The new 2020 Ford Bronco will be built upon the 2019 Ford Ranger frame. According to leaked information, the Bronco will be nearly identical to the current Ford Everest. The Everest is an Australian market 4 X 4 that uses the Ranger platform, but comes with a feature set designed for a slightly different market.
Most of the information we’ve got about the new 2020 Ford Bronco is based on fact. The 2019 Ranger and Ford Everest both use the same frame, and it’s one that has done wonderfully well with consumers. So, also allowing the new Ford Bronco to use the same frame seems like a good idea. It’s the “one good turn deserves another” premise.
The 2020 Bronco will be produced at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan. The Ford Bronco hasn’t been in production since 1996, but Ford hopes to make its comeback a successful one. It’s going to keep the original design of the Bucking Bronco logo too!
The Bronco will be in direct competition with the Jeep Wrangler, but most everything else that’s been said about the 2020 Bronco is purely speculative. We were able to get a few words from Ford’s Chief Technical Officer, Raj Nair, who answered that the new Bronco will be a “capable and confident all-rounder.”
We don’t have official confirmation of it, but supposedly the Ford Bronco will be in-step with the modern look of the “New-Era” vehicles released over the past 10 years. That means a lighter, stronger body made from high tech materials, better gas mileage, and a much safer overall package that will outdo the previous Bronco design by a landslide. Way to go Ford!