Farley also dropped hints about a new SuperDuty F-150. Really, that’s all he said, so we won’t speculate too much here. This could be anything, from a model-specific update to more far-reaching changes to the truck.
Besides, the prospect of a luxury Bronco is more interesting. People love to make fun of Bronco (and Jeep owners, more often) for parking their cars in lots instead of at trailheads. For those folks, Farley said that “you can imagine high-end versions, all sorts of things.”
We certainly like the idea of a more uprated interior for the Bronco. While there are already roughly 77 zillion ways to build out a Bronco (and believe us, we do so endlessly), all trims are extremely off-road focused. It’d be nice to see the other side of that horse-shaped coin. We imagine we’ll hear more at the 2022 Detroit Auto Show this September. That’s always a huge event for Ford.