If the Ford Bronco SUV looks like this, then I’ll take two at once …

If the Ford Bronco SUV looks like this, then I’ll take two at once …

December 17, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Only a few months are left before the presentation of the revived American SUV. At the moment, there is very, very little official information about the long-awaited new product.

Next year, Ford will introduce us a completely new generation of the Bronco SUV, which was a true legend in the last century. Rumor has it that the serial version of the long-awaited new items can be shown to us in the spring of 2020, and despite this, it is unlikely to go on sale until the end of the year. We have already seen the Baja Bronco R – a version of the SUV, which was created specifically for participation in the rally race in the Baja desert (California) and this car has already given us an idea of ​​how the direct competitor of the Jeep Wrangler SUV will look.

Nonetheless, independent artists continue to present their vision of what the resulting revived American legend will be.

Specifically, this render created in a graphical editor was based precisely on the officially shown Bronco R, as well as on a rather well-known teaser photo published by Ford back in early 2018. Then by the way, it was overwhelmed that the legendary SUV will be shown in 2020. So, judging by this render, the new Ford Bronco will be much like its great-grandfather.

What we can say for sure about the production version of the American SUV is that the new Bronco will receive the same false radiator grille as the one created for the Bronco R rally. We also know that in size, the novelty will correspond to the current Jeep Wrangler, and should have roughly the same functions – removable doors and a soft-top roof. The car is expected to be built on the same platform on which the Ford Ranger mid-size pickup truck is based. Under its hood, there will most likely be a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 270 horsepower.

 Another version of the revived Bronco will also be presented. Using the basis of a compact crossover Ford Escape (from Kuga) with a square body shape, a compact SUV can be called Bronco Sport. Whether he appears before or after his “big brother” is still unknown.