Back at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Ford had announced that it will be reviving its Bronco SUV for the 2020 model year.

This model will most likely be based on a variant of the new Ford Ranger platform, which doesn’t sound too far-fetched as they are both being constructed at the newly retooled Michigan Assembly Plant, previously known as the Michigan Truck Plant.

However, it’s hard to ignore the numerous simulated images of the upcoming Bronco plastered across almost every automotive website. According to Mark Williams of PickupTrucks.com, these photos are far from the truth.

The report clarifies that all the images that you have probably seen of the upcoming Bronco is definitely fake and adds that the real photos will not be available for some time.

Once the genuine images are available, they will most likely be blurry or captured from a distance at some secluded proving area or the likes of it.

Well, it’s best to keep in mind that the current renders of the Bronco don’t do the upcoming SUV any justice and so, folks should stop basing their expectations of it on inaccurate illustrations.


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2 Comments

Robert Ryan · February 27, 2017 at 1:12 pm

Ford Ranger and Bronco are being engineered, designed and developed at Ford Australia’s Design Studios in Geelong Australia

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