2004 bronco concept




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    The legendary Bronco is back as Ford re-explores the origins of the sport utility vehicle in a concept making its debut at the North American Internati.

    Read this editor's review of the - Ford Bronco Concept.

    The concept car concept is translated as "the idea of a car". This is a kind of prototype car, which tests people's reactions to new technologies being introduced, design solutions, etc. In its original form, prototypes are never launched into mass production.

    2004 bronco concept

    2004 bronco concept

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    2004 bronco concept

    2004 bronco concept

    2004 bronco concept

    2004 bronco concept

    2004 bronco concept

    Concept Car of the Week: Ford Bronco () - Car Design News

    Detroit — January — The Bronco is back. While other sport utilities become more civilized, the Bronco concept bucks this trend in a simple two-seat design that features the same rugged good looks as its predecessor.

    It is instantly recognizable in shape. Reminiscent of the original Bronco are its boxy, upright roofline, short wheelbase, signature round headlamps and the Bronco name integrated into a modern three bar grille. Subtle exterior details include exposed door hinges, cowl vents, flared wheel wells and unique loop-shaped door handles, which are integrated into the door panels and open with a gentle tug.

    2004 bronco concept

    Those classic round headlamps up front are updated in the Bronco concept for use of both light-emitting diodes and halogen light sources to cast a wider ray of light for better peripheral vision in off-road situations.

    While the Bronco concept conjures memories of blue oval past, inside it is a showcase of advanced modern technology. Its power comes from a 2. First introduced on the Ford Mondeo in Europe, this engine features common-rail fuel injection technology for greater injection precision, performance and torque, without sacrificing fuel economy. The Duratorq TDCi, as its known, delivers horsepower and a peak torque of foot-pounds. At the press of a button, a blast of nitrous oxide is injected into the engine.

    2004 bronco concept

    During combustion, the gas is broken down into nitrogen and oxygen, allowing more fuel to burn. What does all that mean? An extra temporary boost of up to 50 horsepower and a three-second improvement in quarter-mile times, with about mph more top speed. A revolutionary new six-speed PowerShift transmission is paired with the Duratorq diesel and achieves 5 percent better fuel economy than a conventional six-speed automatic transmission.

    While a traditional manual or automatic transmission changes gears by opening and closing a single clutch, the PowerShift operates by shifting power from one clutch to another for better efficiency and more seamless shifting. It can be placed into manual mode at anytime and operated by a pair of shift paddles on the steering wheel.

    Under normal conditions, the Bronco gallops on its front wheels. It will first be seen in production on the Ford Escape. The original Bronco was an immediate success when it launched in August , leading the emerging recreational four-wheel-drive market with sales of 18, units in its first full year of production.

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