The Ford Bronco is coming back. Ford confirmed the return of the legendary off-road SUV at the Detroit Auto Show in 2017, and we expect the 2020 Bronco will make its debut there next January.
Brace yourselves, off-roading fans. If the release of the new 2019 Ford Ranger wasn’t exciting enough, Ford is bringing back the legendary Bronco for 2020. Even though production ended over 20 years ago, the Ford Bronco has remained one of the best off-roading vehicles.
The New Ford Bronco Is Coming for 2020. At the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, Ford officially confirmed the Bronco will return in 2020 as a midsize off-road 4x4. By Bob Sorokanich.
The Ford Bronco is back by popular demand. The iconic SUV was one of the world’s leading 4x4 vehicles for three decades, from the mid-sixties until the mid-nineties. This new generation Bronco boasts the latest in smart technology and a bold new look while remaining true to its rugged roots.
2020 Ford Bronco Is Confirmed Tweet Pin It In 1996, The Craft was hot at the box office, The Incredible Hulk was an animated TV show, Slash officially left Guns N’ Roses, and the final model of the iconic Ford Bronco rolled off the assembly line.
Expect the new Ford Bronco to borrow heavily but not overtly from the new 2019 Ranger midsize pickup, which will be built on the same Wayne, Michigan, production line as the Bronco.
The new Bronco needs to walk a very fine line: It must live up to its rugged reputation while successfully differentiating itself from Ford’s current SUV lineup. One way to do that is to come ...
Ford made the announcement at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show: The Bronco is returning in 2020, a year after the new Ranger mid-size truck. Yeah, we already knew that, but it was nice to hear all the same.
Ford plans to bring four or even five new utilities in the next few years, and 2020 Ford Bronco is a part of this plan. The thing that will especially delight the fans of the company and this model is the fact that the new SUV will be produced in Wayne Assembly Plant in Michigan.
08/29/2017 UPDATE: It has been a great deal of fuss lately over the revival of Bronco’s nameplate.From 2004 concept, Ford’s open statements about it, rumors coming from all possible sides, teasing video, to first spy shots.