Next-gen Ford Bronco confirmed when UAW rep takes Trump bait

Last Updated: October 9, 2016By Tags: , , ,

Ford indicates about planning to add four SUVs to its lineup, inducing Ford Bronco rumours. Last week, Bill Johnson, answered to Detroit questions and confirmed all rumours. Questions were about the producer’s continued investment in Michigan.

“We hate to see the products go to Mexico, but with the Ranger and the Bonco coming to Michigan Assembly. That absolutely secures the future for our peple a lot more than the Focus does.”

Saying this, Johnson was replicating at stricture from presidential candidate Donald Trump. Donald assaulted Ford for planning to move Ford C-Max and Focus production to Mexico.

Ford pledged another model by 2020

Agreement discussion among the UAW and Ford made tumble in the press last year. Mostly beacuse of Ford”s statement uncovering that a „new product“ is going in production, As part of the contract, at the Michigan Assembly Plant in 2018. Ford pledged another model by 2020. Latest comments by Johnson were his suggests that it will be a midsize Ranger truck. Also that it will go up against the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado.

Bronco displayed a return by the forum Bronco6G above — will have to be designed from the ground up. Production of the Ranger in Michigan will be more sincere case since Ford is already offering a Ranger in a number of world markets. Australia and the U.K. are also included in offer. The Ranger has been in production since 2011. We will probably able to see a complete redesign before 2020. Its replacement will probably be model that enters production in Michigan.

If the Bronco launches in 2018, it can be in competition directly with an all-new Jeep Wrangler. Of course, if we assume that Ford’s new model is much better than the older compact Bronco. Alternatively, a new Bronco may be larger for a size or two. Also hiving the dimensions of that model left in 1996 and using F-150 design as a basis.

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