Revived SUV model looks set to take on the successful, and highly profitable, Jeep Wrangler.
US dealers were given a preview of the new Ford Bronco at an event held in Palm Springs, Florida, last month.
After handing in their phones and photography equipment, the dealers were reportedly shown a two-door version of the new Bronco.
Dealers who spoke to Automotive News confirmed the car will have round headlights, a rectangular grille, prominent Bronco branding, and a retro design theme.
It will have doors which can be taken off and stored in the boot, and a removable hard-top roof. Unlike the Jeep Wrangler, the Bronco's wing mirrors are attached to the A-pillar instead of the doors.
The publication's sources also confirmed Ford plans to launch two- and four-door versions of the new Bronco, which will be available in the States in the latter half of 2020.
Two other crossovers were shown to the invited dealers: a new Escape-based crossover with Bronco-influenced styling (above), which goes on sale some time in 2020, and a Mustang-inspired electric crossover with a range of over 480 kilometres.