2021 Ford Bronco Spotted Sans Camouflage

by Harish Kumar | 12/03/2020
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A new set of images surfaced on the social media has shown the 2021 Ford Bronco without camouflage.

The wait for the 2021 Ford Bronco is about to come to an end as the new SUV is set to have its global debut later this month. Ahead of its official premiere, the 2021 Ford Bronco has been completely revealed via a set of images emerged on the Internet, showing the entire exterior design of the vehicle.

2021 ford bronco exterior front three quarters

Source- The Raptor Connection via Instagram

The image shows the front three-quarter angle of the Ford Bronco in a place that seems like a factory. The overall design of Ford Bronco is all that we expect from the new model, being a boxy silhouette and squared-off proportions that makes its ruggedness.

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The new Ford Bronco gets circular LED running lamps along with a LED strip flanking the grille at the front. The beefy bumper of the new Bronco reminds us about the Wrangler Rubicon while the wide fenders and off-road tyres enhance the car’s sportiness. The new Bronco will have a swinging tailgate and a place for a spare wheel at the back

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We expect the 2021 Ford Bronco to be powered by a 2.3-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged engine along with a 2.7-inch V6 twin-turbo engine option, fulfilling the needs of more power from the enthusiasts. The new Ford Bronco will be showcased within this month and hit the showrooms in early 2021 in the international markets.

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For the uninitiated, the Ford Bronco has been an iconic off-roading SUV that went on sale in the period of 1966 to 1996. After 22 years after the last model rolling off the carmaker’s assembly line, the Ford Bronco nameplate will be revised by the company.

While there’s no information on the Ford Bronco making its way to India, the American carmaker has recently launched its BSVI-compliant range of cars including the hugely-popular Ford Endeavour. Also, the company is developing a new SUV that will be based on the next-gen Mahindra XUV500’s underpinnings.

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