Car transporter with SUVs Ford Bronco caught fireFebruary 1, 2021
These are pre-production models of Ford vehicles. The photographs show very serious damage to the cars – it’s not a fact that they can be restored.
On the territory of the United States, two Ford Bronco SUVs got into a very unpleasant situation – while moving on a car transporter, they caught fire and received very serious damage. Photos from the scene on Sunday, January 31, are shared by the Bronco6g portal.
We are talking about pre-production versions of cars, since the production of cars for customers will begin in May this year. At the same time, there was no spontaneous combustion of the Ford Bronco SUVs themselves – upon a detailed study of the images, it can be concluded that the source of the fire was an auto transporter van. According to one of the versions, the accident occurred due to a malfunction of the brakes.
Both burned-out Bronco’s are off-road versions – the red one has the Wildtrak trim level, and the black one gets the Badlands rendition.
Most likely, both cars were heading to the proving ground for testing. The first Ford Bronco is planned to be handed over to customers in June this year.
Earlier, Ford talked about its new Bronco SUV rental services. Interestingly, renting a Bronco SUV will be cheaper than a Bronco Sport modification. Although the cost of the latter is cheaper.
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