Ford dealers were given a sneak peak of the upcoming Bronco at a gathering last month in Florida.
The Bronco on display was a two-door version of the Bronco, reports Automotive News, but will be one of at least four members of the Bronco “family.” Along with a four-door Bronco, there will be the so called Baby Bronco and a unibody pickup.
According to anonymous dealers present at the event, the two-door Bronco has a removable hardtop, removable doors that can be stored in the trunk, and mirrors affixed to the a-pillars (so as to still be present when the doors are off.
The dealers also described a retro design marked by a rectangular grille with the word Bronco stamped across it.
“It’s a going to be a game changer,” a dealer present at the event told AN. The Bronco “was twice as cool as I though it would be,” said another.
The date of the game chance is still less than exact, but dealers were told that the Bronco would be available in late 2020, as little as three months after the baby Bronco came out. The unibody pickup isn’t expected until 2021.
Also present at the event were Earth, Wind, and Fire and Joe Namath, who swaggered onto the stage, his sideburns an apogee of sculpted sartorium with a few wise words on the dangers of vapor lock.