New Leaked Image Shows Us What the 2021 Ford Bronco Looks Like With Its Top Off
The Bronco looks the best in the roof-less, door-less avatar!by Sidd Dhimaan, on
Ford is going all guns blazing leading to the unveiling event. From starting an official page on Instagram just a month before its debut to planning long-slot commercials well in advance, Ford is giving the reincarnated moniker the royal treatment it deserves. The planning is so intricate that even the reveal plan for the Bronco is planned well in advance.
According to Bronco6g, Ford will be releasing a teaser showing the silhouette of all the different body types – including the two-door version – of the Bronco on July 6. Not just this; the image that will be posted is also leaked on the forum!
The Bronco Is 2021 Looks Ready To Go Off-Roading!
The teaser shows the four-door Bronco, the Bronco Sport, and the two-door Bronco without the top and the doors.
The drop-top and removable doors option will play a big role in the Bronco’s sales and Ford understands that too. Ford has filed patents for the removable doors and is trying to make the process as simple as possible so that Bronco owners can take them out with ease. In fact, the owners will be able to store the doors inside the SUV instead of leaving them out in the garage. Another good thing here, unlike the Wrangler, is that the wing mirrors will be mounted on the A-pillar instead of the doors so that they stay on the frame even when the doors are taken out.
Another user also tried to work out the dimensions of the two-door Bronco vis-à-vis the two-door Jeep Wrangler. We won’t get into the details of the measurement estimations here and will wait for the official dimensions to be announced. Another post on the forum also gave out the social media teaser schedule. If true, Ford will be releasing the teaser you see here sometime later today.
Ford Ties Up With Disney To Reveal The Bronco On The Latter’s Media Network
The Blue Oval will be revealing the Bronco on July 13 all across Disney’s media network. It will be broadcasted on cable and digital platforms, including ABC, ESPN, National Geographic, and Hulu. This is the first time that Disney will be broadcasting branded content during prime time.
Jim Farley, Ford’s COO, said, “Ford Bronco is an icon that has captured people’s imaginations and inspired them to explore the most remote corners of America and the world since the 1960s.”
He further added, “As a new era for Bronco begins, we’re proud to tap the strengths of epic adventurers like Jimmy Chin and Disney storytellers to help bring Bronco to life and inspire millions of people to get out into the wild.”
Where And When Can You Watch It?
This is how the Bronco’s reveal will take place on Disney’s network, according to Automotive World:
On ABC, the Bronco will be featured in a three-minute film starring country music singer Kip Moore during “CMA Best of Fest,” the Country Music Association’s three-hour concert experience, airing Monday, July 13 (8:00–11:00 p.m. ET).
On ESPN, a film featuring a different Bronco model and professional climber Brooke Raboutou will air during “SportsCenter.”
On National Geographic, Academy Award-winning director and acclaimed cinematographer, photographer and professional climber Jimmy Chin will spotlight another Bronco during “National Parks: Yosemite.” Additionally, Chin will judge a hashtag challenge contest and appear in an Instagram Story featuring the Bronco on NatGeo’s Instagram account.
All three custom films will be available on-demand on Hulu on July 14. The films will be available to viewers through interactive ad formats, and within a curated collection of outdoor and survival-themed content aligned with the Bronco lifestyle.
The videos will also be aired on Ford channels. It will be streamed on Ford’s YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels starting at 8:00 p.m. ET on July 13. Here, of course, it will be more detailed.
What We Know About The 2021 Ford Bronco So Far
- The Bronco will debut on 13 July 2020
- You can reserve your Bronco post the reveal for $100
- Debut to be streamed on Disney’s Network and on Ford’s social media and digital platforms
- 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 especially 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
- Stuff 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
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