2024 Ford Bronco Pickup Leaked

Kevin Cassar
August 14, 2020

Ford Bronco Pickup


2024 Bronco Pickup Leaked

Excitement for the new Bronco was unprecedented after an almost twenty-five-year hiatus in the form of a two-door and four-door Bronco. The all-new 2021 Ford Bronco features a mix of old and new technology with a completely retro design harkening back to the original 1960s era wild pony. If you recall back on automotive and truck history, the first-generation Bronco came in multiple variants, including a two-door pickup. Since then, the Bronco has always been known as a truck regardless of its model. Most of us know that the 2021 Bronco took the off-road and truck world by storm with its re-introduction this past July. During this time, there has not been more excited for a Ford vehicle since the launch of the 2020 Shelby GT500.

The introduction of a practical four-door model with a wide variety of models to choose from within the Bronco lineup, including a package called the Sasquatch, allows for upgraded shocks, suspension, and factory thirty-five-inch tires which is available on every single Bronco from the base model to the Wildtrak trim. Ford knew that to make a massive splash amongst the automotive community and Bronco enthusiasts, they would have to nail the design out of the park. Luckily, they crushed it and put the Jeep Wrangler on notice along with the Jeep Gladiator.

Bronco Pickup Rear End

2024 Bronco Pickup: Features

Speaking of the Jeep Gladiator, recently, it was leaked that Ford would release a follow up to the original Bronco pickup from the 1960s. From an enthusiast standpoint, this could have been very predictable due to the presence of the Gladiator being on the market, taking off-road and truck enthusiasts by storm. So it is a no brainer for Ford to jump on the bandwagon to bringing the original off-road pickup back to the market. Looking deeper into this, we are very optimistic to see that due to the long-suspected wheelbase from the renderings circulating the industry.

Furthermore, this will add significant strength to the Bronco brand as a whole but the entier Ford brand. To dive in-depth, we must explore what could enhance the 2021 Bronco's already potent drivetrain and capability. It is speculated that the Bronco pickup will have several powertrain options, just like the Bronco SUV, including the EcoBoost 2.3L Four-Cylinder and 2.7L V6; both of these options are going to be stout options for the new wild pony to hit the trails. What is most exciting is that the Bronco pickup could feature the legendary 5.0L Coyote's rumored addition, which would be incredible all enthusiasts and off-road fans all-around America.

Ultimately this could help Ford in a big way turn new customers away from the F-150 to diversify the truck lineup. Like the Coyote powered F-150, the potential Bronco Pickup could build the most diversified Bronco ever made. Like the Bronco SUV, the pickup could be a little more expensive due to the addition of the Coyote 5.0L V8, longer wheelbase, and other unknown features at this point. Everyone at team Steeda is very excited to see where the all-new Bronco will go for the next decade. It is just another affirmative notion that the Bronco is here to stay for a long time, and we couldn't be happy to hear it!

Stay tuned right here for all the latest 2024 Bronco News and the latest information!


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