Ford Unveils Ford Bronco, Ford Ranger at Detroit Auto Show
Detroit Auto Show 2017, was full of showcasing sporty and concept cars of companies. Brands such as Toyota, Lexus, Porshe, etc had unveiled their best machines.
For some companies, Detroit was a platform to make headlines by just announcing their future plans or future cars. Yes, Ford announced that they will going to start yet again, production lineup of their iconic trucks; Ranger and Bronco.
Although the beautiful Ford Chip Ganassi Racing GT was showcased by the company and as the car was covered in durt and bugs, Ford made headlines by announcing their plans.
Both the cars; Ranger and Bronco will be rolled out in 2019 and 2020 respectively, says Ford's spokesman. Ranger will be a midsize pickup and Bronco will be a midsize SUV.
Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of The United States, said, people wanted to experience best trucks which would be fun to drive, so they planned to start Ranger and Bronco will be a no-compromise, midsize 4x4 utility vehicle for thrilling experience.
The Bronco, which started production in 1966 and was deleted from Ford's truck and SUV lineup in 1996, will again be producing at the Wayne, MI, plant.
As the Ford announced this news they have another plan as well, the following are some of the other news which made headlines among the customers:
* Two new "pursuit-rated" hybrid police vehicles to be built in Chicago.
* Ford Transit custom plug-in hybrid will be releasing in 2019 in Europe.
* Test fleet of 20 transit-connect hybrid taxis to be tested in major cities in the U.S.
* A newly, fully electric SUV to be made at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant and will be releasing by 2020 in Europe, North America, and Asia.
With this Ford's plans are very clear, to take away all the limelight among the customers and generate revenue with less price segment. Now let us see how the company make proper arrangement and execute all their plans.