Ford confirmed earlier this year that it was finally bringing the Bronco back for 2020. We don't have many official details from Ford about the long-awaited truck, but we have a pretty good idea of what to expect, and some concept renderings to whet our appetites. The good people at sent us , and man, it's beautiful.
Bronco6G sent us renderings of a two-door Bronco last year, but we've since learned that the truck will be a Ranger-based four-door, so the fan forum updated its concept of what the truck could look like. These drawings also reflect the upcoming Bronco's rumored removable roof panels. Reportedly dubbed "Air Roof," the Bronco will have snap-out roof panels not unlike those on a Jeep Renegade.
Ford is planning on offering an off-road version of the Bronco to compete with the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, but that will slot under the F-150 Raptor. The Bronco might also get solid front and rear axles supplied by Dana, the same company that makes the upgraded axles for the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.
The Bronco will share a platform with the next-generation Ranger pickup truck, so both will likely get similar engine and transmission options. We've also heard that both the Bronco and Ranger will make their debut at next year's Detroit Auto Show in January.
Until then, these renderings will be our best look yet at the Bronco. Let's hope the production car looks this good. to see even more renderings.