2020 Ford F150 Concept
2020 Ford F150 Concept The Ford Bronco is coming back. Ford has confirmed the legacy of the off-road SUV at the Detroit Auto Show in 2017, and we expect the 2020 Bronco to be there for next January. Of course, Ford did not publish much details about the 2020 Bronco except for the image of a teaser, but we know it is based on the 2019 Ranger earlier this year.
Here we have included everything we hear about the new Bronco, details we can find from the guards. The last generation was based on the Bronco F-150, but Ford product manager Joe 2020 said it would endure the new Ranger. Someone claiming to be a Ford designer in Reddit said the Bronco would look like Everest, a competitor-based SUV sold in other markets.
The former Ford chief technical officer Raj Nair, however, contradicted this assertion — he said the new Bronco was going to be a unique vehicle, not a revamped Everest. On the order of magnitude, he said that we expect something smaller than the original Bronco, but bigger than the Bronco II of the 80s. And if you worry, the new Bronco will be an exploited explorer, not his. “He has an idea what the Bronco should be,” he followed. Of course we have an idea of what the Bronco should be, and we will be happy to present it to our customers.
We will not be surprised if Ford shares its new Bronco engine and transmission offerings with Ranger since sharing a platform. For the US market, the new Ranger has a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder product derived from the focus RS. Ford has not released detailed technical specifications for the Ranger engine, but has confirmed that it will be equipped with 10-speed automatic. Ford, however, said that in the 2018 quarter results, the Bronco will somehow have hybrid power transmission.
The presumed Ford designer on Reddit said that the Bronco would get an off-road version to take over the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. That matches Nair’s assertion that the Wrangler will be the main competitor of the Bronco. As for a raptor, this is anyones guess. Ford makes a Ranger Raptor, which is sold only in the Asia-Pacific markets. Ford Performance boss Jamal Hameedi, a Rapporteur, has decided that the launch of Ranger Raptor is no luck, so there can be hope for the Bronco.
Unfortunately, we also heard that Ford is not planning to build a two-door Bronco. As much as we want to see this relapse on the original, it’s probably much too niche for Ford. We know, however, that it will have a removable roof. So this is encouraging. We also heard that the Bronco could get fixed axles at the front and back. Dana, the same company that manufactures the modernized axes for the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, recently said that it will supply drive components for the Bronco and Ranger.
2020 Ford F150 Concept
Interestingly, as Jalopnik first discovered, it seems as if Ford’s 2004 Bronco concept will make an appearance in Dwayne “The Rock ” Johnson’s upcoming film, Rampage, which will be due next spring. Although we do not expect the production Bronco to look like this, the inclusion in the film probably has something to do with the partnership of Ford with the rock. In other words: the fact that the rock INSTAGRAMMT is not a coincidence.
The basic price of the Bronco should be around $30,000, which is similar to the 2018 Wrangler Unlimited. Not yet approved, but we would be shocked if the 2020 Bronco Nun was not shown at the Detroit auto show next year. See this room in January 2019.