Photos of the revived SUV Ford Bronco 2020January 7, 2020
When creating this render, the artists used a photo on the Internet that captured serial headlights and a false radiator grille. An official presentation of the car is scheduled for the coming months.
In the last days of 2019, we saw a photograph on the Internet, on which a part of the front panel of the revived American SUV Ford Bronco was captured. From this picture we learned about the design of the headlights of the car – they will be similar to those used on the original model of the last century. At the same time, they will get modern features. Here’s how they will be arranged – a round main lamp combined with a vertical LED amber reflector on one side and a horizontal LED strip on the other. And between these same headlights is a large inscription Bronco. Now, a participant in the Bronco6G foreign forum decided to take the latest photos leaked into the Network and the available information about the appearance of the car and created on their basis an updated rendering of the Bronco 2021 model year.
According to him, he also used the appearance of the Bronco R – a version of the novelty that was used for racing in the desert.
Here’s what we know about the long-awaited receiver of an off-road legend of the last century. The new Bronco will receive front and rear axles and will have aluminum body panels. Under the hood, there will be a 2.3-liter turbo engine that generates 270 horsepower (420 Nm) in the Ford Ranger pickup. The only transmission available, at least initially, should be a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The official presentation of the revived Bronco SUV will take place in the coming months. The start of sales is scheduled for the end of this year. Starting price is about $ 35,000
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