Ford is planning to bring the popular Bronco off roader to Europe in 2023, however the word on whether or not the UK is included remains to be seen. So far, Ford has said that the 4×4 will be coming to some left-hand drive markets in Europe and obviously, this doesn’t include the UK.
For the past two years, there has been a lot of speculation surrounding the Bronco and whether or not it’ll come to Europe. The car was revealed back in July 2020 and revived an iconic name after 24 years. The Bronco and its retro theme, rivals the Land Rover Defender and Jeep Wrangler.
Ford has said that the Bronco will be sold in “selected left-hand drive European markets” only. However, we can still get our hands on the Bronco, either by importing it from Europe or using Clive Sutton, who specialises in importing US cars to the UK. They have the Bronco available now, with prices between £45,000-£85,000 – but only in left hand drive configuration.
Over the in the US, Ford offers the Bronco as seen the above image as well as the more family friendly Bronco Sport. Ford has said that the latter won’t be coming to Europe.