If you’re curious as to what that might look like, the folks at Bronco6G have you covered; the website’s most recent renderings, seen here, depict the future Ford Ranger-based Bronco SUV as a muddy, well-traveled five-door. Assuming that Ford is able to produce a Bronco that looks anything like this concept, the SUV could be a real stunner – even with an extra pair of doors.
The 2020 (or 2021) Ford Bronco will go toe-to-toe with the likes of the lauded Jeep Wrangler. Given the success of FCA’s four-door version – the Wrangler Unlimited – and current popularity of crew cab pickup trucks, it’s perfectly reasonable to expect Ford to roll out a five-door version of its next off-road SUV. Portrayed here with removable roof panels and big, round headlamps set in a rectangular grille, trademarks of the original Ford Bronco’s iconic design, this five-door SUV concept looks every bit as brawny and rugged as Bronco6G‘s earlier three-door concept, albeit a bit longer.
The next-generation Ford Bronco SUV promises to be a capable off-roader in the truest sense, with body-on-frame construction and, we hear, solid axles from Dana – the same legendary supplier that lends the Jeep Wrangler its prolific rock-crawling abilities.
For more images of this next-gen Ford Bronco concept, head to www.Bronco6G.com.