At present, there is news that Ford plans to release standard models in the spring of next year, and the new Bronco may not be available until next year. However, assembly line workers have begun to assemble the test car to check for problems.

This move means that Bronco will be offline for the first time in 24 years, even though this is just a test.

The first batch of models will be made by high-level handcrafts and will be used for demonstrations. This batch of models will help engineers determine whether the model is changed before the formal production.

Judging from the current operation of the developer, customers who have successfully ordered the new Bronco need not worry.

The developer also announced that the Sasquatch kit will provide manual transmissions. This kit originally only provided automatic transmissions. However, due to customer needs, the developer decided to add an option to meet customer needs.

The new Bronco will adopt a two-door and four-door layout, with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder engine or a 2.7-liter twin-scroll EcoBoost V6, whichever engine will be paired with a seven-speed manual transmission, but there is an option , That is a 10-speed automatic transmission. However, customers who choose a V6 engine can only choose an automatic transmission.