Truth often proves difficult to distinguish from fantasy - but Seattle critics are trying their best to separate the two, wanting to connect drivers to all things tangible about the 2020 Bronco. Rumors have doggedly followed this SUV from the assembly line to the testing grounds; and speculation (rather than fact) now defines each mile.
It’s time, critics believe, for some much needed clarity - and we agree.
As Fox News explains, drivers have been tried (and failed) to keep pace with the many Bronco rumors. Allow us to illuminate what is true - rather than what it merely assumed. This SUV will feature:
A Truck Design - the 2020 Bronco will share the same body-on-frame construction as its predecessors (utilizing the platform of the most recent Ford Ranger as its base). Solid front and rear axles will also be integrated to deliver true all-terrain capability.
Square Shape - Ford has fused the new Bronco with a distinctive geometric design, using straight C-Pillars and a hood free of typical crease deformations. Slab-style siding and an upright windshield will create a striking effect.
A Hybrid Option - a battery-supplemented Bronco will be offered to North American drivers. While no official specs have been released, the use of both EcoBoost technology and a lithium-powered four-cylinder is expected.
Soon the Bronco will stampede down the Seattle streets - promising all-terrain strength and undeniable style. To learn more about this platform contact our team today.