Even before SUVs were a thing, Bronco was a masterpiece that was also an SUV, probably…
The Bronco’s empire was from 1966 to 1996. And the name will return as a rival to the Jeep CJ. The 2021 Bronco is ought to be tougher and more tech-bearer.
The 2021 Ford Bronco will share the mid-size, Ranger’s twin-turbo 2.3-liter. The underlying chassis will be a body on frame design know as T6 within the Ford.
Driving the wheels
The Bronco could have the newest hybrid powertrain, like the Ford F-150. An electric motor’s low-end torque could definitely aid tough low-speed off-roading situations, and an electric power take-off feature would prove ideal for camping. The four-wheel-drive could improve the off-road experience. The base engine could be upgraded to a 3.5 liter V6 turbo, Raptor version.
The 2021 Bronco has been spotted a number of times, under camo. But the design will resemble the 2004 concept which was rolled out by Ford at the Detroit Auto show. The boxy shape with round headlights and rectangular taillights could be retained. The front grille will have word “Bronco” written.
2021 will have the Bronco gear up with gadgets like large touchscreen infotainment system, likely 8.0- or 10.0-inches. Upright A-pillars, windshield, and side glass should provide good sightlines for off-road adventures.
The Ford filed for a new patent that included a roll cage design for Bronco, along with removable roof panels and doors. The hype could never be higher as the Bronco will step up to compete with likes of Jeep Wrangler, and the showdown will a must-watch.