Jun 23, 2017 08:20 AM EDT
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Reveals Ford Bronco’s Appearance In ‘Rampage’

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has just revealed that he is sharing the big screen with the Ford Bronco in his upcoming movie titled "Rampage." Is the rugged monster launching this year?

The revelation does not seem intentional nor promotional. The caption on the posted photo did not even mention the vehicle.

The "Moana" star is currently filming his upcoming movie "Rampage." In an effort to tease about the new film, the actor took to his official Instagram a photo showing him and his co-star Naomi Harris while in action.

The post was actually intended to commend his new co-star. The beginning of the caption reads, "SHE BRINGS IT. Thank you to my amazing co-star, the Oscar-nominated @naomiharris for the energy, focus and discipline you bring to set daily." Johnson also teased that fans should not allow the pretty face of his co-star to fool them as she is able to take down any monstrous adversary in front of her.

"Rampage" is a revival of the popular same-titled video game that was introduced in 1986. The game features gigantic monsters ruining cities and the movie is expected to be an action-packed film.

The brusque Ford Bronco is such a great fit for Johnson's vehicle partner in crime. The Ford Bronco Concept was introduced at the Detroit Auto Show in 2005 and no production unit was ever revealed since then.

After 12 years, car enthusiasts were elated to see again the Ford Bronco. This is evident in the comments reflected on the post of the "Bay Watch" actor. The majority of the comments talked about the car in the photo and many expressed their excitement to see the new Bronco as well.

Ford has not released any official statement regarding the production of the new Bronco. It remains to be seen if the new model will finally be released this year or next year. Speculations predict that the new Ford Bronco will most likely come out with a similar European Everest SUV design.

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