- The Ford Ranger is coming back into production in the US, with new models of the small pickup set to come off the assembly line in Detroit in 2019.
Additionally, the Reddit user, who claimed to be a designer for Ford, said the Bronco would be almost identical to the Everest, an Australian market SUV built on the Ranger's frame.
Ford dropped out of the smaller truck market in the USA five years ago, but will return because it has seen how popular easier-to-handle-and-park pickups have become.
So, the Bronco won't look like a Bronco and it won't have a removable top, and the Ranger is going to be bloated.
"We've heard our customers loud and clear". But while we still don't know much about the Bronco, we do have a pretty good idea of what the next-generation Ranger will look like.
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O.J. Simpson is up for parole next year, so it seems only fitting that Ford is bringing back the Bronco.
"We're bringing back the Ford Bronco in 2020", said Joe Hinrich, president of Ford's Americas division. In 1990, the Twin Cities plant turned out 164,000 Rangers and F-series trucks, averaging 900 units per day, according to McMahon.
The Ranger is a medium-sized pickup that last appeared in North America in 2011; it is, however, still being built in Thailand, South Africa, and Argentina for a world market outside of Canada and the USA, where it competes with the Volkswagen Amarok and Toyota Hilux, two other trucks not seen on our shores. It's not been designed for US emissions standards, so this one is a long shot at best.
He also said the company isn't concerned that the midsize pickup will cannibalize its venerable F-150. In doing so, he accidentally revealed plans to build both vehicles. Also, Ford gave another sweet news as it also stated the return of the Ranger in North America. The SUV is rumoured to be built on the same platform as the next-generation Ranger pick-up, which will arrive in 2019. "None of us have had a tweeting president before", Sergio Marchionne said during a round table with reporters at the Detroit auto show. "Bronco will be a no-compromise midsize 4x4 utility for thrill-seekers who want to venture way beyond the city". "We'll have more to announce on the markets of that later", said Nair.
John Rosevear owns shares of Ford and General Motors.