Mark your calendars, folks. The an Instagram post on Saturday.will finally make its long-awaited debut on Thursday, July 9, the automaker confirmed in
The Bronco was originally scheduled to debut in April, and Ford had even issued invitations for media to attend the big event. Thepandemic put the kibosh on those plans, however, and while Ford maintained , a summertime debut on July 9 is now official.
Of course, thanks to Ford Ranger, but we’ve heard a turbo V6 is also a possibility. A is in the cards, too., we have a pretty good idea of what to expect when the 2021 Bronco shows its face. We know the SUV will have a , and the Bronco will be available in two- and four-door variants. Power will likely come from the 2.3-liter turbo I4 engine found in the
In addition to the standard Bronco, there will be a second, smaller model, the Bronco Sport. While the big-boy Bronco should use body-on-frame architecture, it’s rumored the Bronco Sport will use a unibody platform shared with other Ford vehicles.
Ford first confirmed the return of the Bronco nameplate at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, so to say we’ve been waiting for this for a while would be a huge understatement. We’ll have all the details on July 9.
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