The Ford Bronco is coming back in 2020 and Bronco6G went ahead to create a new 4-door rendering of the upcoming off-roader.
A few days ago, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared an image from the shooting location of his upcoming action-adventure movie Rampage. The Instagram pic got us hooked, thanks to the presence of the 2004 Ford Bronco concept in it. Meanwhile, Ford PR emphasized that the concept’s role in the movie is no indication of the upcoming SUV looking anything like the decade-old design.
A lot of SUV fans and hardcore lovers of the original Bronco are waiting not-so-patiently for anything related to the 2020 vehicle to chew on. Unfortunately, Ford isn’t giving them anything much to sink their teeth into.
In comes this – a computer-generated rendering which was created by the folks at Bronco6G, an online Ford Bronco fan community.
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These are the same bunch of people who came up with that amazingly-detailed rendering of the 6th generation Ford Bronco concept in its 2-door form. Their latest attempt adds 2 more doors to the equation and the end result is a design which is on par with some of the best efforts that we have ever seen online.
Just as their 2-door concept, the new 4-door rendering merges design elements from the classic Ford Bronco, the 2004 concept (yep, the one which stars in Rampage) and also from the new line of Ford SUVs and pickup trucks.
The forum’s designers have revised the design to integrate aspects like the Ford Ranger platform on which the upcoming Bronco is based and features like “Air Roof” which is a cooler name for removable roof panels. Overall, we love what they have done and in all likelihood, someone high up the Ford hierarchy is also taking a look at these images right now.
And the Jeep Wrangler is going to be in serious trouble once the Bronco returns to the field in 2020.