Ford Bronco Models Join Revamped Ford Lineup in Teaser Pic
Could there be a two-door, four-door, and hybrid Bronco on the way? Let the speculation begin!
As you already know, Ford is in the midst of a rather large revamp. Cars are on the way out, replaced by a host of new trucks and SUVs that aim to further the Blue Oval’s global dominance of both categories. To field a full lineup and fill the void of those departing models, the automaker must obviously come up with a host of new products. Of which we know about a few already. They include, of course, the new Ford Bronco, Ranger, “Mach 1” SUV, and an unnamed “off-road small utility.”
Still, there are many more slots to fill in Ford’s future lineup. And to help clue us in (and stoke the fires of rumor mill), PR man extraordinaire Mike Levine recently tweeted this teaser pic. Sure, it’s nothing more than the shadowy silhouettes of 20 new vehicles set to hit the market in the next five years. But if you look closely and play connect the dots, perhaps it’s possible to gain some valuable clues.
New silhouettes! Bigger family! pic.twitter.com/xMzucWzN61
— Mike Levine (@mrlevine) August 31, 2018
We already know what most of these vehicles are. The F-150, Mustang, Ranger, Escape, EcoSport, (all-new) Explorer, Expedition, Bronco, Edge, Transit, and Super Duty are all locks. The Focus Active is presumably dead, along with the cancelled Flex. That leaves a lot of gaps.
For starters, we think that Ford will offer the Bronco in two-door, four-door, and possibly hybrid configurations. And don’t forget about the Mach 1 SUV, which thankfully won’t be called the Mach 1 after all.
Chances are, there are at least a couple of surprises here that we don’t yet know about. But that only makes us even more curious. And we want to know – what’s your best guess at Ford’s (near) future lineup?