The forthcoming Ford Bronco SUV, which will return to the market in 2020 after a 24-year hiatus, will likely only be available as a four-door, but that doesn’t mean that Ford is completely neglecting the wants of enthusiasts.
Case in point: according to The Truth About Cars, the future Bronco will come equipped with a removable roof for open-air excursions.
TTAC reports that according to sources, the 2020 Ford Bronco will have a feature called “Air Roof,” in which the roof is composed of as many as six panels that can be removed and stored in the vehicle. The Jeep Renegade uses essentially the same system, which Jeep has branded “MySky.” And, like the Renegade, the Ford Bronco is expected to offer fixed roof rails.
Whether or not the new Ford Bronco will have a removable roof has been a prominent question from intrigued consumers. The most-recent iteration of the vehicle – its fifth generation, produced from 1992 to 1996 – had a roof that legally couldn’t be removed as it supported the Center-Mounted High Stop Light (CMHSL). With enough determination, an owner could still theoretically take it off.