Ford (F) is ready to take the wraps off the Bronco 4x4 SUV in July 2020 after delaying the spring launch of the vehicle because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ford announced the news with a tweet from Mike Levine, product communications manager at the automaker. The 2021 Bronco has been highly anticipated by auto enthusiasts as the SUV has finally been brought back by Ford after being retired in 1996.

While Ford has kept quiet about the release of the Bronco, some details are already known about the off-road 4x4 based on videos and photos capturing the SUV during on-highway and off-road testing.

What is known so far about the Bronco is that it will be offered in a two-door and four-door configuration as both of these models have been seen during testing videos. The SUV will also remain true to its iconic heritage with a retro-look that features round headlights and a boxy body design, The Detroit News reported.

It is also known that the Bronco will be built on the Ford Ranger pickup truck platform with removable roof and doors. The original Bronco model was built on a Ford F-150 chassis, the news outlet said. It will also feature Bronco blazed across the grille and have a high ground clearance for some serious off-road capabilities.

Part of Ford’s strategy with the Bronco is to release a full bevy of accessories to stylize the 4x4 much like its rival the Jeep Wrangler offers. Powering the SUV is thought to be a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine with a two-turbo 2.7-liter V6 powertrain as an option. It is also expected to have automatic and manual drivetrain options.

Ford has plans to pit the Bronco against the Jeep Wrangler and will introduce a smaller SUV model dubbed the Bronco Sport. Ford may also introduce a Raptor version of the Bronco with a more powerful engine option. Price tag on the full-size Bronco 4x4 is expected in the low $30,000 range.

Ford will produce the Bronco at its Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, which is reportedly the same plant where the first model was built for 30 years before it was discontinued.

Shares of Ford stock were up 12.18% as of 1:26 p.m. EDT on Friday.

Ford Race Bronco Ford showed off the Bronco R race-inspired model at Baja 1000. Photo: Ford