Ford has revealed the logo for its upcoming Bronco, and confirmed the rough-and-ready crossover will launch in the first half of 2020.
When it launches in the Northern Hemisphere's spring (our autumn), the 2020 Bronco will pick up a badge that's been dormant since 1996 in the USA.
The badge debuted in the 1960s, however.
Ford hasn't offered any details about the Bronco, but a number of patent filings have given us a look at what will be offered in the upcoming off-roader.
It appears the Blue Oval has been working on ways of incorporating side airbags into tubular doors, as it works to create a safe way for nostalgic off-roaders to get their open-air kicks. It's also expected to have a range of roof options, including a soft roll-top.
A report from Automotive News earlier this year claimed the Bronco will have round headlights, a rectangular grille, prominent Bronco branding and a retro design.
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