A new Ford Bronco is yet to be officially confirmed, but now us hopefuls can all stop crowding around that one silly render Four Wheeler made for April Fool’s Day 2014, or that Bronco concept from a decade back. This new concept art from Bronco6G is my favorite modern interpretation of the vehicle yet.
Ford’s chief truck communications man just coyly shared some pictures of Troller 4x4s stomping around in the Brazilian sand. To respark rumors of the Bronco’s return? Nah. Why would somebody go and do a thing like that.
In an act that can only be described as pure and utter genius, a shop in South Carolina dropped a Ford Raptor rolling chassis under a fifth generation Bronco body. The result? A badass, classic two-door SUV that drives like your favorite modern desert runner.
It's true: Ford filed for a new trademark on the name "Bronco" just a few days ago. Now please stop interpreting that as the second (well, sixth) coming of the Ford Bronco. There's no indication whatsoever that that's the case.
The first thing you notice when you step into Icon's sprawling, 120,000-square-foot shop in Chatsworth, Calif.—past the fenced-in yard of Broncos of every size and Land Cruisers of every generation, past the 1952 Chrysler Town & Country station wagon with the DeSoto front end and a massaged patina of greens, browns,…
If the obscene revenue taken in by The Dark Knight Rises this summer was any indicator, lots of people love Batman. But how much do you REALLY love Batman? Are you hardcore enough to drop $31,000 on a Ford Bronco made over in the Caped Crusader's image?
The ICON Bronco is a praise the lord beautiful vintage SUV that prides itself on its attention to design. ICON scours around for old Broncos and then strips it down, reverse engineers it and makes it better than it ever was. Look how gorgeous these SUVs are.
Although it wouldn't take much to talk us into purchasing either of these full-size SUVs, back in 1981 when they were new Chevrolet made this dealer promo video to illustrate the minute differences between their Blazer and the Ford Bronco.
Seeing any full size Ford Bronco from the 80s in decent shape is an increasingly rare occurrence. Seeing a full size Ford Bronco from the 80s in decent shape that can run a 10 second 1/4 mile is beyond rare—it's downright unbelievable.
With the introduction of the Bronco II in 1984, Ford's mini-pickup was no longer the Lone Ranger. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 5.0-powered Bronco II could be a great off-roading companion, but will its price render it forever alone?
According to Ford, their better late than never competitor to the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Scout wasn't just another SUV, it was a four wheel drive sports car. Everywhere it went, the new for 1966 Bronco was blazing a trail of excitement.
Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1970 GMC Jimmy.
Did you know Ford announced around Father's Day they'd be selling complete reproduction 1966 Ford Bronco bodies? Neither did we, but now we know they're headed for a public debut at this year's SEMA show.
The Ford Bronco helped invent the idea of SUVs as cool. Unfortunately, OJ Simpson's fateful police chase left white Bronco's with his indelible mark so this owner decided to address the issue head on. [Reddit]
When we drove from Manhattan to Detroit's Woodward Dream Cruise, it got us thinking about the Holy Grail of American road trips: all the way across the country. It has to be done, but behind the wheel of what?
Fifteen years ago today, former football star O.J. Simpson fled his home with friend Al Cowlings in a white Ford Bronco, beginning the most famous police chase in history. Two years later, the Ford Bronco was dead. Coincidence? No.
What's an even cooler way to get around the pits than a Saleen Th!nk? How about a miniature Ford Bronco. We saw a few of these zipping around Milan Dragway last weekend, and we want one bad. We're not sure if these little things are at all capable off-road, but man, do they look sweet for cruisin' between your trailer…