People with text messages – people are nervous to see the new Ford Bronco. It took a long time, but as we approach the return of the SUV later in the spring, the anticipation seems to increase. The people at Partcatalog.com gave us an interesting insight into Google trends that go back to the beginning of the year. They have shown which states speak most often about bronco. As popular as resuscitation of the SUV is, statistics show that it is not the only vehicle that Americans are currently using.
Overall, Bronco is Google's leading auto industry trend across the central United States and much of the Midwest. Further east, Bronco is also the top auto trend in Maine, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. However, move past the watershed and Bronco will completely disappear. To the west, it's a mess where Utah and Nevada chat about the Porsche Taycan, California, Washington and Hawaii and rave about the Tesla Model Y, Oregon and Alaska about the Land Rover Defender and Arizona about the new Corvette. Since the state is known for retirees and golf courses, the irony of this revelation is not lost to us apparently loved it. The defender is returning to Virginia and parts of New England, and strangely enough, Vermont and Delaware are all about Rivian. In this context, it is difficult for us to think of two states that face each other as Rhode Island and Idaho, but the motor vehicle discussion there focuses more than anything else on the Mustang Mach-E.
As for Bronco, who knows how the discussion could work out when it finally hits the market later this spring. An exact date has not yet been released by Ford, but an event for the New York Auto Show in April is a good candidate. Otherwise, Ford could cause a sensation at the June version of the Detroit Auto Show, which sneaks in just before summer officially begins.