Posted photo of the front of the SUV Ford Baby BroncoJanuary 2, 2020
The photo, which captures the front of the long-awaited American news, turned out to be on the Internet quite by accident and was soon removed from there. The shape of the headlights of the SUV is significantly different from what the larger version of the revived Bronco SUV will have.
Just a few hours ago, a photograph was published showing the design of the headlights of a new generation of the revived American SUV Ford Bronco. Now we have another interesting shot at our disposal. The photo gives us a pretty good idea of the false radiator grille of a smaller version of the revived Bronco SUV, which is surrounded by oval headlights. And I must say that they will not look like those rounded headlights that will get a larger version of the SUV.
How do we know that this is Bronco? Everything is simple, just such an inscription is located between the headlights on a horizontal bar.
Representatives of the American brand previously confirmed that the new generation of the off-road legend of the last century will be officially unveiled in the spring of next year, although they did not specify which of the two versions of the SUV will be shown first, and by the way it may well be that the automaker decides to show them at the same time. The reports indicate that first a smaller version of the Bronco will go on sale, well, and at the end of 2020, a more overall performance of the car will become available.
At the moment, there is no exact information about what the small version of the SUV will be called – Ford is unlikely to just call it “Baby Bronco” – the car is now known under that name. We heard rumors about using the names Bronco Scout or Bronco Adventurer.
It is known that a small version of the SUV will be built on the platform of the new generation of the Escape / Kuga crossover. That is, the car will receive the same 1.5-liter 180-cylinder turbocharged three-cylinder engine. (240 Nm), as well as a four-cylinder 2.0-liter installation for 250 hp (373 Nm). In the new Escape, these motors work with an 8-speed “automatic”.
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