Report Claims 2021 Ford Bronco Debuts In November

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We haven’t been as excited about a vehicle in a long time as we are about the 2021 Ford Bronco. A new report making the rounds claims that the 2021 Ford Bronco is set to debut in a bit more than a month. According to the report, which cites anonymous sources from two different Ford dealers, the official debut happens in the second half of November.

The 2019 LA Auto Show is going on November 18th through November 21st, but it’s unclear if the Ford Bronco debut will happen there. The same sources have confirmed that the Ford Ranger-based Bronco will come in two and four-door configurations. It will have a manual transmission offering, and at least one version of the 2021 Ford Bronco will have 33-inch off-road tires.

The sources also confirmed that the doors are removable and store inside the vehicle. The Bronco is tipped for both hard and soft top options, which have been rumored for months. We have seen lots of patents turn up that hint at some of the tech that might debut on the Bronco.

The latest patent app was for fancy lighting on the underside of side mirrors placed up on the A-pillar. We’ve also seen a bunch of patents for door tech that will make Wrangler owners jealous. The patent that shows doors being removed with no tools and stored in the back is a game-changer for Wrangler owners. Ford is doing well delivering a vehicle with lots of unique features, but the 2021 Ford Bronco had better have the off-road chops to back all the fancy features up.

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Source: TFLCar

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. Been waiting for sometime…Baby Bronco – manual transmission, V6 2.7 Eco-boost engine. I want this but when as I have had hope for this year, holding back. Please don’t disappoint like the Ranger did in my eye’s

  2. “… what do you drive?” … “.. oh, I drive a Baby Bronco…”
    what a fun, manly conversation to have. Sort of like, “.. oh, I drive a Baby Raptor”.
    I feel bad for the guys that can’t afford a Raptor, yet put a Raptor grill and flares
    on their eco-boosts.. Ah, road humor. Sad.
    For people wanting to rock-crawl in a pudgy Volvo, this just might be the answer.
    I’m sticking with my F150 Coyote.

  3. Let me guess Scott your truck is lifted to the highest with the biggist tires and at the lowest price with at least one of the following decals on your rear window; Calvin pissing on a truck brand other than what you drive, lift your truck fat chicks can’t jump, or maybe you somehow thought that people wouldn’t notice the brand of your vehicle so you decided to SUPERSIZE it (I doubt your “rig” See’s any dirt between it’s biweekly wash&wax)

    • naw, Seth. No lift. I don’t use nerf bars, so that’d be an even higher step in. I did take off the
      front air damn tho- looks a lot better. And my tires, no they’re stock too for the Fx4 package.
      My windows are all limo tint, I prefer a real clean look with no stickers. The Pissing-Calvin sticker
      is almost as old as your mom, so I passed on that as well. As for the dirt, it only comes when I’m
      camping, otherwise you’re right. I love the lightening blue metallic, so I have some good hand-wax
      keepin’ it looking good. If you ever get a nice truck, go for the full size, fitted floor mats front and
      back. So much better than the cheap WeatherTech stuff. Oh, and by the way, I use a stub antenna.
      Looks pretty good. And the Ford bed mat keeps clean with some Griots’ protectant.

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