The Bronco is the SUV that many people expect in the United States. It was initially designed as a work vehicle, but it later became a competitor for the Wrangler. Unfortunately, it was interrupted in 1996 and replaced by the expedition. This became a much larger car than that, and for that Ford, it was left without a compact crossover to compete with the Wrangler. The first concept for an upcoming Bronco was released in 2004, but nothing was said about it. Last year, rumors about a 2018 Ford Bronco began to unfold, but Ford drove them off and said they were not currently working on such a car.
2018 Ford Bronco Changes
Unfortunately we have not had the chance to see development mules for Ford Bronco 2018. This is probably because Ford is doing the development work on the Ranger that will share most of its foundations with the Bronco. Even so, we expect Bronco to have a modern and classic look similar to that of its main competitors. This would certainly be one of the most interesting offers of his class while giving Ford a very capable car able to compete with more cars than just one. In the front, the Bronco is expected to take design guidance from the original, but its rear end will probably share a little more with the Ranger. This would allow them to develop the car at lower cost, especially as it will have an aluminum body.
Interior of Bronco
Here, the Bronco will probably have a dashboard, a group of instruments and an overall equipment very similar to those of the Ranger. They could add more sturdy upholstery, a different seating layout and more off-road-oriented options on high-end models. Some also suggested that Bronco could boast of 7 places in some versions that would definitely give him an advantage over some of his rivals.
2018 Ford Bronco Engine
The base model of the 2018 Bronco Ford will more than likely receive a good EcoBoost turbo four 2.0-liter product for about 250 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. This should be more than enough to allow the car to go just about anywhere. A more powerful EcoBoost V6 with more than 300 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque is also a real possibility. Like its main competitor, Bronco is also ready to receive a diesel powertrain offering approximately 200 horsepower and more than 350 lb.-ft. of torque. All should be available with a choice of manual 6-speed or 10-speed automatic. The four-wheel drive transmission will be available as standard, while the high-end models should receive an electronic torque vectoring system instead of the usual lockable deviations.