Here Are the First Real Spy Shots of the Upcoming Ford Bronco
This isn't just a mashed-together test mule. This camouflaged off-roader looks like the real deal.
BY BRIAN SILVESTRO
JAN 14, 2020
The 2020 Ford Bronco is one of the most hotly anticipated cars this year. We've seen tons of rumors, test mules, and renderings, but now, for the first time, we're finally seeing pictures of the real truck in the flesh.
Our spy photographer recently captured these pictures of the upcoming Bronco driving through a snow-covered field. How can we tell this is the actual truck? Well, it looks totally different from the vehicle—likely a Ranger-based mule—shown in Ford's recent desert test video. The truck you see here sports a more boxy design, with a squared off off and fenders. It looks more like a G-Wagen, Wrangler, or Suzuki Jimny than anything in Ford's current lineup. It's clear Ford is aiming for the rugged, off-roading segment here.
This truck more closely resembles the Bronco R Baja race truck than anything we've seen before. This makes sense considering Ford used aspects of the production Bronco on the R model.
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