- Photo credits moaoun_moaoun Instagram account

What if the new Ford Bronco looks like this?

We all hope so!

1y ago

Ford has the ambition to resurrect the famous Bronco 4x4 for two years now. The manufacturer's goal is to offer a neo-retro style vehicle that will compete with the Jeep Wrangler. However, patience will be required since the new Bronco will not arrive until next spring. In the meantime, Ford is showing us the Bronco R competition version.

Unfortunately, the Bronco R didn't shine at all in competition since it couldn't even finish the ruthless Baja 1000. The artist moaoun_moaoun comforts us by presenting a rendering of what could be the future Bronco based on the Bronco R. The result is seductive and respects well the original values of the Bronco.

For example, there is a very cubic body and round headlights surrounding a large Bronco lettering. The front grille, which is based on the Bronco R, evokes the off-road spirit and could well be validated on the production model. The artist has also added huge off-road tires.

The future Bronco will adopt a removable roof as well as two- and four-door configurations, as on the Jeep Wrangler. It will be based on the Ford Ranger pickup truck and will likely use the 2.3L EcoBoost petrol engine, mated to a ten-speed automatic transmission. A manual transmission is a possibility. The new Ford Bronco will probably be unveiled at the New York or Detroit Motor Show next year.

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Comments (29)

  • Just wait and see,

    drink some tea

    and order, maybe.

      1 year ago
  • Don’t like the doors

      1 year ago
    • I agree- those porthole type doors don’t do anything for the design

        1 year ago
    • Agreed. The doors are really awkward. Brakes up the flow of the side of the vehicle. Maybe if it was something flush with the vehicle but that is just strange.

        1 year ago
  • Please stop with the new Bronco renderings and just come out with the vehicle. The longer it takes and the more renderings that are created, the greater the potential disappointment will be.

      1 year ago
  • So it looks like the Toyota FJ, if I’m going to buy something with limited sight lines and extremely bulky I’ll go for the Toyota at least it won’t break down every month.

      1 year ago
  • Looks like my 2007 FJ, except it still runs after 200,000 miles.

      1 year ago