Ford Bronco Teasers Design Details

Ford Bronco Teaser Reveals New Design Details Few Days Before Launch

It is only a few days that Ford officially marks the return of its icon, the Ford Bronco. Originally slated for a July 9 launch date, the Blue Oval moved the unveiling to July 13 for legitimate reasons.

However, Ford doesn’t seem to have its own enthusiasm as more teasers are released on Bronco’s official Instagram account. The published images are quite revealing and confirm some of the previous leaks we saw on the iconic all-terrain.

One of the leaked images shows round LED headlights with a horizontal LED strip tangent thereto. It is surrounded by a square barrel bronze trim which goes too well with the red paint of the Bronco. Note, the previous Ford teaser showed us eight color options for the off-roader, with two red paint color options.

The other teaser presents the LED rear lights of the Bronco. Now, this one is a little different from what has been leaked before, but we won’t be surprised if the SUV will come with different tail light configurations at launch, depending on the trim level.

The last of the last three teasers displays the Bronco badge present on the front door thresholds. It is also painted yellow, which is personally one of my favorite color choices so far.

Before these last three teasers, Ford Bronco’s Instagram account also posted photos of the SUV logo soaked in mud, dirt and sand (seen in the gallery above), which means the ability to go everywhere from the next Ford model.

As previously mentioned, the Ford Bronco will be unveiled on July 13, 2020, at exactly 8:00 p.m. EDT. There are many ways to watch the beginnings of Bronco, aside from the usual live broadcast on social media. Ford also partnered with Disney for the live debut, as well as the broadcast of special excerpts on ABC, ESPN, the National Geographic channel and the Hulu streaming service.

Of course, will be at the top of the highly anticipated Bronco revelation, so be sure to watch this space for it.

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