Ford has confirmed the return of a name that is iconic in its history, the Bronco, the model that will be based on the new Ranger, the pick-up in the United States of America is only considered medium-sized.
Speaking to Autoline Detroit, Raj Nair, the vice-president of Ford and technical director of the brand, explained that the new Ranger to the U.S. will be in practice the same version that is sold globally, but with specific changes to the local market, and later served as the basis for the return of the Bronco.
This designation has a lot of history on the brand, since the first generation emerged in the late 1960s and remained active over several models until the mid-1990s. In 2004, with the Bronco Concept (in the pictures), came to consider his return, but the years of the crisis meant an end to this idea. [...]
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