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Ford Bronco Refresh Now Being Planned For 2024 Model Year

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Earlier this month, Ford Authority reported that a Ford Bronco refresh was scheduled for the 2025 model year, creating a four-year gap between it and the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco. However, sources familiar with the model’s future are now telling Ford Authority that FoMoCo has decided to move the Ford Bronco refresh up by one year – to the 2024 model year – though no direct reason for the change was cited.

Mid-cycle refreshes generally occur in the automotive world every 3-4 years, so this isn’t unusual by any means. In the meantime, however, Ford has a number of exciting new Bronco models to look forward to. That includes the recently teased, ultra-high-performance Ford Bronco Raptor, which will debut for the 2022 model year, as Ford Authority reported last month.

Additionally, the 2022 Bronco will be available with both the Sasquatch Package and 7-speed manual, as Ford Authority confirmed earlier today. A new Capable front bumper, a roof rack for four-door Broncos equipped with the Sasquatch package, and a new model – possibly called the Everglades – round out the additions for the 2022 model year, while the Wildtrak will drop its standard MIC hardtop for a soft top.

Looking further down the road, the Bronco will soon be available in other parts of the world, including the Middle East and possibly Europe, though it likely won’t be available as a right-hand drive model. Ford CEO Jim Farley also recently hinted that an all-electric Bronco might be in the works, which isn’t a huge surprise given the fact that the automaker is investing heavily in EVs and plans to eventually convert its entire North American lineup to electric power.

We’ll have more on the future of the Ford Bronco very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. David Pickford

    What is wrong with Ford? The Bronco was obviously aimed at the Jeep and to a lesser extent the Land Rover and was based of the Australian designed and engineered Ranger platform which is capable of running either left or right hand drive so why not the Bronco? If you intend to run it in Europe you’ve obviously identified a ready market for it which would include the likes of England which are RHD. This style of vehicle is also a big hit in South Africa and much of South East Asia and of course Australia, the majority of which places are RHD. Indeed in Australia we now have factory backed RHD conversion centres to modify RAM and GM trucks to RHD and despite costing well north of $US70,000 each the companies can’t keep up with demand. You can justify RHD Mustangs yet not the Bronco which would easily outsell the ‘stang 5-1. Stop looking inwards and start selling what the public want including the Mach E to your southern cousins down under.

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  2. EKBART

    somewhat tragic that they haven’t put a hybrid powertrain in the base model of the Bronco, for those of us city dwellers who are never going to drive this vehicle offroad, but love the statement that it makes, but want to save on gas… there are a lot more of us non-outdoorsy types than true offroaders. The poseur market, as i like to call it, is the main business in the automotive market. And i am one of them ! HA HA.

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  3. NCEcoBoost

    Sounds to me like money would be much better spent refreshing something that didn’t just come out. 2 years is too short. How ’bout 4?

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  4. Curt DeHusson

    Ford can’t even meet the demand of the first year orders not to mention put any in the showrooms. I truely believe they dont even produce these things yet, but all I read here is the problems they are having trying to build them. Good luck I was one potential customer back in 2016 but will never buy one cause it will be way over priced when they finally do hit the dealer lots. To raise prices buy over $5,000 in the month of September alone FJB.

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  5. Tim Spreadborough

    I enjoy Ford Authority very much. Thank you for the publication!!!

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