Did you get a bunch of Amazon gift cards for Christmas? Put
them to good use by visiting the
Ford Bronco Amazon store. This store has a variety of Bronco-themed
merchandise that celebrates the classic off-road SUV and helps get you geared
up for its long-awaited return next spring.
“The Bronco fan base is such a loyal one, and they love
their Bronco gear,” said Casie Ocan͂a, Ford global brand licensing manager,
brand & integrated marketing. “It’s great to be able to corral this
merchandise and make it available and easy to buy at one site.”
You can choose from a variety of items including authentic
Dennis Carpenter restoration parts for the first-generation Bronco, t-shirts,
hats, smartphone cases, and even vintage Bronco parts. If you love miniature
versions of your favorite vehicles, you can also choose from a variety of scale
model Bronco trucks. You can include your pet in your fandom with pet bandanas
for your furry friends.
There will also be merchandise available to celebrate the release of the Bronco R race prototype, which is designed to put the chassis and suspension of the future production vehicle to the test. It went through an intense desert course at the 2019 SCORE-International Baja 1000 in Mexico this past November. The new 2021 Ford Bronco will break cover next spring, and Shults Ford of Harmarville will have all the information you need to make sure you’re one of the first on your street with a new horse. Stay tuned!
Ford announced that it’s bringing back the iconic Ford
Bronco in 2018, but it’s been almost entirely silent on the rugged off-roader
ever since. Though details are few and far between, we have learned one
particularly juicy tidbit from the head man in charge of the Blue Oval. During
a shareholder conference call this spring, Jim Hackett, Ford CEO, confirmed
that there will be a Ford Bronco hybrid variant.
This new hybrid would be part of the current push for Ford to become more electric throughout its lineup over the next few years. The brand has recently invested $11 billion in creating electric variants of their vehicles through 2023.
Even with this information, we still don’t know much about the Bronco. Ford has released some teaser images that show the Bronco’s squared-off shape, but it’s been mum on everything else. There’s been rumblings about two- and four-door variants, detachable doors and a detachable roof, and the very nature of its retro design that will harken back to its past. We also have a strong indication that there will be a smaller version of the Bronco — which many people are referring to as the Baby Bronco — that may well hit the market at the same time as its larger sibling. The Bronco is expected to debut in 2020, so it may still be a few months before we get some hard facts we can sink our teeth into. One thing we do know for sure: When the 2021 Ford Bronco does (finally) arrive, you’ll be able to find it right here at Shults Ford Harmarville.