The rear looks like a knockoff JK, which is already outdated by the JL. I’m not a Jeep fan at all, just disappointed in the lack of imagination with the rear window and really the entire rear mimicking the Jeep so closely. Why’d it take 5 years to copy the JK?
I only got through the first 8 pages of this one, and I just have to say these photos/renders whatever tf they are, they’re ABSOLUTELY HIDEOUS.
The two-door looks like the FrankenRanger still. It’s 40% hood, 40% door and 20% rear window. It looks pieces together and unfinished.
I’m not sure why everyone assumes that Ford can so easily trace the photos to the person who took the photos. Do you think Ford is going back through security footage right now and can somehow pinpoint the exact second the photo was taken, based on . . . what?
Plastic flares look cheap, like someone slapped the vehicle together with bubble gum. Every time I see a truck with those goofy ass plastic flares, I have to look and see what the driver looks like . . . almost always a guy who needs a step stool to get in his vehicle.
These photos seem cherry-picked to make the Bronco appear smaller than the Jeep.
I’m sure the camera got at least one shot from behind where the two vehicles were closer together, or maybe one at any point where the Bronco isn’t further away from the camera than the Jeep.
The only people setting themselves up for disappointment, are the ones not buying Ford stock while it’s at $7.21. I’ve got a second market account set up for my second Bronco already, gonna try and fund that purchase with Ford’s climb over the next 3 years.
This must be the lower trim F-150’s screen?
I can’t believe they’re still putting screens like that in 2021 vehicles. The Toyotas are the worst, cheap little dinky screens that seriously look and operate just like a flip phone screen.
I think that’s just the camo unevenly touching the lights. The taillight on the right side has two illuminated corners while the one on the left side only has one illuminated corner. That tells me we’re not seeing all of the illumination on at least the left side, and likely not seeing the...
Repeating the same 112 number with nothing to support it, does little for the conversation.
The 112 number is objectively wrong, just look at the poor scaling/calibrations/whatever that is, consider what people who have seen it said (Teo said here that 112 is wrong; the guy who saw it...
If the car is driving away from the photographer at a slight angle, like it is in the photo used in the masterful scaling here, then it will make the vehicle appear shorter.
I don’t think that’s very complicated.
Seems obvious to me that you guys were using a photo of the Bronco that was not straight-on. If the side profile is at an angle, your “calibration” will be off.
I trust the guy who actually saw it more than I trust your calibrations.
Edit: Look at all the different angles unaccounted for: