The Ford Motor Company announced on Monday at the Detroit Auto Show that the Ford Ranger will be returning again in 2019, followed by the Ford Bronco’s return in 2020.
Both of these models will be built at the Michigan Assembly Plant. The two models are expected to be built on a shared body-on-frame platform, which will create a midsize SUV and midsize pickup. The Bronco has not been in production since 1996, while the Ranger is currently sold in other markets outside of the U.S. and Canada; we are likely to see the next generation of the model once it is available.
Ford has not speculated on technical details or images of the vehicles, yet, but they have suggested that the Bronco will offer some serious off road capability!
Ford is also planning to launch 13 new electric models by 2021, including hybrid models of the Mustang and the F-150.
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