I wasn't sure how to resolve the end of the colored roof - there's a character line in the body work there that doesn't line up with the window (seen in the second image). The first one I put the white down to the top of the window. The third one was black with body color pillars just for fun.
They ought to throw out a video of both Bronco Sport and Bronco next to each other on a stage with tarps over them both, and then have them start creeping forward with the tarps starting to pull off/up the front, and then cut the video off as we start to see body panels.
I mean, I'll take a...
A V6 doesn't fit in Ranger because of how it's designed (the powertrain can't fit sliding up from underneath when powertrain/body meets on the assembly line). Since it's just a modified ROW model, it wasn't designed to accomodate larger powertrains. the next gen model will account for this and...
If they don't announce a hybrid powertrain at the reveal, they won't answer that question regardless of whether it's coming or not. They'd give the standard "we don't comment on future product plans" and would announce it somewhere later.
It'd certainly be nice, and I'm sure we'll eventually get there, but there still is a price difference apparently enough to make them optional on most models.
Well, the accents and the lights themselves.
You're just seeing different trim levels. The ones today showing the whole vehicle look to be a lower trim with standard headlights and taillights. Whereas the ones from the other day are likely a mid-level trim with LED head/taillights and painted flares.
A few possibilities:
1) Some sort of cover on the spy model
2) Different running light setups for different trim levels.
Not necessarily - some LED setups use reflectors that otherwise look like halogen.