The new Ford Bronco will be revealed in July
The original date was scheduled for March but was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic
It looks like we will get our first glimpse of the new 2021 Ford Bronco next month, although all we have to go on right now is a July 2020 reveal date. According to Bronco forum Bronco 6G, the reveal will be virtual, probably from Ford’s headquarters in Dearborn.
The original date for the new Ford Bronco unveil was March of this year, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of that event. As for the Ford Bronco’s little brother, the Bronco Sport, it was scheduled for the New York Auto Show in April, but that was cancelled as well. It’s not clear at the moment if the July unveil will have both new Bronco models.
Ford has been hit harder than most automakers when it comes to postponing product reveals and debuts. The brand has three very important models including the 2021 Ford F-150 and Ford Mustang Mach E that were supposed to be unveiled or debut during the pandemic. The 2021 Ford F-150 will now debut at the end of June.
As for the Bronco, numerous leaks have hit the web so we kind of already know what it will look like, but it will be great to have confirmation. More importantly, we can’t wait to learn more about its features and powertrain. Previous reports include a possible removable top for the Bronco and some pretty impressive off-road capability.