According to the fresh information from Motor1, the new Ford Bronco will have its world debut this spring despite the coronavirus.
Yesterday it was reported the model could delay for “a couple of months”. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the schedules of all automakers, including Ford. Because of shutdowns, they have to postpone the launches of their all-new and refreshed vehicles.
Thus, the baby Bronco Sport premiere, which should have been held at New York this month, is moved to August 2020.
The carmaker was going to preview the larger sibling in March, but, for obvious reasons, the event did not take place.
As many other manufacturers, Ford is keeping almost its entire operation on pause. Its European factories will be closed until May 4 at the earliest. The North American facilities are also in the state of uncertainty.
If Ford still promises to unveil the Bronco SUV in the spring of 2020, we wonder, whether it will be in the form of a full-fledged debut event or just an online presentation.
Let’s follow the news from Ford…