Today, we were given a very special, tantalizing look at what a future sixth-generation Ford Bronco sports utility vehicle might look like when it (allegedly) makes it to production for the 2020 model year.
The renderings, borrowed from the good folks at Bronco6G.com, draw upon both the original 1966-’77 Ford Bronco, and the 2004 Ford Bronco concept shown at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that same year. Click your way through the gallery at the bottom of this article and you’ll see Bronco6G’s vision for a 2020 Ford Bronco in a variety of different colors with round headlights, a brawny, square grille, and a rugged profile.
The Ford Bronco is anticipated to make a return after more than 20 years of absence, to be built at the Michigan Assembly Plant (née “Michigan Truck Plant”) alongside its platform-mate: the next-generation Ford Ranger mid-size pickup. The gamut of 2020 Ford Bronco renderings here offers a couple of different fender shapes, ride heights, and grille crossbars to consider.
(Original thread at Bronco6G.com)