Ford’s going all-out: This is the all-new Outdoor Brand.
They will build a whole community and lifestyle with the Bronco, including Off-Roadeo outdoor adventure playgrounds in four U.S. locations.
The Bronco’s official reveal is only a week away.
Ford will not only be selling three SUVs as part of the Bronco family, but they will also create a whole community and lifestyle around it. They are making a big deal out of the Bronco as all three models are engineered with Built Wild Extreme Durability Testing, Capability, and Innovative Design for segment-busting off-road abilities.
Ford’s idea to create a whole kinship surrounding the much-anticipated Ford Bronco SUVs, including the 2-door, the 4-door, and the Sport, is brilliant. Everyone loves belonging to something and the potential to be part of the Bronco family will be immensely appealing to many.
The Bronco holds a special place in truck lovers’ hearts, even if you’re not a diehard enthusiast. The momentum engendered by Ford’s announcement some two years ago has given rise to interest in all Bronco generations, especially the 1966-77 generations. It is on this that Ford will launch the all-new trucks and with them, the Bronco will introduce off-road driving schools and new Off-Roadeo outdoor adventure playgrounds in four U.S. locations starting next year. Those who want to dive deeper into the Bronco’s history and ownership experience can get their fill on the Bronco Nation forums. What’s more, Ford will be introducing new Bronco merchandise.
We’re certain that if you’re like us, you are impatiently waiting to see the real thing. We’re also very much looking forward to see firsthand if it will retain the original Bronco’s nickname: The G.O.A.T. (go over any type of terrain).