Ford rolls out teasers for upcoming Bronco off-roader

Ford will introduce the reborn Bronco SUV on July 13, but the Blue Oval is intent on trickling out a series of teasers until the Bronco gets here.

The latest teaser, shared on social media Wednesday, shows us the look of the Bronco’s front end. Ford teased the look in a series of posts that feature a first-generation Bronco front end flanked by the outer edges of the new vehicle. Another post included a video that shows the actual look of the front end, “BRONCO” lettering and all.

Another post from Monday featured the sound of the Bronco’s engine as it attacks off-road trails. It’s hard to tell if the engine is Ford’s twin-turbo 2.7-liter V-6 or its 2.3-liter turbo-4.

The Bronco was originally scheduled to be revealed July 9, but Ford moved it back to July 13 after backlash over that date, which coincided with O.J. Simpson’s birthday. When

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