Study Reveals Ford Bronco As Most Anticipated Vehicle of 2020

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Drivers in 19 states, including Michigan, New Mexico, Texas, Wisconsin, New Mexico and Arkansas cannot wait for the reveal of the 2021 Ford Bronco. A study conducted by PartCatalog shows the Bronco leading the charge as the Most Anticipated Vehicle of 2020 based on Google search data.

The Bronco isn’t the only Ford model drivers are eager to learn more about, though, according to the study. The most-searched-for new car for drivers in the Gem State (Idaho) is the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. With the Bronco and Mustang, Ford is the only automaker to have two models in the study.

“It’s something both our fans love and our staff [loves],” said Alan Marek, the owner of PartCatalog. “We started doing [trends maps] a few months ago when the Cybertruck was announced and have continued to do them, with a different spin each month.”

The 2021 Ford Bronco’s original debut was set for March 17, 2020, but it was delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As of now, Ford has not released a new date for the Bronco’s official debut.

We at Tropical Ford are eager to see the new Bronco, too, along with all the new Ford models. Until then, we are here to talk about the current lineup and answer any vehicle inquiries you have.

Active Park Assist Tech Helps Park the New Ford Transit Van

2020 Ford Transit Connect | Active Park Assist Tech | Tropical Ford | Orlando, FL
Pictured: 2020 Ford Transit Connect

Ford engineers understand that even experienced drivers may tense up when faced with a crowded parking lot or tight space on the street when behind the wheel of the new Ford Transit van. So, they are eliminating some of the stress with an available technology tool. Active Park Assist can help drivers of every skill level park the Ford Transit van like a pro.

“Frequent stops in busy city streets are the norm for many van drivers during the working day, and that can be a challenge in such a large vehicle where visibility can be limited,” said Ford Transit Chief Program Engineer Ian Porter. “Ford technologies like Active Park Assist help drivers and operators put their energy into their best work, and spend less time stressing about parking.”

The innovative technology is available on the Transit and Transit Custom models. Active Park Assist employs 12 ultrasonic sensors to survey objects near the van. Under proper conditions, the information pulled from the sensors helps the system determine the van’s precise positioning. Once that is calculated, the Park-Out assist feature can take over parking duties. Your only roles are hitting the gas and brake pedal when necessary, and voila! The van easily maneuvers into its parking spot.

Contact Tropical Ford to learn more about the game-changing Active Park Assist tech and the new Ford Transit van.