There have been no official announcements, but the 2021 Ford Bronco off-road SUV prototype has been seen and so-called spy photos have popped up on the Internet. The 4×4 prototype has a heavily camouflaged body thus far. Nonetheless, one can tell a lot about its intended audience. The new Bronco sports beadlock wheels and mud-terrain tires that may be more robust than the Jeep Wrangler’s or Rubicon’s.
The new Bronco is a four-door vehicle with a short wheelbase (two wheelbase options will be offered). Compared to past versions, its wheels are pushed out to the corners, a design that gives drivers a better approach and departure angles. Flared fenders, a lifted suspension, and other features point to a more rugged design. The Bronco spotted also has round headlights and LED accent lighting.
Ford’s Latest Bronco Plans
As of yet, there’s no official name for the Bronco off-road trim level. Standout features, though, include a spare tire hanging from the rear, with a small center high-mounted brake-light above. Lacking is a traditional liftgate, which has been replaced by a swing-gate for access to the rear cargo area. But one thing’s for sure—you’ll have a spare should you ever experience a flat tire on a rugged off-road path.
Other aspects of the design include a honeycomb-like grille that is highlighted by oval cutouts. The 2021 Bronco is likely to have a single tailpipe, plus a towing receptor so you can take some extras along. On the underside, it features a live axle with coil springs.
As far as engines, the base option is likely to be a turbocharged 2.3L inline-four engine, while an optional 2.7L V6 engine may be available. In addition to a 10-speed automatic transmission, a hybrid powertrain may be on the way as well.
When Can I Get a 2021 Bronco?
No official announcements have been released. It’s expected that the Bronco will be revealed in the spring of 2020; some news reports have indicated it could be unveiled in March. More prototypes of the off-road SUV may be seen before the finished product is unveiled. The Bronco Sport, a smaller crossover, is likely to be introduced later.
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