News 2021 Ford Bronco Is Finally Coming, with Debut Set for July
Source: Ford Bronco and Mustang Could Become Their Own Sub-Brands
SUVs, sedans, coupes, convertibles are all possible in the Ford Icons group. Officially Ford is still saying it’s “too early” to talk Bronco details, but sources tell Autoweek the company is looking at turning both the Bronco and the Mustang into sub-brands, offering several models each, under what’s being called the Ford Icons group. “We have to leverage what we’re good at,” a source told Autoweek. “What are we good at? Mustangs and trucks. Mustang is a niche product with a great legacy. We need to expand on that legacy. More Broncos is a no-brainer.
- has announced that the new will be officially revealed in July.
- The 2021 Ford Bronco is targeted at the and will have removable doors and roof.
- Production has been delayed due to the , so expect to see them at dealers sometime next year starting at around $30,000.
Ford will finally show the 2021 Bronco to the world in July 2020. We've seen spy photos, renderings, and leaked photos of the revived off-roader numerous times leading up to this long-awaited reveal, so the world pretty much already knows. But now we'll finally get all the details.
Ford Mustang Mach-E Deliveries Delayed—but Not for US Market
The Mustang Mach-E should still arrive in American driveways before the end of the year, but UK and European buyers will have to wait until 2021. Previously, deliveries were expected to begin later in 2020. But, as you already guessed, coronavirus threw a wrench in everyone's plans, and Ford is no different. Notably, we're still waiting to even so much as see the new Ford Bronco (officially). The good news for Mach-E buyers in the United States is that Ford still expects to begin deliveries here "late this year," according to a Ford representative.
Ford announced that the company was going to bring back the famous Bronco name way back in 2017, and before the coronavirus pandemic struck,in the spring of 2020. The Bronco will go up against the popular Jeep Wrangler, and like its competitor, it will have boxy styling, high ground clearance, removable doors and roof, and a rear-mounted spare tire. We also know that it'll have circular LED running lights and the Bronco nameplate across the grille.
We expect the Bronco's base engine to be a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder, with a twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6 as an option. However, there's no doubt that Ford could offer an even more powerful engine for, let's say, an even more capable Raptor variant. There's also word that there will be a manual-transmission option, something the Jeep Wrangler andboth offer.
Ford hasn't given a specific date for the highly anticipated reveal of the new Bronco, but at least we know that we don't have to wait much longer. Expect to see the 2021 Bronco hit dealers sometime next year with a starting price around $30,000.
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