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Ford Bronco will apparently have some Australia in the sauce


Since the truck is based on the Australia-developed Ranger pickup’s T6 platform, Ford is engineering the next Bronco at that chassis’s home at the automaker’s Asia-Pacific Product Development Center in Victoria, Motoring reports. That same facility is where the Escort, Figo, and a Chinese-market version of the Taurus were developed.

The current Ranger is available with either a four or a five-cylinder diesel engine, so it seems likely those options could be seen in the new Bronco. Motoring also believes the Broncos destined for America will be sold with a gas V-6 option—which seems likely, considering the U.S.’s preference for gasoline-powered vehicles.Given the former Bronco’s rough and tough off-road persona, it is expected that the new truck comes with a transfer case with low-range gearing, and the option of a manual or automatic transmission, Road & Track reports.

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