Anticipation for the new Ford Bronco is starting to hit peak levels, and Ford has even teased the upcoming release on Instagram and in the movie Rampage starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.  The model used in this movie was based on a concept from back in 2004, but it's still enough to spark even more interest in the 2020 Ford Bronco. Beyond that, this 2004 concept may give some clues about what to expect from the upcoming release. Here's some of what we know so far about the 2020 Bronco.


2020 Ford Bronco Exterior Design

Ford released an image of the 2020 Bronco back in March… kind of. The photo was of the Bronco with a tarp draped over it, but it gives us some idea of what to expect from the interior. The design looks just as boxy as you would expect a Ford Bronco to be. It seems like there could be a little bit of rounding at the corners, but certainly not much. It almost looks like there could be a slight lip where the roof extends over the top of the windshield, but this might be due to the way the sheet hangs from the top of the car. Either way, we don't know for sure if this design has been completely finalized. One thing we can say for sure is that the long, flat hood and massive wheel wells will make for a uniquely recognizable vehicle.

2020 Ford Bronco Interior Design

Ford isn't spilling the beans about the new Bronco's interior. The manufacturer may try to incorporate some classic looks to capitalize on Ford Bronco enthusiasts' nostalgia, but you can expect that all the newest bells and whistles will still find a way into this truck. Ford has made it clear that this vehicle will offer a premium experience with all the smartest technology.

2020 Ford Bronco Performance

This Ford will be manufactured in Michigan along with the Ford Ranger, which the brand is also revitalizing, which hints that it will be a true truck (as expected). There have been reports that the automotive tech company Dana will outfit the Bronco with AdvanTEK solid axles in both the front and the rear, which means that drivers can expect superior off-road performance. We also know that all future Ford trucks will have a hybrid option, so you can expect to see that in the 2020 Bronco as well.

2020 Ford Bronco Pricing

Estimates for the 2020 Bronco's price generally start at $30,000, and higher trim levels could cost closer to $50,000, but Ford isn't giving too many hints about pricing, unfortunately. The good news is that Ford dealers offer great financing options, and that isn't likely to change by the time new Broncos hit the lots.

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While the new Ford Bronco won't be out for a while still, there are already plenty of great new Ford Trucks at Steve Marsh Ford in Milan, TN. Come check out Ford's most recent offerings, and talk about expectations for the 2020 Bronco with our knowledgeable staff. If you have any more questions about the future of the Ford Bronco, contact us today, and we'd love to chat with you about it.

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