There has been a lot of talk about the 2019 Ford Bronco and what the vehicle might offer and look like. When looking for clues about it perhaps you shouldn’t look towards the Ford F-150.
A report recently stated that the 2019 Ford Bronco might be made in Australia, despite the fact that it could be built in Detroit. This indicates that the Bronco might come by way of a smaller vehicle with body-on-frame and not be based around the larger F-150.
We have been given confirmation of the 2019 Ford Bronco, following a great deal of speculation about it. It is going to be produced at the Michigan Assembly Plant, where the Ford Focus is being made. The Bronco may be built in the US but it isn’t going be designed and engineered there.
We have heard that the Asia-Pacific Production Development Centre over in Australia is going to work on the 2019 Ford Bronco and the vehicle will offer the same underpinnings as the Ford Ranger.
So this news does put to rest the talk about the 2019 Ford Bronco being based around the Ford F-150. It also puts to rest rumours that the vehicle could be bigger and instead telling us that it will be smaller than the big bodied Bronco.
Are you waiting for the arrival of the 2019 Ford Bronco?