Ford Bronco

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Couple of different renders out on the web, this my favorite.

"To kick off the year of the next-gen Bronco debut, our artist friend and Bronco6G user created these beautiful 3D models of what the 2-door 2021 Bronco could look like in different colors and top configurations - based on input, the Bronco R prototype, and some practical creativity."


In this new series of renders, the 2020 Bronco looks spot on. The front fascia incorporates the design of the leaked headlights, which are integrated into a massive grille with Bronco lettering separating the two clusters. As previously reported, the doors and portions of the roof would be removable on the revived SUV, and these new virtual drawings propose a very plausible look when some of the exterior components are removed.

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2021 Ford Bronco Sport: This Is It

The very first undisguised photos of the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport—the “mini Bronco”—have leaked onto the online forum bronco6G.com. Here’s our very first look at Ford’s competition for the Jeep Renegade.

A Jalopnik reader sent us these screenshots of a forum post on bronco6g.com, though the photos appear to have been deleted from that thread and put onto the Bronco Sport Forum. The screenshots from our reader show details of the highly-anticipated mini-Bronco that we’ve never seen before in any spy photographs of the prototype vehicles.


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2021 Ford Bronco: This Is Probably It

Man, someone better call the internet plumber, because today has been a leaky, leaky day, especially from our pals at Ford. First the 2021 Baby Bronco, and now here we go with the full-size, Big Daddy Bronco, in all its undisguised glory. The leak is from another Bronco forum this, time, appropriately called FullSizeBronco. It looks pretty great, I think. Of course, if this is actually it.

We’ve seen plenty of disguised shots of the Bronco before, and even some details, like the headlight assembly, but this is really the first time we’ve seen everything, in all its naked glory.

It has the old-school Bronco look, with definite visual quotes in a number of places, but nevertheless looks and feels quite modern. It’s also a full soft-top, possibly with doorframes and maybe a rollbar in there as well, which puts it firmly in the Wrangler-fighting ring.

The front grille and light assembly certainly fits in with the light unit we saw earlier, and it looks like the BRONCO badging up front mid-grille may be illuminated as well. It’s hard to tell because of the low photo quality, so it could just be reflective.


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Ford Cancels The Bronco Press Preview Event Due To You Know Why

The COVID-19 Coronavirus, a virus genetically engineered by a consortium of HOA presidents dedicated to the total and complete destruction of fun on Earth, has claimed another victim: Ford’s press event to debut the new 2021 Ford Bronco. As of press time, Ford has not picked a new date for the event.

The event was going to be known as the Bronco Brand Immersion and would have included a comprehensive technical briefing. I bet we would have written all kinds of fascinating stories about it! But now, I guess we won’t.

 

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Ford confirms new Bronco family will include three distinct body styles!

Ford has released a fresh teaser video confirming its new Bronco family will comprise three distinct body styles.

The Blue Oval brand says the all-new Bronco line-up will include a two-door Bronco, a four-door Bronco and a new “small SUV” called the Bronco Sport.

The new, retro-styled SUV, which is scheduled to be officially revealed on 13 July, will ship standard with 4x4 as well as an “exclusive” terrain management system. The newcomer is also set to feature “unique Bronco-variant architectures with class-leading levels of capability and suspension technology”.

“Rugged vehicles are in our heritage and we see strong growth opportunities with this ever-more popular segment,” said Kumar Galhotra, Ford president for the Americas and International Markets Group.



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any possibility of RHD based models? sure some people would love this.
we did get the Hummer, and that was a American car.
 

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New Ford Bronco 4x4 to be revealed tonight, image leaks out

First official shot of rugged reborn 4x4 icon appears online ahead of reveal tipped for 1am UK time

Ford is finally set to reveal the long-awaited rebirth of the Bronco name tonight, but the first official reveal image has leaked online in advance.

Published over the weekend on the Bronco6G fan forum, the image tallies with a previous leaked shot by a Ford insider at one of its US facilities. This time, we can see the two-door model, featuring the same bluff front end but a significantly shorter body and wheelbase. It also features a Jeep Wrangler-style removeable roof.

Ford has confirmed the car's reveal time will be 8pm Eastern Daily time, which is 1am BST. Like most reveals during the pandemic it will be a wholly online affair, streamed across Disney TV channels ESPN, ABC and National Geographic.

Earlier this year, a four-door Bronco was leaked alongside its smaller, more road-focused sibling; the Bronco Sport. The leak stemmed from another forum post, with the images seemingly taken on a smartphone by somebody deep within Ford's US facilities.


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Ford Bronco 2-door

Ford unveiled the 2021 Bronco - including a classic two-door and first-ever four-door - the flagship of an all-new family of rugged off-road vehicles.

The all-4x4 Bronco brand is Built Wild™ and ready to deliver thrilling experiences with its heritage-inspired style, engineering and smart off-road technology, plus innovative features to help outdoor enthusiasts create adventures in the most remote corners of the world.

"We created the Bronco family to elevate every aspect of off-road adventure and equipped them with class-leading chassis hardware and exclusive technologies to raise the bar in the rugged 4x4 segment and take people further into the wild," said Jim Farley, Ford chief operating officer. "They're built with the toughness of an F-Series truck and performance spirit of Mustang - and come wrapped in one of the most stunning and functional off-road designs that's true to the original Bronco design DNA."

The all-new Bronco re-enters the scene with an all-4x4 lineup with production beginning in early 2021 and first models arriving in Ford dealerships in spring 2021. Bronco owners can choose from an extensive lineup of more than 200 factory-backed accessories for maximum personalization, enabling dealers to provide outfitting-on-demand for each customer's individual adventure needs.


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Ford Bronco Sport

The all-new Ford Bronco Sport off-road vehicle - the Bronco of small SUVs - signals for adventure-seekers a welcome return to roads and trails less traveled.

With unmistakable Bronco styling and unrelenting Bronco capability, the smaller sibling of Bronco two-door and first-ever four-door SUVs joins the family with its own idea of fun. As with all Broncos, 4x4 is standard, and this rugged SUV is engineered to handle whatever weekend adventure its owner has in mind.

"Bronco Sport has the toughness and smarts to help turn off-road novices into 4x4 pros," said Hau Thai-Tang, Ford chief product development and purchasing officer. "Bronco Sport embraces the needs of outdoor enthusiasts - every inch of it was designed and engineered with weekend adventurers in mind."

Ford Bronco Sport is smartly designed to transport two mountain bikes standing up in its cargo area - and two cyclists up front. Four available accessory bundles - in addition to more than 100 factory-backed standalone accessories - let owners easily make the vehicle their own by outfitting it to transport kayaks, skis, camping equipment or whatever gear propels their adventure.

Five trim levels are available, including the base model, Big Bend™, Outer Banks™, Badlands™ and First Edition™.

Reservations for Bronco Sport are open; vehicles can be reserved for $100. Vehicles arrive in dealerships in late 2020.


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Alex on Autos first look at the 2021 Bronco


Alex on Autos first look at the 2021 Bronco Sport

 
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