Get ready for many more 2020 Ford Bronco renderings. This time it’s the four-door version of the highly anticipated SUV off-roader, courtesy of Bronco6G.com. Most official details are not yet known, but we do know that the Bronco will be based on a modified Ford Ranger T6 frame. We also know that the upcoming 2019 Ford Ranger and Ford Bronco will be produces at Ford’s Wayne Michigan plant.
In the world of unibody crossovers, a body-on-frame 4×4 off-roader is a welcomed concept.
While two-door versions of the Ford Bronco made it famous, the next generation of the adventurous SUV will likely be a four-door. The blocky body panels, a lifted stance, and beefy off-road tires sure look cool. If the next Bronco looks much like these renderings, it will be a very serious competitor to the Jeep Wrangler (specifically the upcoming JL Wrangler).
Please note, these are not official images from Ford. The folks at Bronco6G.com report on the new design feature, referred to as “Air Roof”, which consists of several removable hard roof panels that allow for open air motoring. The concept is similar to the roof panels found in the Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Renegade.
For more renderings, check out the Ford Bronco6G.com Forums.
Here is our take on the upcoming Ford Bronco.