The Ford Bronco ended production in 1996 but it is back with a bang. Ford announced its comeback in 2017 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit adding that it aims to have this monster SUV back on the road by 2020.
Although speculation is rife that it may come over a little earlier, perhaps before the end of 2019. But what exactly is the Ford Bronco with respect to every element that makes it a formidable competitor? Truth is, there is still not so much we know about the Bronco, but at least we have speculations good enough to be believed.
The Bronco might dig into a 2.3-liter power plant. This could be a good donation from the Ford Ranger whose turbocharged unit produces 270 horsepower (201 kilowatts) and 310 pound-feet (420 Newton-meters) of torque.
Gifted with a 10-speed automatic to an all-wheel-drive system, the Range is one of the most exciting road monsters and such offerings would not be so bad on a massive SUV like the Ford Bronco. The coming of the Ford Bronco is extremely exciting news for family car buyers and lovers of big, modern machinery.
On the other hand, it comes at a time when manufacturers are invading the market with big machines carrying lots of modern technology. From this perspective, it is obvious that we are yet to see the best of engineering prowess in the industry.
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