FCA and GM are ready to compete with the Ford Bronco SUVNovember 13, 2019
Despite the fact that next spring Ford will present a serial version of its iconic Bronco SUV, which at one time was very popular on the market, representatives of the FCA and GM concern do not see a great competitor in the appearance of the car to their models.
The Ford Bronco SUV was once a very, very serious competitor in the market. And as everyone has long known, in the near future, the American brand is going to introduce a completely new version of this model. The presentation may take place next spring. It is logical to assume that the return of the off-road legend of the last century may cause many automakers to worry about the fact that buyers will prefer the new Ford Bronco to their models.
But no, so far there has not been much concern from manufacturers of similar models.
At least representatives of the Italian-American concern Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, as well as General Motors have not yet shown the appearance that they are concerned about the return of the off-road legend from Ford. Both of them almost unanimously declare that they are looking forward to the official presentation of the new Bronco, and now they are 100% busy with the further development of their own SUVs.
Ford representatives talk about the new version of Bronco as a proven off-road monster that has a frame structure. The car will be offered in two- and four-door versions with a retro design, including the iconic rectangular grille and round headlights. Ford has already filed several applications with the patent office, according to which it is clear that the novelty will indeed have impressive off-road capabilities.
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