Ford Baby Bronco's Front Grille Looks Fantastic

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Just don't officially call it the Baby Bronco.

Only a few hours ago a leaked photo of the upcoming 2020 Ford Bronco's headlight fnd its way online. This large circular design is a direct throwback to the original 1966-'77 Bronco and we're thrilled it's been revitalized in a modern way. And now the folks at the Bronco6G.com forum have found another leaked image: the front grille of the also upcoming Baby Bronco. How do we know it's for the Escape-based smaller SUV rather than the Ranger-based bigger Ford Bronco? Because of the different headlight shapes: these cutouts are oval. Also, notice the name "BRONCO" stamped front and center across the grille. This leaked image, however, shows some potential differences than earlier leaked images from a Ford dealer meeting.

They showed a Baby Bronco with a circular headlight design, just like the Bronco itself. But these oval cutouts could probably accommodate round headlights as well. Just saying.

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We'll reserve final judgment until the vehicle is revealed in full, but so far we like what we're seeing. For those who think the latest Ford Escape looks too wagon-like, then the Baby Bronco seemingly brings some rough and tough SUV attitude back into the picture. Because they share a platform, the Baby Bronco, a nameplate that's very unlikely to stick, will also sport the Escape's engine options. There's the base 1.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost good for 180 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque and the optional 2.0-liter EcoBoost inline-four with 250 hp and 275 lb-ft.

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It's also possible the smaller Bronco will share the Escape Hybrid's 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle inline-four backed by a pair of electric motors for a total of 209 hp. Meanwhile, the full-size Bronco could possibly come powered by the 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 EcoBoost. Also like the Escape, the Baby Bronco will certainly have optional all-wheel drive but we wouldn't be surprised if this were to come standard.

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