Report: Bronco Pickup Scheduled For Production in July 2024

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Hoping the Bronco program is successful! Much luck to FORD!
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A shorter bed than the Gladiator? That sounds purely speculative at this point.

The Gladiator did become a very long vehicle, and I guess shortening the bed is one way to make it shorter. That leaves very little bed volume though.

I understand everyone's needs and wants are different, but for me, I want my pickup to have at least a 6 ft bed. Fortunately, I only occasionally carry rear passengers, so I can work with the extended / double cab models, and avoid the really long crew cab, 6ft+ bed models.
 

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" We can also probably expect to see some of the other Bronco SUV features that have been uncovered/confirmed appear on the pickup, including this available engine, an available hybrid powertrain, this reconfigurable top, and these removable doors. Like the Wrangler, the new Bronco SUV will also be available as a two-door version. "


what is the info on the " this reconfigurable top " - is this part of a leak that someone forgot to post ?
 

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finally some more confirmation!

2021 Bronco Sport (Q4 2020)
2021 Bronco (Q2 2021)
2022 Ranger (Q1 2022)
2023 Bronco “Raptor” (Q4 2022)
2023 Ranger Raptor (Q4 2022)
2023 Maverick (Q1 2023)
2024 Excursion??? (Q1 2024)
2025 Bronco Truck (Q4 2024)
2026 Bronco Truck “Raptor” (Q4 2025)

Thats a good looking lineup!
 
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damn. 4dr exclusively.
 

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Why? Ford doesn't need to add a truck to the Bronco Name. Isnt that what Ranger/F Series is for? The reason Jeep did it was because they don't have a Truck market at all.
rca does Have a Dakota coming out
 

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A shorter bed than the Gladiator? That sounds purely speculative at this point.

The Gladiator did become a very long vehicle, and I guess shortening the bed is one way to make it shorter. That leaves very little bed volume though.

I understand everyone's needs and wants are different, but for me, I want my pickup to have at least a 6 ft bed. Fortunately, I only occasionally carry rear passengers, so I can work with the extended / double cab models, and avoid the really long crew cab, 6ft+ bed models.
I feel like a single cab 6 bed would sell better but I could be 10000% wrong because people like the space
 

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Article dated July 15th?? Is this info to be released after the initial reveal?
 

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I feel like a single cab 6 bed would sell better but I could be 10000% wrong because people like the space
Every truck line I can think of has discontinued that cab & bed configuration, citing low sales.

After a few years off the market, there will be some pent up demand, but probably still a very small audience who would want that configuration.
 

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Ford needs a REMOVABLE BED for the Bronco. Connect it when you need it only. I guess the biggest issue would be the bumper / tail lights. Seriously, 95% of the time, most truck beds are EMPTY.
 

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Ford needs a REMOVABLE BED for the Bronco. Connect it when you need it only. I guess the biggest issue would be the bumper / tail lights. Seriously, 95% of the time, most truck beds are EMPTY.
So basically, a Bronco with a cargo trailer? lol
 
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