We have questions, and the possibilities are awesome.
Ford seems serious about making this a trail truck
It has a 190-mile range and is built on a restored Bronco chassis.
This year it will crank out 15 Broncos with an average price of $235,000.
Bronco prices continue to rise and someone bought this one for $291,000.
We find a gap in the camouflage.
Thanks to public patent records, there's a possible chance everybody will already know some of the best features of the upcoming Ford Bronco. Motor Trend recently found patent applications for removable doors, we found another set for half-doors, and after some additional digging, here's another that shows a possible cloth top option — that can be extended beyond the vehicle to serve as a canopy. The patent application, filed in Germany by Ford Global Technologies, shows 15 illustrations
And we look at beefy V8s for the 'Spend My Money' segment.
Patent paperwork details four different portals
Ford showed an early prototype to dealers last month.
It will sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Ford definitely doesn't want us to see what's lurking behind the camo.
The company also builds Toyota FJs and International Scouts.
Here's the game plan for the next 24 months.
The Ranger is reportedly good enough for some countries.
Plus more on Carlos Ghosn, Al Oppenheiser and classic Broncos.