All About the New 2021 Ford Bronco in Baxley, GA

Back by popular demand, the legendary Ford Bronco will join Ford's robust stable of SUVs and crossovers. Previously, the Bronco was one of the world's leading 4x4 vehicles for over 30 years - spanning from the mid 60s until the mid 90s. The newly-revamped Ford Bronco will be laden with cutting-edge technological tools and a dynamic new look while remaining true to its rugged DNA. 

Let's take a look at back then to get a better understanding on what we can expect from the new 2021 Ford Bronco tomorrow.

The Ford Bronco Delivers 30 Years of Excellence

The Ford Bronco was initially introduced back in 1966. The original Ford Bronco was the shining beacon to adventurous off-roaders and thrill-seekers looking to explore. The options available on the Bronco during the illustrious 10 years of the first-generation included a CB radio, a power take-off, an auxiliary gas tank, a post-hole digger, and a winch. 

From this point, the Bronco would continue to dominate trails and remain in production for the next 30 years. In total, the Bronco enjoy five generations of excellence - evolving from 1966's version of a compact SUV into a robust SUV that shared width specs and height of the Ford F-150.

There's a New Bronco in the Ford Stable

The new rugged Bronco is slated to be a no-compromise, mid-size 4x4 SUV engineered for thrill seekers looking to explore where the pavement ends. It will be manufactured in the Wayne, Michigan at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant, which is the exact plant where the Bronco was built from 1966 through 1996. It's expected to be built on a Ford Ranger frame, which means its likely to share this mid-size truck's off-road prowess. In either case, Ford officials have confirmed the new Bronco will undoubtedly be a vehicle in its own class-standing apart from anything Ford has produced before.

How Many Ponies Will the Ford Bronco Have?

If you're wondering about what will be under the hood of the new Ford Bronco, the new Ford Ranger may offer real insight. It's suspected it may come equipped with the Ranger's 2.3L Turbo Four Cylinder engine that produces an impressive 310 lb.-ft. of torque and up to 270 HP. Ford also offers multiple twin-turbo V6 engines. While a seven-speed manual may be an option, we're expecting the Bronco to come equipped with the super-efficient 10-speed automatic transmission.

Maintaining the Boldly Boxy Design

To keep the classic design everyone loves but also bring the Bronco into the 21st century,  Ford recently applied for two different patents that should find their way into the new design, including:
  • A dual-layer retractable cloth that can be completely removed for open-air mode or partially drawn back. 
  • A patent for versatile and innovative removable doors that is ideal for off-road use. 

Contact Woody Folsom Ford to Learn More About the New 2021 Ford Bronco

Simply put, we're beyond excited about the new 2021 Ford Bronco. And we would love to share more information with you about this new vehicle. Contact Woody Folsom Ford today to stay up to date on the dynamic new Ford Bronco.

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