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2020 Ford Bronco

These aren't official images — they're actually concepts from 2004 — nor do we yet have any specific details about the 2020 Ford Bronco. All we know is it's really coming. Announced earlier this week at the North American International Auto Show, this modern version of the legendary off-roader will be preceded by the return of the midsize Ranger in 2019. Both vehicles will be built at Ford's assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan, and in the case of the Bronco, we expect to see a capable 4x4 system, stout stance, and the signature circle headlights worthy of the moniker.

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