Doug DeMuro Takes the Deepest Dive Into the 2021 Bronco Yet!
Even though 2020 has turned out to be a pretty big wash as far as good things go, ...
Even though 2020 has turned out to be a pretty big wash as far as good things go, there are still silver linings that we might be able to gather. Even though events seem to be pretty doom and gloom as we hope to make a recovery from COVID-19 world, some aspects of life are able to be salvaged in such a way that we can really hold on to moving forward. If you ask us, one of the things that has gone pretty well this year is that of vehicle news and releases.
So far this year, we have seen machines like the first-ever mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette and revival of the Toyota Supra make their way off of the assembly line and into the hands of the consumer. Luckily, both have been met with pretty high praise up to this point in time.
Furthermore, we have gotten some pretty exciting announcements about what we can expect next year. 2020 has also yielded the unveiling of a couple of models that really seemed to have big promise right around the corner. One of those models just so happens to be the 2021 Ford Bronco. Much like the Toyota Supra, the Bronco is a model that enthusiasts were absolutely dying to have brought back.
Lo and behold, Ford decided to make the move and bring the Bronco nameplate into the rotation once again. However, we waited with bated breath as many times, this sort of nameplate revival is as simple as slapping the title on a boring crossover and presenting it as a revival of a classic.
*Ahem* Chevy Blazer.
However, when we finally saw the unveiling of the Bronco, it seemed as if social media exploded with praise of the new model. When push comes to shove, though, none of that really matters as we need to see exactly what this thing looks like in real life before we can make any sort of decision.
This time, our host, Doug DeMuro got his hands on one and gives us the complete rundown. Sure, we might’ve seen a couple of select images or short walk around recaps on video. In this one, however, DeMuro goes into a ton of detail, outlining more of the Bronco than you ever thought you’d need to know.