The new Ford Bronco goes into production
Ford has also revealed an exclusive color for the Bronco First Edition
If you're looking forward to the new Ford Bronco, we've got some great news. The first units of the iconic 4x4 are finally coming off the production line at Ford Michigan's Wayne plant. However, these vehicles will not be for sale as they are only pre-production models.
They will only be provided to the engineers and dealers of the brand to finalise their development. In order to really get behind the wheel of the new Bronco, it will still be necessary to be very patient because the production of the customer models will only begin in May or April 2021.
In the meantime, Ford is officially unveiling via its Twitter account a new blue paint that will be exclusive to the Bronco First Edition. On the digital rendering provided by the American brand, we can see that this new color called Lightning Blue will be largely inspired by that of the Ford F-150 Raptor.
Here's a very good attention given to the Ford Bronco First Edition customers who still paid at least $59,305 to be the first to receive their Bronco. That's $10,430 more than the Bronco Wildtrak.