A Trove of (Authentic?) 2021 Ford Bronco Photos Just Leaked

We’ve got images of the two-door, four-door and Sport models

Leaked photo of a new white SUV
Feast your eyes on the (supposedly) new 2021 Ford Bronco. (Bronco6g.com)
BRONCO6G.COM
By Alex Lauer / March 10, 2020 4:00 pm

Sorry in advance, Ford, but when the internet gets flooded with leaked photos of the new 2021 Ford Bronco, we have an obligation to publish them. 

On Monday, mere weeks before the American automaker was rumored to debut a new Bronco SUV after a 24-year hiatus, two different websites published unofficial images of three models: a standard two-door, four-door and Bronco Sport.

While Ford has neither confirmed nor denied whether these are the real deal, one of the websites updated a forum post where leaked photos appeared with the statement, “Pics and content have been removed by request of Ford.” Despite that, there is still the potential that these are not real or have been Photoshopped — but most of the auto industry is convinced this is indeed the new Bronco, as outlets across the media spectrum have published the leaks.

Without further ado, here’s what we’ve seen so far …

The 2021 Ford Bronco Two-Door

White 4x4 SUV in a showroom
Of all the leaked images, the two-door Bronco looks like it’ll be our favorite.
BRONCO6G.COM

The 2021 Ford Bronco Four-Door

Leaked photo of a new white SUV
This one looks closest to being the final product.
BRONCO6G.COM
Black SUV front and back in the garage
This new set of images appeared online Tuesday night.
Instagram @theraptorconnection

The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport Four-Door

Leaked blue Ford SUV in a garage
The Ford Bronco Sport: grocery-getter looks, (probably) off-road capability.
BRONCOSPORTFORUM.COM
Blue Ford SUV with the hood open
How do we feel about the lights on the 2021 Ford Bronco Sport?
BRONCOSPORTFORUM.COM
Rear end of a blue Ford SUV
Nothing too remarkable on the rear end of the Ford Bronco Sport.
BRONCOSPORTFORUM.COM

A couple things to note: Not only does the boxy silhouette of the standard Bronco seem like it’ll please purists, but it seems like it’s coming for the new Defender’s lunch. The roof differences between the two-door and four-door also lead us to believe there will be removable top options. Also, who can ignore the standard four-door’s headlights? 

If it’s any consolation to the people at Ford, it happened to Jeep and Land Rover, too. But if you’re susceptible to conspiracy theories, you might just think these leaks are all part of a canny 21st-century marketing plan.

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