Ford has begun production of the 2021 Bronco SUV at the Michigan factory where previous editions were built from 1965 until June 12, 1996.
The all-new SUV is being assembled on an equivalent line because the Ford Ranger pickup on which it’s based.
The first batch of trucks is heading to dealers a touch before expected. In December, Ford said supply issues associated with the coronavirus pandemic would delay the primary deliveries until late summer.
The automaker is beginning the launch with a Bronco Celebration livestream at 10 a.m. ET from the factory featuring members of the Bronco team and a glance at the Modification Center where trucks are going to be customized on site with accessories before getting shipped out.
The Bronco is out there in two-door and four-door models and starts at $29,995.