When does the Bronco ride to Europe ?

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Hi , so my bigges question is , when will the Bronco appear in Europe. 3 years ago at the announcement it was announced as a worlwide car. And in my oppion , it has to be a worldwide car , the Wrangle is also sold wordlwide.

So does any one know somthing , i want one so hard.

Thank you have a nice day ✌





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Yeah - I'd like to know the braked towing capacity numbers for Europe or Australia ...
 

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I’ve emailed several people at Ford trying to find this out and nada! No answer, I’ll get one! Just don’t know if it’s going to be an official European car or and import?
 

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Grass is always greener eh!
I would kill to have some of the rigs you guys have access to.

Tell ya what - I'll trade my future Bronco for one of your early Defenders, deal? ?
 

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It will be in Europe by the time I get my first deployment after flight training, aka in 5-7 years when I bring it there. ?
 

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At launch at least, there are no plans to bring it to Europe. Don't know if that'll change longer term, though.

It might have to wait for a hybridized/electrified powertrain with European regulations.
 

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I watched a video of a Q and A session with Paul Wraith (the lead designer whom I believe is British) and one thing he mentioned is that they were able to do a lot of things with the design because they weren’t going to have to compromise for Euro restrictions. Sorry ?. I’ll try to find it again and link it.
 

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Not anytime soon if ever. It was not designed to meet European Union standards for tire coverage or pedestrian impact. If it is enough of a success I'm sure a euro version will be released eventually, but the front end will look significantly different.
 

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Ford is gunning for the Jeep and the Jeep sells around the globe. 50% of Jeep sales in Europe go to Italy and less than 5% to England. Ford has no choice but to extend the sales outside of the US but it has to establish the Bronco as a successful alternative to the Jeep in the Us first.
It is reasonable to assume that the largest Jeep markets in Europe will be the first to receive the Bronco.

Jeeps are made in several countries and given the demand for the Bronco in the US, Ford will be working hard to meet local demand for a few years. It is likely that Ford will produce Broncos for sale in Europe and elsewhere closer to the intended markets for obvious reasons including Tariff issues.

I don’t see how worldwide sales are possible in the next couple of years but Ford cannot compete with Jeep unless eventually they compete globally.

So Stay Calm and enjoy the Jimny for now??
 

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I watched a video of a Q and A session with Paul Wraith (the lead designer whom I believe is British) and one thing he mentioned is that they were able to do a lot of things with the design because they weren’t going to have to compromise for Euro restrictions. Sorry ?. I’ll try to find it again and link it.
That was the Motortrend one I believe.
 

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