Ford has been making huge news grabbing headlines already this year, announcing just last week that it will build a Hybrid Mustang in 2020 and today finally providing official confirmation of the long-rumored return of the Ford Bronco and Ford Ranger.
The year 2020 will be an extremely busy one for Ford, as production begins for the S650 Ford Mustang to be built at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant as well as the 2021 Ford Bronco, the return of the rugged, midsize SUV to be built at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant. Both vehicles will be added to Ford’s global vehicle lineup bound for North America and abroad.
As for the 2018 Mustang mid-cycle refresh Mustang6G members have been so eagerly anticipating… it was a no show at Ford’s press conference held at the Joe Louis Arena during today’s 2017 North American International Auto Show debut.
However, the wait will not be too much longer as Ford is holding a private Mustang media event tomorrow with information on the Mustang to follow in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, keep tuned to our 2018 Mustang discussion thread for the latest info, rumors and leaks.
For more information on today’s announcements from the 2017 NAIAS show, visit our 2020/2021 Ford Bronco discussions.
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