Ford continues showing parts of the upcoming Bronco in the photos posted on Instagram. The latest ones reveal the SUV’s rear end on the sand.
In nine images available, we can get a glimpse of a huge spare tire, the rear quarter-panel and prominent taillight.
Ford says they are CGI (computer generated) ones, not real themselves, but based on a real vehicle.
The manufacture also mentions that “an all-new off-road-capable Bronco calls for a new off-road-capable tire”. So, expect to know details about the Bronco’s tire sets at a reveal event.
Ford Motor Co. partners with Disney on the Ford Bronco premiere. The 2021 Ford Bronco will be fully unveiled in 10 days, on July 13, 2020, “across Disney’s broadcast, cable, digital and streaming properties”.
The model will enter the market in 2021. It will be in 2- or 4-door variants, offer a decent choice of powertrains, configurations, and prices, as a consequence.
We believe the Bronco will provide more standard features and cost a bit more than its rival, the Jeep Wrangler. The estimated starting price is from $32,495.