DETROIT — It's been 1,028 days since Ford Motor Co. announced the return of the Bronco SUV.
More than two and a half years later, the vehicle finally has a logo — and a release date, albeit a vague one.
Ford on Friday said that the long-awaited off-roader will debut in spring 2020. The company gave no other details, but the vehicle isn't expected to go on sale until late 2020 as a 2021 model-year vehicle.
It's likely the automaker could reveal the Bronco around the time of the 2020 Detroit auto show, scheduled for early June. The press dates are technically in the spring; summer starts June 20th.
Ford on Friday also revealed an updated bucking horse logo and wordmark in a teaser video that showed the Bronco's evolution through the years.