The company has hyped up the new Bronco all the more with these pics

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Ford is doing an excellent job of keeping up with all the hype surrounding the upcoming 2021 Bronco. The SUV is less than two weeks away from its launch and teasers are coming out more frequently.

The company started an Instagram page for the Bronco a couple of days back and has already posted a video where you can hear the Bronco grunting and rumbling on mountainous roads, and now, it has released a set of images showing the SUV’s front end.

Ford Knows How To Keep The Ball Rolling

Let’s run through all the posts the company has published over the last couple of days. In the first set there is one video where the Bronco can be seen playing around on muddy terrain. It comes courtesy of a front-facing camera, thus giving us an occupant’s point-of-view. It doesn’t show the Bronco per se, but you can hear it revving hard while drifting.

In the next set, the Bronco is shown from the front, but only the sides are teased. It shows the wing mirrors, the fenders, wheel arches, wing mirrors, and a teeny bit of the headlights and bumper. The rest of it is swapped with first-gen Bronco. Ford posted this with the caption – “When you bring back a legend, you have to pay your respects to what made that legend so legendary.”

Finally, the latest set shows the Bronco up front. Ford published three posts – two images and one video – that together make for the Bronco’s front-end. The images show the round headlights with LED Daytime Running Lamps that are unmistakably Bronco. In between these headlights is the ‘BRONCO’ branding in letters.

The 10-sec video in this set shows the Bronco’s LED lights come on when the ignition is turned on. You can hear the engine rumble at idle, but Ford has not revealed how the engine would sound when firing it up.

Just like the Mustang, there is no Ford logo here. Not that you need the Blue Oval for any added credibility here, but if you think about it, this is also in line with the news that Ford is planning to make the Bronco its sub-brand. Well, we can ponder over it some other day.

What We Know About The 2021 Ford Bronco So Far

  • The Bronco will debut on 13 July 2020
  • It is expected to be powered by the 2.7-liter, twin-turbocharged, V-6 EcoBoost mill
  • It will be mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission
  • A seven-speed manual transmission will be offered, but with six standard gears and one specifically for off-road crawling
  • Ford Ranger’s 2.3-liter, EcoBoost mill which makes 270 horses and 310 pound-feet of torque could be offered as an option as well
  • The Bronco Sport will be an urban compact SUV with a bias towards off-roading
  • The full-sized Bronco looks rugged and will come with removable doors and roof
  • It will feature something known as the G.O.A.T Mode
  • The Bronco is expected to come with an electronically adjustable suspension system
  • It could feature 24 different other suspension modes
  • The center console will feature a mix of buttons, knobs, and touch interface
  • A 12- or 13-inch touchscreen with Ford’s SYNC 4 system
  • Features like a 360-degree camera, auto start/stop system, dual-zone climate control will be available
  • Will be offered with two tire packages
  • Turn Assist Control like the Toyota Land Cruiser for shorter turning radius, wherein the inside rear wheel locks while the front tires move
  • Rumored to have front and rear locking diffs, and independent front suspension

Final Thoughts

The Bronco is one of the most-anticipated launches of this year. It had a lot of hype surrounding ever since the rumors surfaced that Ford is reviving it. To give credit where it’s due, Ford has nailed it with these teasers. The page is buzzing with constant updates every day, and with less than two weeks to go to the launch (debut’s slated for July 13), we can’t wait to see how Ford teases us until then.

2.3-liter EcoBoost specifications
Engine 2.3-liter EcoBoost
Horsepower 270 HP
Torque 310 LB-FT
Fuel economy city/highway/combined 21/26/26 combined
Transmission 10-speed automatic
Sidd Dhimaan
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Sidd joined the team in 2017 as an intern and in less than a year he earned a full-time position as an associate editor and junior automotive expert. He is currently our pickup truck expert and focuses his attention on heavy-duty and off-road vehicles.  Read full bio
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