Specific timing for when the new Ford Bronco will be out prowling the streets and trails has been revealed.
According to a report from Automotive News, the 2021 Bronco will make its debut in March 2020 while the smaller model, nicknamed the Baby Bronco, is expected to debut in April, possibly at the New York Auto Show.
On sale dates for the pair of SUVs does not lineup with the reveal timing, as the small Bronco model will be available first, before the end of 2020, while full-size Bronco buyers will have to wait until early 2021 for deliveries to begin.
To compete with Jeep and keep buyers happy, hundreds of accessories have already ben developed for the Bronco to make sure that buyers will be able to add tons of parts before the SUV leaves the dealer.
The 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder is expected to live under the hood of the Bronco, likely hooked to a ten-speed automatic just like in the Ranger.
Many prototypes have been spotted showing us the Bronco, confirming that there will be two- and four-door models and that it appears like a hardcore version is coming. Bronco Raptor anyone?
Luckily we don’t have long to wait now, so make sure you come back to TFLOffroad in March to see the full 2021 Ford Bronco.