Here is a new article featuring 5 predictions for the New Ford Bronco. These are of course based on the author’s own speculation as Ford has yet to even officially confirm the new Ford Bronco, but most of the list are reasonable predictions:
- It won’t have a V8
- It won’t be a Tahoe fighter
- It will be built in America
- It will be (mostly) four-wheel drive
- It will almost certainly have a Raptor version
Do you agree or disagree with these? Read more details and share your comments inside.
The Ford Bronco has always been a 2-door model, but with the 2020 Bronco’s sights set directly on competing with the Jeep Wranger (of which 4 door models constitute more than 70% of sales), should Ford stay true to the 2-door body style, go 4-door only, or try to cover the widest sales demographic and create both versions?
Share your opinion in our poll inside.
Have a look at our 2020 Ford Bronco renderings which provides a conceptual look at the 6th generation 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 2016 Chicago Auto Show kicked off this week and a statements made by Mark LaNeve, Ford Motor Co.’s vice president for sales, marketing and service, has set off a fresh round of speculation and buzz regarding a possible 2020 Ford Bronco reincarnation.
Ford Motor Company has confirmed that it will be offering 4 all-new sport utility vehicles to the Ford and Lincoln brand vehicle lineups in the “next few years” according to a report by the Detroit News.
Although the automaker would not confirm which vehicles or provide a more specific timeline, this news comes at a time when SUVs are expected to account for 40-percent of the U.S. auto market within the next four years.
The Detroit Free Press has reported that the UAW (United Auto Workers) union’s tentative agreement with Ford Motor Company, which calls for a $9 billion investment committed to its U.S. plants, includes a new Ford Ranger slated for 2018 and the revival of the Bronco nameplate for 2020.
Ford just filed a trademark for the “Bronco” name with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, giving us the strongest indication to date that Ford may have future plans to revive the Bronco nameplate.