Ford (F) has teased the release of its new Bronco 4x4 with a new video that shows the vehicle’s ruggedness and driving capabilities. The prototype took the high desert of California for a test drive by Ford experts, which showed that the SUV is being developed for some serious off-road driving.

The Bronco 4x4 is slated to be debuted in spring 2020 and has yet to be featured in its full entirety as the vehicle in the video is also heavily cloaked in camouflage. While speculated renderings of the SUV have circulated, sparse details are known about the vehicle to date.

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The release of the new Bronco will be the return of the SUV, following Ford’s discontinuation of the vehicle back in 1996. Ford previously teased the return of the Bronco in another video that showed the 4x4 throughout the years.

The design of the new Bronco is based on a fully boxed, body on-frame global T6 architecture, Ford said. The Bronco prototype in the video was being tested in the Mojave Desert’s Johnson Valley, also where the King of the Hammers motorsports series is held.

According to Ford, the Bronco 4x4 is “being pushed to its limits” as it was built exactly for the grueling desert terrain it is being tested in.

This will be the sixth generation of the Bronco SUV for when released by Ford.

Shares of Ford stock were down 0.81% as of 1:51 p.m. EST on Monday.

Ford teases new Bronco 4x4 in new video. In the Mojave Desert’s Johnson Valley, home to such punishing motorsports series as King of the Hammers, the Bronco prototype is being pushed to its limits off-road in grueling conditions crawling up rocks and racing across sand. Ford Motor Company