The All New Ford Bronco and Ranger

Back and Badder than ever. The legendary Ford Bronco.

Have Your Cake and Eat it Too

The Ford Bronco is back by popular demand. The iconic SUV was one of the world's leading 4x4 vehicles for three decades, from the mid-sixties until the mid-nineties. This new generation Bronco boasts the latest in smart technology and a bold new look while remaining true to its rugged roots. More information to come.  In the meantime, check out what's being said about the new Bronco on Ford Social.

The Rumors are true: the Ford Bronco is coming back!

The rumors are true: the Ford Bronco is coming back! "We've heard our customers loud and clear. They want a new generation of vehicles that are incredibly capable yet fun to drive," said Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of The Americas. "Bronco will be a no-compromise midsize 4x4 utility for thrill seekers who want to venture way beyond the city." The Ford Bronco was first introduced in 1965 as a 1966 model. 

The original Bronco became an icon of an adventurous lifestyle and off-road capability. Available options during the 10-year production of the first Bronco included a CB radio, an auxiliary gas tank, a power take-off, a winch and a post-hole digger. The Bronco would continue in production for 30 years, seeing a total of five generations, and growing from what was considered in 1966 to be a compact SUV to eventually share height and width specs with the Ford F-150. 

The rugged new Bronco will be a midsize SUV, and will be part of the global Ford vehicle portfolio in 2020. The Ford Bronco will be manufactured at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Michigan, which is the same plant where the 1966 through 1996 models were built.

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Concept Renderings

While Ford's highly anticipated Bronco is still a few years away, the latest four-door renderings from let you have your cake and eat it too. Needless to say, we're all getting excited for Ford's new truck.

Off-Road Architecture

Ford hasn't revealed anything official on the 2020 Bronco, but we do know it will be based on the same architecture as the Ranger, giving it midsize proportions for awesome maneuverability. We also expect it be offered in various equipment levels, ranging from base XL and off-road-friendly FX4/Raptor to fully loaded Platinum trims. 

Versatility and Reliability

Off-the-grid adventures are just down the road.

Or around the lake. Or on the trail. Or up the mountain. And here comes the capability to do them right: The all-new Ford Ranger. Ford is bringing back the Ranger pickup to its vehicle lineup in 2019. So, line up your boards, your bikes, your coolers and your carabiners. And gear up for the newest way to be Built Ford Tough.®

A Step Above the Competition

Ford in January confirmed plans to revive the Ranger after years of rumors, with production of the 2019 model beginning late next year at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Mich. It will compete in a segment that includes the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and Toyota Tacoma.

Ready to Tow

We've enjoyed watching the specs rivalries among the Detroit Three automakers' heavy-duty trucks, and Ford will definitely want to be in the mix with the 2019 Ranger. The 2017 Colorado with a V-6 can tow as much as 7,000 pounds, and the Colorado diesel ups that rating to 7,700 pounds. The 2017 Tacoma with its V-6 is rated to tow up to 6,800 pounds. Considering the gas-powered Colorado's ratings, count on the 2019 Ranger to tow at least 7,100 pounds in the right configuration.

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