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.Most members have covered the bases, and I'm sure your secret squirrel meeting will make the answers obvious w/o having to dive into any further questions...
BUT, here's my list anyway:
Engine - is there truth to the plug-in hybrid engine somewhere down the road (similar to the almost 500 HP Aviator engine)?
Transmission - are both auto and manual still a possibility, and at what trim levels?
Body - is it aluminum; and is the top modular?
Interior options- will there be hose-out and/or non-carpeted floor options? Is the hyper-drive button that we've seen on the dash going to make it to production? OK, just kidding about that last one.
Timeline- when will we get to see the damn thing in all it's glory and start making wish-lists of all the 150+ options!
Support - After the release, can we get a Ford rep from the project to reveal themselves (or join the forum) to answer all the questions we've had brewing for three years.
And welcome to the forum @BroncoMan
Good question. I think I remember someone saying the NEW Ranger (next gen) frame will be based on the upcoming Bronco's frame; the Bronco is not built on the CURRENT Ranger frame.Most questions should be answered I imagine. Things like engine choices, trim levels, ect.... Trying to think of things they won't talk about...
...What this bronco means for the next gen ranger. Will it become a more serious rig?
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.
Ages ago, I was a lot attendant at my sisters (then) bf's dads car lotMy wife loved my 97 F-150 with a bench seat. Soooo many options.... !!!