Just a day before Ford unveiled the 2021 Bronco. Jeep announced the V8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392 concept, and with the new all-terrain rivalry you could think of a V8 Bronco.

However, this will never happen, there will be no Bronco V8. Even if Ford wanted to put a V8 in the Bronco, emissions regulations wouldn’t allow it, Bronco chief engineer Eric Loefflerr explained.

Ford is also confident that the existing Bronco engine options will meet customer needs and believes there will be no need for a large engine.

The new off-road SUV is offered with two engine options, a 2.3-liter EcoBoost I4 turbo with 10-speed automatic transmission or a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 twin-turbo. They both come with four-wheel drive.

The 2021 Ford Bronco will reach customers until next year. It starts at $ 29,995 for the base two-door and $ 34,695 for the four-door.

Customers looking to purchase one of these off-road SUVs will have the option to choose from an extensive list of more than 200 factory-backed accessories for maximum customization.

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