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We just got our first good look at the interior of the 2021 Ford Bronco, revealing a simple, retro-inspired dash design, and an interior ready to handle lots of accessories!

Simple, Retro-Inspired Dash Caught Undisguised
We see a flat dash-top, and simple surface development, consistent with the 60’s-era Broncos. The only think that graces the dash face is a reasonably-sized LCD display, flanked by two vertical air vents. The reflections kill a lot of the detail, but simple button-operated HVAC controls appear to reside below the screen, with a row of buttons above the infotainment display. Tape appears to cover something on the dash face, which may be emblazoned with a Bronco-related graphic.

Numerous AUX Switches Above Rear-View Mirror
A row of six large toggle switches reside above the rear-view mirror, which will likely be able to power a variety of add-on accessories, planned to be a major part of the Bronco’s launch.

On the center console, we can see a chunky gear-shift lever, and a series of buttons behind it, which is likely a version of Ford’s Terrain-Management functionality. A push-button start can be seen to the right of the steering wheel.

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whats with the red "self-destruct" button?
E-stop. It's in any test mule or camo'd test vehicle you'll ever see. It's an important part of software development.

(also it very clearly says "emergency stop" on it)
 

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ahhh makes sense a separate braking system in case a prototype goes haywire
 
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Interesting is the array of off road type icons next to the Big Red Button.. seems to have lots of Raptor type off road modes...
 

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The box behind the rearview mirror on the windshield looks huge. Not sure what that its about.

On top of the dash almost looks like buttons.

Edit: They are buttons. From left. auto stop/start? Front locker. Rear Locker. Transfer case lock? Traction Control. Hazards?
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If those switches come that far back on the roof maybe the removable top is more like a T-top with the middle intact.

The glare conviently hides when I would expect a manual transfer case shifter to be
 

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The box behind the rearview mirror on the windshield looks huge. Not sure what that its about.

On top of the dash almost looks like buttons.

If those switches come that far back on the roof maybe the removable top is more like a T-top with the middle intact.

The glare conviently hides when I would expect a manual transfer case shifter to be
Looks like it might have a rotary knob instead of a shifter for the 4x4 stuff?
 

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E-stop. It's in any test mule or camo'd test vehicle you'll ever see. It's an important part of software development.

(also it very clearly says "emergency stop" on it)
E-stop? Looks more like a pilot eject button to me, maybe mislabeled as an E-stop.

And what is this?

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That a hook like the Jeeps have for their top? Or hook for visor? and if you take off roof, what is the deal with all those switches up there? They just flop in the wind? Or could this be like the full size Bronco's where driver and front passenger had actual roof above their heads? My god I'm left with so many questions right now!! :crazy:
 
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