Several exhilarating new automobile debuts took place at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, including the Ford The Bronco, which is arguably the most widely discussed car, was conspicuously absent. Ford has confirmed that the Bronco will be introduced in the 2020 model year and will have a ladder-frame chassis, which it will

share with the 2019 mid-size Ranger Pickup, a vehicle that will also be made available in the United States. Shortly thereafter, disheartening reports began to surface that Ford intends to simply rebrand the Everest.

Choose a three-row SUV and conclude the matter. It is now permissible to publicly declare that Ford contradicted that. Raj Nair, the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Executive Vice President of Ford, was interviewed by

Autoline, a source with up-to-date information. Nair openly and honestly described the design, construction, and relationship between the Bronco and the Ranger pickup. He stated that the new Bronco will be constructed on

the Ranger platform, resulting in a similar size to the Ranger. uttered. "For our American customers who are not acquainted with the worldwide Ranger, it is marginally"

The new model we have in the United States is bigger than the previous Ranger. Consequently, I would characterize it as being intermediate in size between the larger Bronco and the smaller Bronco.