The 2020 Ford Bronco is a confirmed to be coming back onto the market. Ford will be making this happen by investing an incredible $700 million into their assembly plant in Michigan. The plant will be renovated in order to accommodate their large-scale production of not only the 2020 Bronco, but other models as well. Ford is making the transition in order to compete with other auto manufacturers who are releasing smaller trucks into the market – a move that is doing quite well.
2020 Ford Bronco – New Design and Style
For a long time, Ford was competing with Chevy for sales in the same market. Ford did quite well with its Bronco, while Chevy was making sales happen with its version of the Blazer. It was fairly successful and sold well in its heyday. Ford finally has recognized the value of their 2-door SUV model and is aiming to rejuvenate not only its market but its customer base and sales with a future release of a brand new version for consumers. There are still fans of the model out there, and Ford has been tapping into the interest as well as the nostalgia of former owners for the Bronco.
So how long has it been since it was on the production line? The last time that it was officially produced by Ford was in 1996. That’s nearly twenty years ago even. That may seem like a long time ago, but it’s long enough that Ford can capitalize on its absence. The Bronco was a fan favorite, but was ultimately replaced by the more spacious Expedition model. Since then, it has not been officially produced and has been reduced to a few remaining models hitting the road (and the used car market).
2020 Ford Bronco – Release Date and Fuel Economy
The 2020 Ford Bronco is promised to release sometime in 2019, although it may see an earlier start time on the lots, according to rumors. The new model is designed in a bid to corral the popularity of large-scale vehicles while still capitalizing on MPG, with high horsepower and decent mile to the gallon ratings off setting some of the size of this vehicle. Experts predict that it will have a powerful engine that will make acceleration no problem, while still maintaining reasonable gas consumption. In this, Ford hopes to differentiate the 2020 Bronco from other car companies’ large and expensive gas guzzlers, such as the Hummer. The 2020 Ford Bronco model is likely to return so many of the qualities that made it popular in the first place.
2020 Ford Bronco – Conclusion
It’s likely that the 2020 Ford Bronco will probably be based on designs from the 2004 concept. As you can see from the pics this concept from 2004 is still very attractive and we can expect pretty much the same design. It is too early to speak about prices and powertrain. We will just mention that 2004 Bronco concept was powered with 2.0-liter turbodiesel I4 engine. This engine is paired with 6-speed manual transmission. Also it is important to mention that these concept has 4WD system.
We are not shure will this still be 2-door SUV. Personally I wouldn’t want to see 4-door version, but we can’t exclude such a possibility.
Regardless of features, this company has every reason to reward its customers with a revamped 2020 Ford Bronco model that keeps what works and ditches what doesn’t.