Here is some great news regarding the new generation Bronco. After a couple of renderings, we finally spot a real deal – the first prototype. Well, okay, it’s not exactly the prototype… it’s more like some kind of testing mule, but anyway, the 2020 Ford Bronco has finally gone out from manufacturer’s garage.
As you can see, the iconic off-roader is using the body of the current Everest, so it’s hiding just the front end. However, before we say something about that part, we can’t skip the fact that the testing model seems to sit higher from the ground, which is a reason more to believe it’s actually the 2020 Bronco.
Let’s get back to the front end, shall we? Even though the SUV hides the complete first quarter, there are just a few parts which will reach Bronco’s front end. The off-roader seems to use a boxier hood and perhaps a different grille along with a pair of Bronco’s headlights. As for the rest of the exterior design, well, we don’t expect to be too suburb-friendly like it’s the Everest. No, Blue Oval offers a number of the kind. Instead, the 2020 Ford Bronco will probably borrow some of the styling cues from its Brazilian sibling Troller. This way, the car manufacturer will try to compete with the Jeep Wrangler.
Under the hood
Our photographers are not so sure which engine uses the testing mule. Moreover, we can’t really say what’s going to be beneath the hood of the production model neither. However, judging by the latest reports, Ford has decided to add two turbocharged gasoline engine and a single diesel mill. The topping model will probably use a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, capable of delivering up to 325 horsepower. The option will come in a pair with a 10-speed auto transmission, but he producer might reconsider the idea of adding a manual gearbox as well.