A Deep Look To The New 2020 Ford Bronco

2020 Ford Bronco Performance

Ford Bronco an American Car with muscle look and muscle capability, with this car in your hand you can drive to any type of road like a champ, Bronco just a fantastic SUV that ever made Ford Motor Company 🙂 but the great news is The Ford motor will give their best to The New Bronco Edition that will come out for 2020 model year, So Let see deeper to This New 2020 Ford Bronco.

2020 Ford Bronco Concept Design

What New?

For 2020 Model Year, The Bronco is short; it has a short wheelbase, looks boxy and angular, has a spare tire on the back door (just where it should), and features a somewhat classic look that is usually associated with older SUVs. Now, a layout like this does promise one thing – only two doors. For over two years I’ve been reading that the new Bronco will be a five-door SUV. Many reported that Ford simply could not produce a two-door Bronco as no one would buy it. However, after seeing this teaser, I am thinking that the Ford PR team did a great job of making us believe that the new Bronco will be a five-door. Now, this could be a plot twist that will get us all excited. A new two-door Bronco. Astounding.

The Engine

For the US market, the Ranger gets a version of Ford’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-four that once found a home in the Focus RS. It makes 270 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque in the Ranger, and it’s paired with a 10-speed automatic gearbox. Considering they share a platform, it’s reasonable to expect the Bronco and Ranger will share an engine and transmission.

the Bronco might get a seven-speed manual transmission to be paired with Ford’s 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6. Presumably, if the Bronco does get this engine, it’ll likely be paired with a 10-speed auto, too. In the Edge ST, Ford’s 2.7-liter makes 335 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, while it offers 325 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque in the F-150.

Pricing & Availability

The Bronco is scheduled to come to the market in 2020, The 2020 Ford Bronco will probably start at $35,000 with the top of the line models selling for $50k. Apart from appearing in the U.S., the Bronco will be a global effort, so it will probably have diesel engines available for some markets.

References/Source: TopSpeed.com, Roadandtrack.com