When Ford published a teaser video of the all-new Bronco late last year, the automaker confirmed the off-roader will make its official debut in the spring of 2020.
Spring this year falls between March 19 and June 20, which gives the company a couple of months and no less than two auto shows to launch the highly anticipated model.
Before Ford could even release an announcement, a report published earlier this month suggested the Bronco will be unveiled at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, which is scheduled to run from June to 20.
But as it turns out, the model could be getting a full reveal earlier than expected.
According to FordAuthority, “sources familiar with the matter” are saying the sport utility vehicle will make its official debut during the 2020 New York International Auto Show in April. The show is scheduled from April 10 to 19 and falls well within Ford’s spring timeframe.
Which of those dates will host the grand arrival of the new Bronco is still not confirmed, but FordAuthority says, “April 7th and 8th are currently in the running for the reveal date, which can change in the near future.”
It also claims that Ford will reveal both the two- and four-door Bronco, and will then be followed by the “Baby Bronco” later this year.
If that’s the case, Ford is expected to begin sales of the 2021 Bronco in late 2020 as a 2021 model. The SUV is believed to fall in the low-to-mid $30,000 range, with the accessories raising the starting price significantly higher.
Ford has not confirmed any of the claims from FordAuthority, but it is expected to do so soon.