Ford said last year that it would revive the hardline off-road Bronco (also known as the Mustang), which was suspended in 1996, but unlike the Mustang), but now that the old retro car is not alive, Ford is eyeing another business. As can be seen from their plans, Ford will also build a brand new pickup car in the name of Bronco.
There is no doubt that the pickup derived from the hard-line SUV must also be a "hard-line" pickup, following a completely different path from the Ford F150, which is already somewhat urbanized. With an old Bronco look and an open back fight, it's not hard to see that Ford is going against the JEEP gladiator. In fact, pick-up models appeared in Ford Bronco road tests last year, but it turned out that Ford had stuffed the Bronco into the skin of the Chevrolet Silverado to fool you.
Ford resurrected the pickup Ranger, which is one size smaller than the F150, at the end of last year, but to Americans' surprise, Ford did not intend to sell it in its home market after the resurrection of Ranger.While such compact pickups are not as popular as full-size pickups like the F150, Ranger also has a sizeable following in the U.S., thanks to its strong cross-country nature and low prices.
If Ford is determined not to take the Ranger back to China for sale, then the Bronco may be a lifesaver for hardline pickup fans in the United States, but the Bronco has not yet been resurrected, and pickup derivatives will probably have to wait longer. Ford won't even have the energy to bring it to market until 2024, but it's not surprising that Bronco pickups will eventually have a hybrid version or even a pure electric in the face of increasingly draconian emissions regulations.
Recently, some media exposed a group of Ford new pickup models Bronco hard version of the effect map. The Bronco in the effect is like a hard cross-country toy car with a rugged body, straight lines and a wild smell. The front racetrack bar uses a very tough and hard style, and above there is a row of LED lamp group design, the headlamp uses the cylinder shape, the intake grille is covered with metal gray decorative strip, and above there is a row of letters Bronco, It's very hard. The ultra-high ground clearance reveals the rough metal parts at the bottom of the car, the wheel arch on the side adopts the external expansion design, the upper rivet decoration, the pedal uses a circular iron pipe as the support, and the anti-rolling frame on the roof of the car is also very rough. The back design of the spare tire is adopted.