The speculation is rampant on the new 2020 Ford Bronco with everyone trying to guess what it will look like. According to an inside source, there is no reason to speculate any further. Ford put it on display when it unveiled the Brazilian market 2018 Ford Troller recently.

Billed as a Jeep Wrangler fighter in Brazil, the 2018 Ford Troller is meant to handle a long day in the jungle. With its diesel powertrain and easy to rinse interior, it is a very utilitarian SUV that a Ford engineer told Gear Patrol will be the next Ford Bronco.

 “If you’re familiar with the Troller, out of Brazil, that’s the basic concept, but it’ll look like a four-door version of that,” the source told Gear Patrol.

He goes on to say the look isn’t quite finalized yet.

“They just commissioned another design study, because they feel it looks too much like a Wrangler,” the source added.

Further, the source and publication say the new mid-size SUV will start at around $30,000 and will come with the 2.7L EcoBoost V6 engine along with a hybrid variant. 

Plus, Ford is using the Jeep Wrangler as its comparison vehicle except for rock crawling. The new 2020 Ford Bronco will merely match everything the Wrangler has except for the massive wheel articulation to climb over boulders. 

We also suspect it will be made out of aluminum and feature a mix of 4×4 capability and everyday driver. It will be more like the Toyota 4Runner in that regard.

Sadly, Ford Motor Company is being really tight lipped on this new SUV and we don’t have any concrete statements to back up this speculation. The only things we really know is the new Bronco will be built at the same plant the new 2019 Ford Ranger will be produced at and it will come to market in 2020.