The Ford Bronco over the years: A brief history

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On Monday night the sixth-generation Ford Bronco will launch, making it the first Bronco in the company’s lineup since 1996. The off-road SUV available in two or four doors with removable doors and a removable roof will compete with the Jeep Wrangler, much as it did when Ford VP Lee Iacocca approved the first model for 1966. At...

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Published on July 13, 2020 -
Watch Live! Ford Unveils The All New 2021 Bronco
After years of leaks, rumors, and boundless speculation, Ford confirmed that it’s finally bringing the Bronco SUV back to North American showrooms. The timing is certainly right: Gas prices are relatively low, motorists are buying SUVs faster than car companies can build them, and the footage of O.J. Simpson on the run is gathering dust along with the Sega Saturn in the pantheon of 1990s history. After first confirming the new Bronco in 2017, Ford is finally ready to reveal the reborn SUV. The reveal will be live-streamed today - Monday, July 13, at 8:00 p.m. ET

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