Ford took the covers off their new Bronco R prototype and while they are only calling it a prototype at this point, some people believe that it could be more than that.
The new prototype was designed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Rod Hall’s win at the Baja 1000. Developed by Ford Performance in collaboration with Geiser Bros Design and Development, the prototype was heavily inspired by the first-generation Bronco along with the new Bronco.
In the front, we see the vehicle with a Bronco-branded grille along with LED auxiliary lights. It was also fitted with a clamshell hood and rood along with an independent front suspension with 14inches of travel. The prototype was also fitted with a set of 17icnh aluminum wheels and the 37inch BFGoodrich tires.
It was confirmed that the prototype was given the modified version fo the V6 architecture which underpins the upcoming Bronco as well. While there was no mention of whether the vehicle will be turned into a production model or not, there were some people who think that that is what Ford is working on.