Ford plans to raise their grim SUV is the 2017 Ford Bronco, the iconic sport utility vehicle (SUV) iconic, whose production was discontinued in 1996. The sixth generation of the Ford Bronco is one of the four SUVs that Ford planned to be introduced in the next four years.
2017 Ford Bronco will be produced at Ford’s plant in Wayne, Michigan, United States. Unclear when it will be launched into the market, but an internet forum, Bronco6G already demonstrated render images of the production version of the car. The rendering results are created by taking inspiration from the design of the first generation version of the Bronco and concepts introduced at the North American International Auto Show 2004 in Detroit.
As the previous generation of Ford Bronco, the new generation of the Ford Bronco will also be offered in a choice of body styles, thus making it a perfect and resilient in the face of competition, such as the latest generation of the Jeep Wrangler and the Land Rover Defender.
2017 Ford Bronco Design Concept
The concept of a 2017 Ford Bronco is retro futuristic. The concept looks grim and muscular but still carry the identity of the Ford SUV icons, namely the emergence of classic round headlights and front grille inset squares that evolved from first generation of the Ford Bronco. Carrying the concept of body-on-frame, the concept of a 2017 Ford Bronco maintain a high character, boxy, stocky, tough, no-frills design without reducing the focus on the utility and off-road capability, as submitted by the forum admin.
As reported last year, Ford is participating in the event the Chicago Auto Show 2016 promises to be their 4 new models of crossovers and SUVs that will be released until 2020 in the American market.
2017 Ford Bronco Production Place
In an interview with the Detroit Free Press, a senior associate at the American automotive trade unions say that the rebirth of a 2017 Ford Bronco will still take place in Detroit, Michigan, United States. The plan, the iconic SUV will be assembled in conjunction with the Ford Ranger and uses the assembly facility of Ford Wayne, Michigan. This decision has a broad impact, especially for the future of workers from American and Native American automotive products.