Every last bit of use was squeezed out of this Bronco II.
Ford is brining the Bronco back in 2020, and as part of its larger mission to take the fight to Jeep directly, the Baby Bronco will compete with the company's smaller offerings, like the Renegade and even, to a lesser degree, the Subaru Crosstrek. But what will it look like? Ford released a dark teaser image when it announced the Baby Bronco, and we put our artist to the task of bringing it into the light.
When a new, 2020 Ford Bronco was announced, there wasn't much information beyond that to go on. Of course, Ford had produced a wild Bronco concept in 2004 (below), a very boxy vehicle that struck a nerve with those that missed the last full-size Bronco Ford sold. That was discontinued less than a decade before that concept hit the show scene. But it appeared to have little influence on future product, and until the 2017 Detroit Auto Show's reveal of the Bronco logo and launch date, it was safe t
Ford Motor Co. is giving its SUV lineup a shot of adrenaline, confirming plans to add a smaller off-road vehicle to complement the upcoming Bronco and a sporty Explorer ST model. The company also teased the much-anticipated Shelby GT500 and Bronco in renderings released Thursday.
2020 Ford Bronco should stay tough, like the ageless Toyota 4Runner.
Some Ford car nameplates will go away.
Simpson may beat the Bronco to market by year.
Our friends at Bronco6G have released a number of new high-resolution Bronco renderings. While we can hope that a two-door version makes it to production, we fully expect the volume seller to be a four-door variant.
We have leaked footage of the highly anticipated Ford Bronco. This is a first look at the return of an SUV icon. What an amazing way to kick off April!
The improvements will also bring 130 new jobs.
We're still not sure what's under the hood, but we're happy to speculate.
The trail will get a little more crowded in 2020.
On this episode, we cover the highlights from Detroit, discuss what we're driving, and spend your money.
We knew they were coming, but now it's official.
Next year is shaping up to be a great one for cars, SUVs, and trucks. Here's what has us excited.
We're looking forward to saying g'day to the Bronco in 2020.