Ford has decided on the timing of the debut of the new BroncoJune 5, 2020
The revival of the Ford Bronco, which was announced back in 2017, was supposed to happen this spring, but a coronavirus infection intervened in the plans: it was expected that the SUV would be presented at an auto show in New York, but it was noted in connection with the pandemic.
Until now, there was no information about the new dates for the demonstration, but now on Thursday, June 4, the company updated its own web portal, and on the page dedicated to the new product, it was noted that the world debut will take place in July of this year.
Coronavirus delayed both the premiere and the release of the new Bronco. However, in mid-May, the manufacturer confirmed that the start of deliveries to auto dealers in the United States is still scheduled for next year.
As the debut on the Internet approaches, rumors of an SUV increase. There is also talk of a 7-speed manual transmission, an infotainment complex from the new F-150 and the “charged” Bronco Raptor, which will receive a 450-horsepower V6 engine.
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