It’s time to discuss what we know about the Ford Bronco, which is set to go on sale in the spring of 2020. Now, to be clear, this is the all-new model that wears a throwback name but boasts 21st-century engineering — and technology.
Earlier Broncos were available in five generations that first launched back in 1966. That original Bronco was a pretty basic SUV, but it became an immediate off-road favorite thanks to its highly capable powertrain and rugged good looks. Ford then went on to sell about 230,000 Broncos in total before stopping production after the 1996 model year. Why bring the “Bronco” name back 25 years later? With demand for SUVs being so high, the Blue Oval is betting that its brand-new Bronco can use that heritage for even more sales success.