The 2020 Ford Bronco is official! It has been made official back in January to be available in years to come. This is predicted to be the best of its kind by Ford as it delivers the best 4x4 capacity in any vehicle of its category upon its official release. Though the upcoming Bronco was introduced at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, it only served as a teaser. Not much information was given which makes fans all the more anxiously craving for more.
Car experts have then concluded some of the features that will be seen and experienced in the 2020 Ford Bronco. This is based on in-depth analysis, backed up by their deep knowledge in the car industry and its inner workings. Most of their predictions are accurate and reliable.
According to Road and Track, Joe Hinrich of Ford described the 2020 Ford Bronco as a no-compromise mid-size 4x4 utility for the thrill seekers who want freedom and off-road functionality with the space and versatility of an SUV. These are powerful insider words as not many 4x4s are positioned to be an off-roader working as an SUV.
It is also rumored that the 2020 Ford Bronco will be based on the midsize Ranger. Based on the pronouncement of Hinrich, there is a possibility that the upcoming Bronco will be a Ranger-based SUV. This is one development that needs to be seen for confirmation.
As added by Auto Blog, the interesting Bronco logo will have its comeback in the upcoming midsized 4x4. Ford is already using the logo to tease more car enthusiasts and gain their much-needed curiosity. This is a good marketing campaign as it builds momentum and sustains it until the Bronco's official launch.
The 2020 Ford Bronco is, at the end of the day, an off-roading vehicle boasting of the best 4x4 capabilities. With this said, it will have a body-on-frame construction as opposed to car-based ones like that of Escape or Edge. It is a given fact that body-on-frame delivers the best performance, definitely living up to Ford's "Built Tough."
— Ford Motor Company (@Ford) January 9, 2017
Soon enough more information will be provided leading to the official release of the 2020 Ford Bronco. Upon its official release, it promises to provide the best of both worlds- off-roading and comfortable SUV ride. Ford is expected to successfully fulfill this expectation through the upcoming Bronco which will be returning sometime 2020.