According tomedia reports, the new Ford Bronco debut was previously postponed due to a new crown outbreak, and then unfortunately postponed again on O.J. Simpson’s birthday. It’s only a week before the car’s release. Today, Ford revealed some information about the new cars of the future. It is reported that the car will bring three models, including a two-door fun with a removable roof, a long and sturdy four-door model and some kind of Bronco crossover.
Just as it will face off against the Jeep Shepherd, the Ford Bronco originated in World War II-era military vehicles. Ford built the first SUVs under contract with the U.S. Army, providing about 270,000 sturdy, small GENERAL Motors (GP) vehicles. After the war, GI, who returned to the United States, began buying an extra GP in search of a rugged car.
1966 Ford Bronco
But Ford’s research showed that buyers found military cars too small to drive uncomfortably on a daily basis, so the carmaker developed a more comfortable consumer-grade 4×4 and launched the 1966 Bronco as a brand new sport utility vehicle in 1965. Just four years later, the Broncos helped Rod Hall and Larry Minor to a comprehensive victory in the Baha’i 1000 cross-country race. Now, Ford has returned to its roots with its new Bronco.
Ford’s yet-to-be-released production version of the Bronco, which made its debut through The Bronco R Baja
However, after five generations of development, the Broncos ceased production in 1996. Although the 4×4 lost its small, GP-inspired roots when the second generation began to become a full-size SUV in 1977, it never gave up its two-door frame configuration.
Now, Ford is gearing up for its official Bronco debut, and today it reveals the shape and configuration of the car. The two-door Wrangler has a square, short suspension, removable roof and doors, with a spare tire at the back. Ford’s first four-door Bronco was just as sturdy, but grew longer and bigger.
The Bronco Sport has the look of a modern small SUV that looks like it will become a road-friendly look and polite choice for drivers and families looking for. It will still feature the same exercise resistance, supporting local driving Built Wild off-road.
Ford tests Broncos in Mojave Desert
It is understood that the new Bronco will be built on Ford’s global t6 non-carrying body structure pickup. All-wheel drive will become the standard for the entire line, and the dedicated terrain management system will be further enhanced.
The Bronco is not only Aford’s new model line, but also a brand
It also revealed that they are making the Bronco a complete outdoor lifestyle brand, including licensed hardware and textiles sold on Amazon.com. There will also be a Community of Bronco Nation Network Enthusiasts.
It is understood that Ford’s new car line will be officially launched on Monday, July 13 (8pm EST), when interested buyers will be able to book their first cars with a $100 refundable deposit.