Re: 2019 Detroit Auto Show
GT500, for sure, but I can't imagine that is the only one. That will sell a few thousand a year. I'm hoping the Evos/Mach-E will be revealed. I'm assuming Bronco is a no, as it doesn't start production until Q4/2020. 2021 F-150 is Q3/2020, so very likely not. SuperDuty is a possibility as it is Q3/2019, with, presumably the 7L+ V8, upgraded PowerStroke, and new transmission. Pictures are everywhere of Baby Bronc, so that is a possibility, maybe side by side with LadyScape. But, I'd hope Ford comes with more than the GT500, which has been teased to death already.