Revival Of The Bronco, Wragner Concept Can’t Stop The Blue Oval

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It was just January 9, 2017 Ford when officially announced the return of the Bronco at the Detroit Auto Show. Times flies. Now the promised day has arrived. This company would not just present one Bronco, but an entire family. “Bronco lineup” has used several times in the press. After 8 pm Eastern, fans can just reserve their Bronco with $100 balance.

But it seems someone is so jealous. Jeep couldn’t stand the spot lights on Bronco, so it revealed Wrangler Rubicon 392 V-8 just today, the very special day of the Blue Oval. Mike Levine, Ford North America Product Communications Manager, tweeted: “It’s just a concept- again. whisper voice (someone is very very nervous)”. This may mean, they don’t think, Jeep plays fair.

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Concept

All these off roaders have their own fellows. Although there are so many secrets about the Bronco’s technical details like gear boxes or engines, there were plenty of spy pictures which shows this beloved car has inherited the boxy shape and design of its ancestors. This may satisfy the criticizers, who couldn’t get along with a Mustang on an electric SUV.

On the other hand, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept delighted its fans. Previously installing this V-8 engine because of some safety issues was impossible. But this concept shows that the company have now a solution. That means in a crash there is enough space for engine to be safe. Now this Jeep hits 96 kilometers per hour in less than five seconds. In Rubicon 392 Concept, it is obvious that the frame is modified and engine mounts have better efficiency.

However, its still the day of Bronco. Its not just a concept, it is actually a whole family. As Ford Bronco publish several posts about these new cars on its Instagram, we are ready to see 2-door, 4-door, and Sport type of this new product. While 2-Door and 4-Door are competing Wrangler, Bronco Sport will be hero of crossovers. Just in few hours most of the enquiries will be answered. Bronco or Wrangler, which can rock the roads?

What do you think?