No, this isn't the 2020 Ford Bronco. But it should be.
Ford hasn't said that it is going to resurrect the Bronco. However, that hasn't stopped the creative minds at Bronco6G from imagining what the sixth-generation Bronco might look like.
Starting with the 2004 Bronco Concept that Ford produced, they added on some classic Bronco designs, including the round headlights and square metal grille. Then they added some elements from the current Ford truck line. After all, this couldn't be a complete outlier if it is intended for modern production.
To give it additional flare, they played with traditional grille inserts, including either the Ford blue oval or the Bronco moniker spelled out in glaring boxy letters. While I could see a resurrected Bronco design going either way, I am hoping for a more classic-looking car than a brash, in-your-face 4x4.
Regardless of how it might look, underneath Bronco6G insists it's a "no-frills design with a strong focus on utility and off-road capabilities." Sounds good to me.
If Ford were to bring back the Bronco, it'd compete with the Jeep Wrangler. While a Bronco might not fit into Ford's new "one Ford" global plan of offering the same vehicles around the world, or with its efficiency goals, it would sell well at least here in the U.S. for a few years.
After all, gas is cheap and big SUVs are back.