years old now, love it.
But I have a little over an acre of mow-able grass, so I wonder about the range/capacity...
 

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They have a ton in R&D, I would guess the current model will run 8 to 10 years with a minor refresh along the way (grill or bumpers). They will ride this puppy until it quits selling. The original went 11 years (66-77).
 

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due to skyrocketing gas prices
Why do you think there will be sustainable skyrocketing gas prices? This only comes into being in the US if the majority of voters here want it to happen, via taxes on the purchase of refined products. Crude oil is in abundance in the US. It is still one of the most cost efficient fuels around, and not expected to change. I can see major metropolitan cities putting limits on internal combustion engine vehicles being driven within certain zones through permitting, etc. But I don't see an outright ban on internal combustion engines in the US. There will continue to be niche producers of such vehicles.
 

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