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2020 Ford Bronco shown with removable hardtop, doors at dealer meeting



This teaser picture, from 2018, shows the Broncos boxed silhouette.


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It has been quite a long time since Ford first confirmed the Bronco nameplate returned to the US market back in 2017, but now we have some more details about the reborn off-roading SUV thanks to a recent dealer meeting . Automotive News reported Monday that Ford showed the new Bronco to dealers at a weekend meeting, which means we learned a little more about the new model.

Among the details was revealed at Palm Beach, Florida, event: The Bronco will be offered in both two- and four-door configurations. Its hardtop and doors will be removable and can be stored in the trunk. Unlike the Jeep Wrangler, the Bronco's exterior mirrors are supposedly mounted on A-pillars, making it legal and safer when driving sensory doors. Dealers also told Automotive News that the new Bronco will have "retro" designs with touches such as round headlights, a rectangular grill and "Bronco" letters stamped over the nose. Perhaps our best appearance came in March 201

8, when Ford published the above-mentioned teaser image of the Bronco under a sheet.

A Ford spokesperson told the Roadshow via email that the company had no comment on the report and said: Just that, "the Bronco will be seen by 2020."

At the event, Ford also reported the so-called Baby Bronco to dealers. There will be a smaller off-roader, although no more details have been revealed; Ford hasn't even confirmed a name for the new model. Pictures of what might be the Baby Bronco leaked to a former Ford dealer. Dealers were also shown Ford's Mustang-inspired electric crossover which is expected to offer a 300-kilometer driving range when it debuts in 2020. Automotive News also reports that Ford told dealers that the company is planning a small unibody pickup truck to join the Bronco and Baby Bronco.

Ford Bronco will reach customers by the end of 2020, just a few months after the Baby Bronco, it's still good time before we see Ford's next off-road SUV. But based on how many other automakers have seen success in reviving classic model names we expect interested buyers to be willing to wait.


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