2015 Ford Bronco Fan-Made Commercial: Throwback Thursday
There was no 2015 Ford Bronco, but one fan loved the 2004 Concept so much he made a commercial for the 2015 model year.
The new Ford Bronco won’t arrive for a few more years, but back in 2014, there were rumors that the 2004 Bronco Concept from the then New York International Auto Show would be reaching showrooms as a 2015 model. That obviously never happened, but a fan of the 2004 concept vehicle was so sure that it would arrive in showrooms for 2015 that he made a commercial, complete with awards and quotes from his relatives.
The 2004 Ford Bronco Concept
The vehicle being showcased in the video above is not a 2015 Bronco. It is actually a concept vehicle which made its grand debut at the 2004 New York International Auto Show before visiting other major auto shows around North America. Although the boxy, mid-sized SUV seemingly drove off into the sunset within a couple years of its Big Apple introduction, a great many people still hope that the new Bronco coming for 2020 resembles the 2004 concept vehicle.
When an off-road magazine announced that the Bronco was returning as an April Fool’s Day joke a few years back, fans of the 2004 concept were convinced that it would become the production model for 2015. One such fan was YouTuber Matt 16, who was so smitten with the 2004 concept that he made a commercial for the newest Ford SUV (which never existed).
The 2015 Ford Bronco Commercial
In the fan made commercial for the 2015 Ford Bronco, Matt 16 shows the 2004 concept in silver at the New Yord International Auto Show and in official company photos with a plain backdrop. We also get to see the 2004 concept in dark green, as well as getting a look at the interior, although the interior shown is from a 2014 F-150. He also shows a ’90s big-body SUV which might be his motivation for showing so much interest in the new model, even though the two vehicles are nothing like each other.
In addition to calling the 2015 Bronco “the most mind blowing thing that Ford has ever done,” Matt 16 has a quote from Aunt Ellen that the vehicle is “stylish” along with naming the new mid-sized SUV the winner of an imaginary Best Utility Truck Award. The commercial
We still don’t know what the new Bronco will look like when it arrives for 2020, but we know that Matt 16 is hoping that it closely resembles the 2004 concept, and we are inclined to agree with him.