Yeah, there's a lot of that, but I admit it feels good every time it gets retold.Awesome - a slide show of recycled unofficial renderguesses, complete with synthetic voice repeating numerous previously known mundane details, rumors, and undocumented/unsubstantiated speculation.
Right?!Yeah, there's a lot of that, but I admit it feels good every time it gets retold.
I would also be curious about the source of the solid axle as I believe the video did mention that came from that dealer meeting and who knows what could have been shared there that just isn't official at this point. The closest I've heard about the front susp is a 4/2018 Motor Trend article apparently paraphrasing Jim Farley at Ford *hinting* that the Bronco would take on a "desert runner" approach as oppose to taking on the Wrangler "head on". Not sure really what that means at this point but the IFS seems to be relevant here. Here's the article:
As for the manual, this all falls back to that Jalopnik article from October. Interesting, and kinda wild research - digging through LinkedIn profiles. But I am hopeful - Ford has been more aggressive already than I thought they would be with the removable doors and roof. But we really have no idea at this point. Not gonna lie tho, I'm happy with either an IFS or solid axle - the manual is what would make it for me. I mean, a seven speed - aka a six speed with a 1-low? Shut-up and take my money, I didn't want it anyway.
Electric F150, with IRS. It has been spotted testing already.This is just speculation, but I’m just going to leave this here for everyone...
That looks EXACTLY like a troller, I wouldn’t put any stock into the looks of it from that picture. Just looks a bit too... weird.This one is could be a bit more applicable, although I'm not sure what to take from this caricature of the vehicle. It looks like they may have used the Troller for the drawing. That mirror seems rahter impractically placed (though, to be honest, thats where the side mirrors are on my side by side).