2020 Ford Bronco Concept

Feb 25, 2016

Category: Rides

Step aside OJ, the Bronco appears poised to make a comeback. Though still in its conceptual phase, the folks over at Bronco 6G put together some renderings that are absolutely stunning for a 6th generation 2020 Bronco concept.

For this prototype, the fan forum kept the tradition alive with the classic round headlights, and square inset front grille. The body has taken on a more modern look of course, but still maintains the classic tough and boxy no frills design focusing on off-road capability and personal utility. According to Bronco 6G, Ford plans to manufacture the sixth-generation Bronco at Ford’s Michigan Truck Plant right here in the U.S. And although we’re still waiting on an official release from Ford itself, these fan renderings certainly adhere to the rough and rugged two-door 4×4 Bronco we all know and love from years prior.

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