2020 Ford Bronco Concept SUV

Apr 3, 2018

Category: Rides

It’s only been a couple weeks since Ford released their latest teaser of the 2020 Bronco we’ve all be waiting so patiently for, but we’re already chomping at the bit again. Like many fans, we’re ready to know what we’re in for, though there’s little we can do to quell our thirst. Unlike us, industrial designer Mo Aoun decided that, instead of waiting, he’d just create his own version of the impending vehicle.

The project, titled simply Bronco2020, appears to be markedly larger than the vehicle under the sheet in the official teaser. And that’s not a bad thing, at all. In fact, this rendering looks like a fully-loaded off-road ready SUV that could easily topple the likes of the Jeep Wrangler in a showdown. From its gargantuan tires to the light rig on the hood, this Bronco is begging to tear through the mud, dirt, sleet, and snow. And we just hope that, when the official Ford version is finally unveiled, it looks at least something like this.

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