2021 Ford Bronco Model Overview at Joe Rizza Ford

Key Features

  • Starting MSRP Coming Soon
  • Expected unveiling in late 2020 for release during the 2021 model year
  • Available in both two-door and four-door configurations
  • Truck-based, body-on frame construction for outstanding off-road capability
  • Removable doors and hardtop
  • To be assembled in the USA in Wayne, Michigan - the original home for the production of the Ford Bronco from 1966 through 1996
  • Anticipated hybrid powertrain availability in addition to traditional gasoline engines
  • Rugged exterior appearance with boxy profile

Ford Bronco Logo

About the All-New Ford Bronco

Back by popular demand, the Ford Bronco is returning to the United States to build upon its legacy as one of the world's leading 4X4 vehicles. From the mid-sixties through the mid-nineties, the Ford Bronco remained a perennial favorite among SUV shoppers for its sharp styling and proven performance capabilities. Expected to be unveiled in mid-2020 for the 2021 model year, the all-new Bronco will launch in both two-door and four-door configurations to meet the needs of all types of SUV buyers.

While official details are yet to be released, there are a few things which have been confirmed surrounding the all-new Ford Bronco. First, all Bronco models will be proudly assembled in the USA in Wayne, Michigan which was the original home of Bronco assembly from 1966 through 1996. Those with a never-ending thirst for adventure will be excited to learn that the new Bronco will be available with removable doors and a removable hardtop.

Powertrain details have not been finalized, but there is an expectation that the all-new Bronco will have traditional gasoline engine options along with hybrid/electric powertrain options as well. Rumors suggest that a 10-speed automatic transmission will be available along with the possibility for a manual transmission. For the latest updates and news surrounding the launch of the all-new Ford Bronco, stay in touch with Joe Rizza Ford.

Ford Bronco Timeline & Generation History

First Generation Ford Bronco

First Generation (1966-1977)

Lee Iacocca and Donald Frey, credited with designing the iconic Ford Mustang, teamed up to design the Bronco as a direct competitor to the Jeep CJ. Classified as a compact SUV, the original Bronco helped many first-time owners experience the freedom, versatility, and off-road capabilities of an SUV. First-gen models were available in 3-door station wagon, 2-door pickup, and roadster variants.

Second Generation Ford Bronco

Second Generation (1978-1979)

Due to the fuel crisis of the 1970s, production of the second-gen Bronco was delayed until 1977 for the 1978 model year. Now exclusively a 3-door SUV, the Bronco also had grown in size to join the full-size SUV segment. Now based on the Ford F-Series line of pickups, the second-gen Bronco also saw the debut of the iconic rear window which lowered into its rear tailgate.

Third Generation Ford Bronco

Third Generation (1980-1986)

The third generation of the Ford Bronco quickly addressed the shortcomings of the prior model. Now more lightweight and equipped with more fuel-efficient powertrains including a six-cylinder engine, the third-gen Bronco was a more attractive option for potential SUV buyers. Its new independent front suspension made the Bronco more comfortable on the road without sacrificing off-road abilities. In 1984, the compact Bronco II was also launched as a smaller alternative for young couples and single drivers.

Fourth Generation Ford Bronco

Fourth Generation (1987-1991)

As the Ford F-Series truck lineup began to evolve, so did the Ford Bronco. The updated pickup served as the basis for the fourth-generation Bronco which was introduced in 1987. Notable updates to this model included electronic fuel injection and rear anti-lock brakes. Special edition variants included the Eddie Bauer edition, a Nite option package, and the Silver Anniversary Edition which helped signify 25 years of production.

Fifth Generation Ford Bronco

Fifth Generation (1992 - 1996)

The fifth-gen Ford Bronco was produced until 1996 when the model went on hiatus. Significant safety enhancements found on these versions included front crumple zones, a driver-side airbag, and three-point seatbelts. As market interests shifted towards four-door SUVs with two or more rows of seating, Ford decided to discontinue the Bronco.

Ford Bronco Teaser Image

Sixth Generation (2021-?)

Over two decades have passed since the last Ford Bronco rolled off the assembly line. Now with this iconic SUV slated to return, it's your chance to experience the adventurous spirit that made the Bronco a fan-favorite.

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