2020 Ford Bronco Confirm to Release

The 2020 Ford Bronco is officially announced in the recent press conference. Ford has confirmed the production of the pickup Ranger and a new Bronco SUV in Michigan. More exiting of the news that Ford wants to distribute the next generation of Bronco as a global model.

2020 Ford Bronco Release Date

It does not come completely unexpected – but the official confirmation has been issued at the home game at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit Ford confirmed to release the 2020 Ford Bronco. The mid-size pick-up Ranger and a probably derived SUV Bronco are again produced and built in the US. Not immediately, but soon.

A ranger as a smaller alternative to the bestseller F-150 has not existed in the US since 2011. This will change from 2019. Ford promises: The new ranger will be “all new” and also “Ford tough”.

2020 Ford Bronco Release Globally

What lies behind the “all new”, is clear: The cooperation between Mazda and Ford in the medium-sized pick-ups ends the next Ranger model change. Mazda will develop the BT-50 successor with Isuzu. Ford, on the other hand, will develop and sell the next ranger on its own, according to the One Ford strategy.

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By 2020, Ford is likely to follow to produce the SUV of 2020 Ford Bronco on the same technical footing. The new Bronco will produce in US as well as other countries; Asia and Europe. Ford had already set its predecessor in 1996. Announced is an “uncompromising four-wheel drive model” with good terrain characteristics. For the US market, Ford will produce both models at the Wayne, Michigan plant.