The great deal has been made between the two large companies such as the UAW and the Ford. The Ford Bronco wasn’t available in the US market for a couple of years, but this is all going to change now with the Ford’s investment in the 2017 Ford Bronco that will be worth $ 700,000,000. Of course, this big amount of money isn’t only for the Ford Bronco but will also be divided between the Ford Ranger and this model.
It is made for any terrain, that thing is for sure, you won’t have any problems of that kind. By the way it’s their 50th anniversary, what can be a better opportunity to update this car. The Ford Bronco looks like, if you are not in it you better not be anywhere near it. It comes with 4 doors and you can remove the roof. Next, the hood is typically designed for an SUV. The tires look so resilient like nothing could perforate them. That is great because you won’t find yourself in the middle of the road, calling the car service to send you help or you won’t need to replace the tires.
Expect lots of free space. That will be one of its advantages, but you won’t see anything that will take your breath away. They will probably use leather materials to cover the seats and the steering wheel. Standard requests for technology will be fulfilled such as a Bluetooth connection, touch screen with multimedia, audio system for listening to the music, but you won’t see many new things that haven’t been already invented.
2017 Ford Bronco Engine Specs
Ford hasn’t come out yet with the exact numbers and facts. We can expect two possibilities for the engine. The first one is a V8 type of engine which has 420 hp estimated and the 2nd option that many people talk about is also V8 engine. The only important difference between these two is that the other one will have increased power that is calculated to be near 660 hp.
2017 Ford Bronco Price and Release Date
Price may go up from $30,000 it wouldn’t be surprising at all. Rumors say that it should start with sales in the 2nd half of this year. The main concept of this car that we see now was presented 12 years ago at the International Auto Show in Detroit.