The Ford Bronco Is Officially Making A Comeback And It Will Be Made In Michigan

Jeeps and 4-Runners are cool, but the Ford Bronco is and always will be the most badass SUV of all time. It’s been out of production since 1996, but fortunately the Michigan automaker noticed the buzz generated online earlier this year by some futuristic fan-made concept designs of the car. Now they’re announcing that the Ford Bronco is officially making a comeback. In fact, it will be built entirely in Michigan, too.

The announcement isn’t actually from a press release, but comes from Bill Johnson, the chairman of United Auto Workers local 900. When Trump bashed Ford for moving production of the Focus to Mexico in the debate, he responded about the excitement of other vehicles being featured in the famed Michigan Assembly line. via:

“We hate to see the products go to Mexico, but with the Ranger and the Bronco coming to Michigan Assembly that absolutely secures the future for our people a lot more than the Focus does,” Johnson said.

The 2020 Ford Bronco might be the first car that I buy in years. I can’t wait. In case you missed it back in February, here are some of the concept mocks for a 2020 Bronco dreamt up by the super fans at

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