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Two-Door Ford Bronco Spied Playing Hard In The Snow

In recent months, we’ve brought you the very first spy photos of the upcoming Ford Bronco in four-door form. In fact, we even managed to catch the upcoming SUV in a more capable off-road form. All of those sightings were of the four-door model, until now – since we caught the upcoming Bronco in two-door guise as it underwent rigorous off-road testing in the snow.

Like the four-door models that we’ve seen recently, the two-door Ford Bronco seen here is wearing healthy amounts of camouflage, including the trick white-and-black camo on the body and a healthy amount of thick black camo on the roof, which is expected to be removable. But despite Ford’s best-planned efforts to cover up the upcoming off-roader, the general shape of the design is clearly visible – with very upright front and rear ends plus upright pillars and short overhangs. The prototype also has a decent amount of ground clearance, while a spare wheel is present on the swing gate. All of these characteristics combined to be in perfect harmony of the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco.

The two-door Bronco prototype seen here is peeling out, throwing around the snow every which way. The model even catches some air on a small hill. Suffice it to say that whoever was behind the wheel was having some fun, and for good measure.

No matter, it’s definitely interesting to see the upcoming Bronco go through its various development stages, and we can’t wait to see and drive it.

Much like its chief rival – the Jeep Wrangler, the 2021 Ford Bronco will be available in two- and four-door configurations. The roof and doors will also be removable. A Bronco pickup variant is also part of the plan.

Powertrain details are scarce at the moment, but the 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 gasoline engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission from the Ford Ranger seem very good possible candidates.

As Ford Authority exclusively reported earlier this year, the all-new Ford Bronco is expected to be unveiled in April 2020 and go on sale several months thereafter. We’ll have more on this off-roader soon, so be sure to subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

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  1. Karl Henry

    Lovely,just lovely! I can’t wait to see the final product because Ford desperately needs some good news. If all is executed well along with a good launch then this should sell very good. Hurry up already Ford!

  2. Gary

    Is this for the bronco scout/maverick/cuv?
    a 4 banger is incredibly tiny for a decent offroader. I drive a 4th gen 4runner with a v8 and i couldn’t imagine having a vehicle of the same size and off road potential being powered by a 2.3L 4 cylinder. Turbo or otherwise.


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