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2020 Ford Bronco : Everything you need to know

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Aaron Smith

Automotive Journalist March 13, 2020 at 01:13 PM
Recently, two leaked photos of the 2021 Ford Bronco went viral, in addition to the pre-existing images of the model on the web. Those two pictures furnish a detailed look at the off-road vehicle. These leaked photos made their appearance last night under the Bronco6G forum.

According to the images, the production of the vehicle will be in black with tires that are less aggressive than visible on the previously leaked images. The side image of the car makes it look similar to the Land Rover Defender; however, the front appears to be a completely different story altogether. 

The SUV appears to have a gentle hooded bulge that might be indicative of the massive engine. As per reports available on the web, it might have a turbo 2.7-liter V6 engine and 10-speed automatic transmission. 
Another significant difference between the previously released photos of the 2021 Ford Bronco and the newly emerged pictures is the appearance of handle pairs on the hood. Earlier images depicted these handles being on the fender.

Source: The Raptor Connection

 

According to a few experts, one of the plausible theories about the handles is that retro turn signals inspire them. The new images also show the large size of the mirrors, with 1/3rd indicative shots from the front depicting driver mirrors from an up-close distance.

From the pictures, we can also make out a top-less two-door prototype, instead of the emerging four-door prototypes. The revelation of this prototype's photos is visible on the Juggernaut Performance Facebook page. 

2020 Ford Bronco

The two-door prototype of the 2021 Ford Bronco trims to have an unrecognizable fender that is likely to compete with the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. The visible panel roof separation might mean the removal of a multi-piece hard-top in the upcoming two-door trims. 

The shorter body of the dual door trim also diminishes its ground clearance. However, the two-door models seem to have wheels and tires similar to the four-door trims. Bronco's styling element, which consists of the nose, crease, and flank, invokes resemblance to the original Ford Bronco trims. 

Unfortunately, the Future recently told the media that it is not sharing any comments on "speculations or future products." However, we are definite that the newly released pictures might resemble the actual car.  

Bronco specialists also disclosed that they would release more pictures at the Bronco 6G forum on Wednesday, March 18th, 2020. Also, in addition to the pre-existing features revealed on Instagram by the Raptor Connection, we can expect more upgraded features in the upcoming vehicle.

2020 Ford Bronco

The real pictures of the vehicle will float on the web by the end of this month. The company might also begin production by the end of the month. As a result, potential owners and reviewers might not have to wait long to compare the original SUV with the leaked pictures. 

Allegedly, Ford might cancel the introduction of this SUV at the Auto Show Circuit. The four-door off-roader is due to make an appearance before the two-door trim, known as the Bronco Sport, at the New York Auto Show. 
Reports suggest that Ford will name the models as Bronco Sports, keeping the Land Rover's SUV model nameplates in mind. Also, as per earlier reports, that Ford might re-use the Maverick nameplate for the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco.  

2020 Ford Bronco

An unfortunate event is no resonance of these nameplates in the European market, and there is a low chance of sale of these nameplates. However, the manufacturer has already used the Maverick nameplate for its past models. The first use of this nameplate was done in 1993 to 1999 Nissan Terrano II trims. The other usage of the Maverick nameplate was for the Escape European version. 

Additionally, the company needs to check fleet-wide CO2 emissions at all times in the European market to avoid hefty fines. Also, these are not mutually exclusive names for the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco trims. Furthermore, these models will be direct rivals of the Jeep Wrangler because Toyota stopped manufacturing the FJ Cruiser post-2014.

The company is also predicted to sell more than 200,000 Broncos in the coming year. Stay tuned for more information on Ford and news on its upcoming vehicles. 

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