It’s official, the 2020 Ford Bronco will hit dealers in just a few more years, announced earlier this week at the North American International Auto Show. It will be preceded by the return of the midsize Ranger in 2019, with both vehicles being assembled at Ford’s assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan. The Bronco is expected to get a 4×4 system, stout stance, and the signature circle headlights, but be nearly identical to the Ford Everest, a body-on-frame Australian-market 4×4 built on the Ranger platform. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The Bronco will receive minor front and rear styling changes to differentiate it from the Everest. Different interiors and drivetrains will be added for the US market,” reports Road and Track.