Customers in the market for Ford Motor Co.'s upcoming offroaders will have at least a couple grille options.
The automaker plans to offer three front-end designs for both the Bronco SUV and Bronco Sport crossover, according to Ford Authority. They'll reportedly be called "Modern," "Classic" and "Custom."
Ford, as a matter of policy, does not comment on future products.
Spy photos recently posted on broncosportforum.com appear to show two of the three designs for the smaller crossover. Both the Bronco and Bronco Sport were scheduled to be revealed by now but have been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus crisis.
Uncamouflaged photos of both vehicles have already leaked. The photos show the word BRONCO stamped in the middle of each grille, flanked by the vehicle's classic round headlights.
Ford told suppliers this week it now plans to begin mass output of the Bronco Sport at a plant in Mexico on Aug. 31. Output was first planned to start on July 13 then pushed to Sept. 7 because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Bronco will be built on a body-on-frame architecture shared by the Ranger midsize pickup, while the Bronco Sport will sit on the same unibody platform as the recently redesigned Escape and Lincoln Corsair.
Ford executives have vowed to make the Bronco highly customizable, with plans for hundreds of parts and accessories to boost dealers' bottom lines.