Bronco

O.J. Simpson Connection Pushes 2021 Ford Bronco Intro Back To July 13th

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The return of the Ford Bronco is almost here… finally!

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the automotive industry, but O.J. Simpson appears to be the cause of the most recent delay for the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco. After initial plans to launch in Spring of this year were delayed due to the pandemic, the world premier date was then pushed back to July 9th, which just so happened to be O.J. Simpson’s 73rd birthday.  Simpson made the Bronco infamous while riding in a white 1993 Bronco owned and driven by friend Al Cowlings, who led police on a low-speed chase through L.A. back in June 1994.

Now, according to a post on Twitter, the Bronco will instead make its debut on Monday, July 13th. Ford lovers and off-road enthusiasts alike have certainly been patient for the return of the Ford Bronco,

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2021 Ford Bronco Intro Confirmed For July 9th

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The return of the Ford Bronco is almost here… finally!

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the automotive industry, but it sounds like things might be settling down next month. First, GAA Classic Cars announced that it will host a physical classic car auction (the first since the Amelia Island auctions), and now Ford says that the all-new Ford Bronco is finally ready for its world premier. Ford lovers and off-road enthusiasts alike have certainly been patient, and the wait’s almost over. Instead of the previous premier date initially set for this Spring, Ford is now saying the next-gen Bronco will finally debut on July 9th.

Other than a Baja-prepped race truck, the only images we’ve seen of the 2021 Ford Bronco so far have been highly camouflaged pictures of these off-roaders undergoing testing, but that will all change next month when Ford will

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2021 Ford Bronco Intro Pushed Back To July

⚡️ Read the full article on Motorious

The return of the Ford Bronco is almost here… finally!

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the automotive industry, but it sounds like things might be settling down next month. First, GAA Classic Cars announced that it will host a physical classic car auction (the first since the Amelia Island auctions), and now Ford says that the all-new Ford Bronco is finally ready for its world premier. Instead of the previous premier date initially set for this Spring, Ford is now saying the next-gen Bronco will debut in July, although no specific dates or production timeline have been announced. Ford lovers and off-road enthusiasts alike have certainly been patient, and the wait’s almost over.

Other than a Baja-prepped race truck, the only images we’ve seen of the 2021 Ford Bronco so far have been highly camouflaged pictures of these off-roaders undergoing testing, but that

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