We have many new juicy details about the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco (aka. the full-size Bronco) that is based on the new Ford Ranger truck. This new information is unofficial, but it comes to us from two independent sources who have insider knowledge from recent Ford dealership meetings.
While this news is primarily focused on the big Bronco, there is also a little bit of information about the upcoming “baby Bronco”, upcoming “Mustang SUV”, and the upcoming 2021 Ford F-150.
2021 Ford Bronco
Once again, this information comes from two separate anonymous sources that corroborate the news. This is not an official statement from Ford.
These latest reports confirm that the upcoming “full-size” Bronco will be available in two-door and four-door configurations. It will be offered with a manual transmission. At least one version of the Bronco will come with 33-inch off-road tires. The off-roader will have “removable doors that can be stored inside the vehicle”. It will offer removable soft or hard top options.
Most importantly, the new 2021 Ford Bronco is said to be officially revealed in the “second half of November”.
The 2019 L.A. Auto Show is happening this November (18th – 21st, 2019). Please stay tuned and we will keep you updated with all the official details.
We also have many Ford U.S. patent applications that may or may not relate to the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco. Before we list the potentially relevant patent applications, here are the news about the other vehicles discussed at the dealership meetings.
The “Baby Bronco”
This 2020 Ford Escape-based compact off-roader is said to be name the “Ford Bronco Sport”.
The upcoming electric Mustang-inspired SUV is yet to be named. It’s sometimes referred to as “Mach One” or “Mach-E”. It’s said to have a driving electric range of around 300 miles. There is also a statement that Ford will install electric charging station at dealerships to facilitate the ease of charging.
2021 Ford F-150
The thoroughly updated truck will offer a “digital dash” on all models expect the base XL models. The center screen on the new F-150 will be similar in size to the one currently available in the 2020 Ford Explorer (which has a 10-inch vertical screen).
Here are some of the patent application that may apply to the upcoming Ford Bronco. This includes a rear hatch curtain, removable doors with safety structure inside, a-pillar mounted side mirrors with flood lights, removable roof that can turn into a awning, and a modular front grille.