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2021 Bronco

Thanks to tseekins this forum is now the 2021 Bronco forum, available in 2020, according to Ford's own into here: https://www.ford.com/future-vehicles/
 
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What a **** tease.... Haha. Come on Ford, lift that skirt a little higher...
 
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What a **** tease.... Haha. Come on Ford, lift that skirt a little higher...
Ford is lifting the roof and removing the doors. Now it is time for skin to win! Lol lol
 
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Let's keep it G rated guys.
 
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Ok so now Ford has decided to push it back til 2021? Why are they still not sharing any real information? Why have there been no spy shots shown of what it will look like? Is Ford trying to master the game of "Anticipation-Building"? Or are they simply hiding the fact that they really don't have anything worth sharing? Ford is calling this a "serious off-roader" These days that means it might see a snow-covered gravel road road on the way to freshly plowed Walmart parking lot, the way most people use their 4x4's. And for that they think they need selectable drive modes and e-locking diffs on both drive axles. I'm not saying the Bronco is going to have these options, I'm just suggesting that's become the new trend in 4wd vehicles. I've heard a rumor that the Bronco will feature the same 2.3 Ecoboost motor that is found in the Ranger. But then I've also heard a rumor that the Bronco will feature a 5.0 Coyote motor. So what does the rumor mill know anyway? Nothing that's what!
I've seen concept photos and spyshots of some mythical "baby Bronco", which isn't found anywhere on Ford's website; however there has been no real information come forth so far about this so called Bronco except that it will be built on the chassis of the Ranger.
 
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Still nothing new! lol
 
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... there has been no real information come forth so far about this so called Bronco except that it will be built on the chassis of the Ranger.
That isn't quite right either. Unless having the chassis be first used by the Bronco for a couple years then appearing in the Ranger makes it "the chassis of the Ranger."

It might be equally accurate to say that the Bronco and F150 will share a chassis if reports from Australia are correct. That is not saying the Bronco will be fullsize, but that there will be a new truck or heavy vehicle platform with scalable components. Part of Ford's overall future design philosophy that means all of their vehicles are built on 1 of 5 platforms -- a couple of which are cars, and one or two more electrics.
 
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Ok so now Ford has decided to push it back til 2021? Why are they still not sharing any real information? Why have there been no spy shots shown of what it will look like? Is Ford trying to master the game of "Anticipation-Building"? Or are they simply hiding the fact that they really don't have anything worth sharing? Ford is calling this a "serious off-roader" These days that means it might see a snow-covered gravel road road on the way to freshly plowed Walmart parking lot, the way most people use their 4x4's. And for that they think they need selectable drive modes and e-locking diffs on both drive axles. I'm not saying the Bronco is going to have these options, I'm just suggesting that's become the new trend in 4wd vehicles. I've heard a rumor that the Bronco will feature the same 2.3 Ecoboost motor that is found in the Ranger. But then I've also heard a rumor that the Bronco will feature a 5.0 Coyote motor. So what does the rumor mill know anyway? Nothing that's what!
I've seen concept photos and spyshots of some mythical "baby Bronco", which isn't found anywhere on Ford's website; however there has been no real information come forth so far about this so called Bronco except that it will be built on the chassis of the Ranger.
Show me where Ford ever stated they were producing a 2020 Bronco.

Two years from release, and you're angry because they won't show you a picture?

It's their business.
 
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Show me where Ford ever stated they were producing a 2020 Bronco.

Two years from release, and you're angry because they won't show you a picture?

It's their business.
In the initial presentation they said Ranger in 2019 and Bronco in 2020. The Ford website stated for quite some time up until a few months ago the Bronco 2020. Which has now changed to Bronco 2021 available in 2020.

Ford.ca still just says 2020 with nothing about 2021.
 
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"Coming in 2020" and model year 2020 are two entirely different things.
 
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"Coming in 2020" and model year 2020 are two entirely different things.
This... so much this.... why can't people understand this. It's been known for a long time that it's a model year 2021 available to purchase in late 2020 . Ever since the leak about the doors, mirrors, and removable top that's the info that has been known

I'm about done with this section cz it's just people crying about how it's not out yet and we don't have any pictures yet. SSDD
 
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I was just pointing out how ford.com had changed from Bronco 2020 to Bronco 2021 coming in 2020. But ford.ca still just says Bronco 2020.

If you want to leave than by all means please do. It is a forum for enthusiasts after all and people are excited for this. Why get mad at people for wanting more than just an extremely rudimentary mule 2 years on.
 
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I was just pointing out how ford.com had changed from Bronco 2020 to Bronco 2021 coming in 2020. But ford.ca still just says Bronco 2020.

If you want to leave than by all means please do. It is a forum for enthusiasts after all and people are excited for this. Why get mad at people for wanting more than just an extremely rudimentary mule 2 years on.
It's annoying checking for updates and it's just another user crying over nothing. Enthusiasts are excited for what's to come not cry and complain ford hasn't released enough info, or speculate ford will fail before any info is released.
 
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Guys speculating about failure **** me off too. Canít comment on something like that until we even know what it looks like and whatnot.
 
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There's been a lot of speculation for sure. Here is what I learned today directly from a test engineer, that is working down in Atlanta at the Lockheed wind tunnel, testing all Ford products.
2.3 and 2.7 offered
Removable doors and top
2 and 4 door, two different wheelbases
Styling size is retro to original Bronco, 1965-1977, not a full size built on a 150 platform.
He knows my likes and dislikes when it comes to trucks, he said, "You WILL like this"!
Sorry if any is a repeat for you guys, just a headsup to me from a guy that knows.
 

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