2020 Ford Bronco rendered again, but this time with four doors

Yes, we know that the new generation Jeep Wrangler is ready and we know it’s going to be the best off-road SUV available without any doubt, but we don’t know for how long. We don’t know that because Blue Oval prepares comeback of the iconic nameplate, which will arrive as the 2020 Ford Bronco. Even though we heard a million rumors about the upcoming vehicle, we still don’t know a lot. For a start, we (and nobody else) can’t really say how it will look the 2020 Bronco. However, the people at Bronco6G.com have pretty good idea how it may look the long-awaited truck. More precisely, they did some pretty interesting concept renderings of the four-door model. If you don’t remember, they did something similar last year, but that was a two-door version.

2020 Ford Bronco

In any case, according to them, the 2020 Ford Bronco could easily look like the F-150 from the front. Okay, the renderings show some unique details such as headlights, taillights, and grille, but the overall design isn’t too different from the America’s best-selling vehicle. Even though the production model could easily arrive totally different from the model we are looking right now, we would be delighted to see at least some of the styling cues.

As far as we think, Ford may introduce both two- and four-doors models. The company sees how good goes the sale of the two-door Wrangler, so why would miss the chance of earning some extra money without any big problem?

2020 Ford Bronco

It’s too early to talk about SUV’s engines. However, our insiders claim that the vehicle needs to have boots gasoline and diesel options under the hood. The base model will definitely use a new 3.3-liter V6 unit capable of delivering 290 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque, while the topper should use a 2.7-liter Eco Boost V6 with at least 325 horsepower. The carmaker will not skip the chance to add a diesel mill, simply because the Wrangler prepares its own oil-burner. If this happens, the off-roader will probably use either a 3.0-liter Lion turbo-diesel V-6 or a new turbocharged 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel V-6.

Stay tuned for updates.

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