Hold Your Horses... the Ford Bronco Rides Back into Town in 2020
To all you 4x4 lovers out there, Ford Motors confirmed at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show that America’s favorite getaway vehicle, the Ford Bronco will be riding back into town as a 4x4 midsize in 2020! But thats it. We literally learned more from their twitter account when they tweeted that it would be one of 5 all-new global utilities coming by 2020. That’s all Ford gave us except a concept picture that will eventually end up being a let down because the real thing never looks as cool as the vehicle that makes it to production.
I guess they expect us to hold our horses, but many resurrected Bronco fans are literally chomping at the bit. They did elude to the fact that it would be a “no-compromise midsize 4x4 utility for thrill-seekers who want freedom and off-road functionality, with the space and versatility of an SUV. It’s capable of conquering everything from you daily commute to gravel roads and boulders.” But what about a high speed chase?
Fun fact: The last year the Bronco was in production was in 1995 (releasing the 1996 Bronco), which is the same year OJ Simpson was acquitted of murder charges. Then Ford just stopped making them. Two events we’re sure have absolutely nothing to do with each other.
Ford also announced the resurrection of the 2019 Ford Ranger, to be built at the Michigan Assembly Plant. They also gave us a concept rendering, leaving us in anticipation. Truck tease.