Off-road adventurers have waited 22 years for this comeback: the 2020 Ford Bronco. The iconic SUV was one of the world’s leading 4×4 vehicles for three decades, from the mid-sixties until the mid-nineties. Now, it’s picking right back up where it left off.
Long celebrated for its durability and off-roading aptitude, the legendary vehicle is back with a bold new look, but still remains true to its resilient roots. We’re talking off-road upgrades and all the toughness you’d expect a Bronco to exude. And it’s true to its roots: the 2020 Bronco will be manufactured at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan—the same plant where the 1966-1996 models were built.
Though you haven’t seen it since the 90s, the 2020 Bronco is not stuck in the past. The midsize SUV comes complete with brilliant technology features, including keyless access, push-button start and FordPass™ Connect with in-vehicle Wi-Fi capabilities. Overall, the vehicle offers a wonderful mashup of old and new. And just when you thought it couldn’t surprise you, it will: the 2020 Bronco comes in a hybrid variant. It’s also incredibly versatile, featuring rear-opening doors and removable roof panels.
It isn’t here yet, but when the 2020 Bronco arrives, it won’t just be new and improved—it’ll be rugged and ready for adventure. Click here to learn more, or stop by your local Ford dealer for additional details.