The 2021 Ford Bronco was scheduled to make its global debut at the 2020 Detroit Auto Show but it was unfortunately cancelled due to the virus outbreak.
The legendary Bronco, which was produced and marketed by Ford between 1965 and 1996, is set to return to Ford’s SUV lineup towards the end of this year or early 2021. The upcoming Ford Bronco will come in 2 distinctive avatars – the Bronco and Bronco Sport. While test mules of the Ford Bronco have emerged on the Internet multiple times, some digital artist from Bronco6G.com has imagined how the upcoming Bronco might look like in both 2-door and 4-door formats. The rendering of Ford Bronco also shows off the car’s white grille, white-coloured flared fenders along with a white detachable roof.
As reported earlier, the 2021 Ford Bronco will come with three different grille designs, namely Classic, Custom and Modern but the American carmaker may end up changing these names prior to the Bronco’s launch. Probably, we have seen the Modern grille design theme in the leaked spy images – that will include a black grille housing a bold Bronco lettering at the centre.
Just some months back, Ford has revealed that there would be 10 different exterior paint schemes for the Bronco, including Oxford White, Absolute Black, Race Red, Area 51, Lucid Red Pearl, Iconic Silver Metallic, Antimatter Blue Metallic, Carbonised Gray Metallic, Cyber Orange Pearl, and Fighter Jet Gray.
As per the rendered images, the upcoming Ford Bronco is staying with a boxy silhouette mixed with classic design philosophy. It get a tapered roof, two-tone bumpers, rounded headlamps with DRLs and rounded fog lamps. The four-door Bronco features a red paint scheme on its bodywork along with a tailgate-mounted spare wheel.
Earlier on, the 2021 Ford Bronco was scheduled to make its global debut at the 2020 Detroit Auto Show but it got cancelled due to the virus outbreak. However, Ford has already confirmed that the Bronco will be introduced to the world alongside its smaller version – Bronco Sport this spring.
For the uninitiated, the Ford Bronco Sport will share the same platform with the new Ford Escape in the international market. It still borrows the boxy stance and ruggedness from its bigger sibling. The Bronco Sport might be available with both FWD and RWD versions but the carmaker is yet to make a confirmation for the same. As for the Indian market, the country is showing very low interest in the petrol-powered lifestyle SUVs so we do not expect that the Bronco might make it to India.