It seems like we’ve been waiting on the return of the Ford Bronco for the better part of the past 5 years now, but at last, we’re finally down to the wire. Rumors and speculation have been floating around all over the internet regarding the official reveal, but according to Ford Authority, sources close to the situation have revealed that the 2021 Ford Bronco will make its official debut at the New York International Auto Show in early April. The formal date is unknown but they’re expecting the reveal to be somewhere in the neighborhood of the media-only dates of April 7th or 8th and then be on display to the general public during the course of the show April 10th-19th.
It was initially thought that it would debut at the LA Auto Show in November, or the Chicago Auto Show in February, but the New York Auto Show in April would fit in the “spring” timeline that Ford themselves confirmed.
The Broncos smaller counterpart, often called the “Baby Bronco” but officially named the “Maverick,” is set to make its debut later this year. According to Ford, both vehicles will have a “for sale date” sometime in the fall.