The Ford unveiling on Monday is a very big deal for many people – including us – and during theThe blue oval's disclosure timeline may have been delayed (along with ) the pandemic did one thing that should work pretty well for you: see how Bronco is revealed live with us.
The corona virus has resulted in the Bronco's unveiling being switched to an online format rather than an auto show or private event. Now you can lean back in your best sweatpants today at 5 p.m. Pacific / 8 p.m. Eastern and watch the tide break away from what may be the coolest American SUV since Ford stopped putting Eddie Bauer badges on. Maybe even cooler.
Yes it wasBut if you're like us, you were just looking forward to seeing the unveiling. We are not satisfied with just one picture and neither should you be. If you're all excited, you're probably wondering exactly how you should watch Ford unveil its new SUVs. The good news is that it will be easy. All you have to do is bookmark this article and visit again (or click this link), and you'll be in the virtual front row with all of us auto journalists.
Here's a leaked photo of the two-door Bronco to show you that it's worth it to be happy.
If you don't see the full unveiling and just want to see the highlights, you can check out ABC, ESPN, the National Geographic Channel, and Hulu, all of which broadcast excerpts of the celebrations during other programs. ABCs are broadcast during the Country Music Association's "Best Of Fest", while ESPNs are broadcast during the SportsCenter. NatGeo will appear during the national parks: Yosemite and Hulu will broadcast the various spots along with a curated collection of outdoor and off-road content. Still, your best choice for the most extensive unveiling presentation is right here – Ford is planning a longer presentation on YouTube than on those networks.
If you're still on the fence over the Bronco, we offer a quick refresher. To begin with, the Bronco returns after a quarter-century hiatus to find most of its biggest competitors (, RamCharger etc.) Push up the daisies. Unfortunately for Ford, the Jeep Wrangler still exists, and it has spent the intervening decades sharpening its teeth off-road and becoming a much more livable vehicle. There is also a new and very convincing new one I only come to the market.
We know that the new Bronco will not be a single model, but a family. Broncos will be available in a larger off-roader format with a more traditional design and a smaller, crossover-like Bronco Sport version. The big Bronco will have a solid rear axle and independent front suspension, and will be available in some great colors. It will have oneOption as well as a 10 speed automatic and it will likely from a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder or an optional 2.7-liter turbo V6. The Baby Bronco will share some of its hardware with Ford's new one However, significantly more off-road capability is promised.
In addition, you have to wait until today for the sheet to come off to find out more.
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AutoComplete shows you the leaked Ford Bronco