- Screenshot from Ford Motor Company's teaser.

Ford announces the Bronco's debut date

Since the first talk about the Bronco in 2017 we have been wondering about how it will look, what engine would it have and then when will it released. Ford has finally announced a debut date for the new Bronco - Spring 2020.

Screenshot from Ford Motor Company's teaser.

Ford yesterday, released a teaser to show the date. The teaser showed the Bronco's history till it was discontinued in the 1990s. But, within all this they showed the 2020 Bronco's logo, which depicts a buckling bronco.

This might just be the one of the biggest reveals for next year, similar or maybe more bigger than the 2019 Defender. What do you think?

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  • I think your article needs some proof reading but that’s just me being an ass. 😜 Is it bigger news than the Defender? Well, it means more to me. I personally am VERY excited to see the Bronco make it back into production. This could lead me to buying my first ever brand new car or a huge let down. I’m hoping it’s all I could dream of having.

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    • I personally love defender so I understand your sentiment of loving a small all terrain Punish-me-all-you-can SUV. I do hope you buy a brand new bronco and it should be all you could...

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    • In America I think the new Bronco would be massive news compared to the Defender, that really doesn’t have a massive following over there. Personally, I prefer the Defender, but if...

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  • Hopefully it’s actually any good! I heard it might only get a 4 cylinder wish it would it would have mustang 5.0 but who knows what it is going too be like.

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    • Yes a Canadian tyre company revealed it having a 4 cylinder eco boost but, I know there will be some out there to put a 5.0 mustang GT engine in it

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