2020 Ford Bronco is the upcoming mid-sized SUV that marks the return of the Bronco name after the model was discontinued in 1996. Here are some specifications of the 2020 Ford Bronco. Bronco will be a mid-size SUV roughly 190 inches in length, and it will have rugged styling cues. It will have departure angles which makes it capable of off-road driving. The interior of this SUV will have two rows of seating for five people.
The rear seats can be split-fold with ample cargo room. Bronco will have mid-size five-doors. As for the powertrain, it is expected to be powered by a range of turbocharged four and six-cylinder engines mated to the Ford 10-speed automatic transmission.
According to Automotive News, Bronco will have the features of removing hardtop and doors which can be stored in the truck. This was also one of the big appeals of Wrangler has the doors and roof were removable. Moreover, the mirrors will be placed on pillars and not on the doors as on a Wrangler.
This means that you still can have mirrors when you take the doors off. When Bronco was announced, it was confirmed that the mid-size Range would make a return. Ford global operations president Joe Hinrichs confirmed to Road & Track that the Bronco and the Ranger would share a platform.
Ranger might be new for the US, but it is an old truck which was released in the Asia-Pacific market in 2010. But it received a significant update in 2015, and for the US, the platform was modified even further still with a new, fully-boxed frame. The price of Bronco will start low in the $30,000 range. The 2020 Ford Bronco is expected to become available in the middle of the 2019 calendar year as a 2020 model year vehicle.