It seems like Ford is truly doing good with planning to remake the Bronco nameplate. It is not only bringing back the off-road SUV. There are rumors about that the Bronco will maybe pretty well rather use solid axles than a fully-independent suspension. As Toledo Blade says, Ford tapped the axle provider Dana to supply axles for the Bronco.
Prepare yourself, off-road lovers: it seems that the 2020 Ford Bronco that is coming will be more than just badge engineering exercise. As a report from Automotive News says, the unshowed SUV will pack firm axles in the front and the back, setting it squarely in the ever-capable Jeep Wrangler sights. AN cites axle supplier Dana, which said its
Moray Callum's newest retro ride is maybe offering a sneak into Ford's future. The chief designer of producer of a vintage vehicle enthusiast, is rolling around town these days in a black 1976 Bronco SUV. An employee sold it to him at Ford's last Wixom Assembly Plant. He says that, this car is his wife's favorite, out of
When Ford revealed that both the Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger will return this year at Detroit Auto Show, it was amusing news. But the rumors are little disappointing saying that the new Bronco would be a facelifted Ford Everest—a foreign-market SUV based on the Ranger—were. As Ford says, though, it's not necessary that this
There are gossips about making Ford Bronco in the U.S. Seems like evolvent of the off-roader has yet begun across the Pacific. As Australia-based Motoring reports, Ford’s engineering base in Australia is working hard evolving the new Bronco. Rumors say it could go into production by 2020. We expect the Bronco to ride on Ford’s