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Only a couple of things to add:

1. The off-road prototype we saw with 315/70/17 tires is not the raptor, it’s just one of the higher trim off road versions. Raptor/rock monster has yet to be seen.

2. The hybrid is likely to be a 4 cylinder hybrid, there was an article a few weeks back about the upcoming ranger hybrid in Australia and it is a 4 cylinder plug in. https://jalopnik.com/the-next-ford-ranger-could-come-with-plug-in-hybrid-pow-1843640675

3. trims have been confirmed by the Bronco Sport leak to not be F-150. The trims will likely be:
-‘66 is the first edition
-Big bend base model
-Outer banks luxury model
-Badlands off-road trim
-Rock monster
-????????!!!!!!??????-Secret shit

4. Price. Under $30k is not happening. Expect a base 2-door somewhere in the $35k-$40k range like the Ranger configuration I have posted

Other than those nit picks awesome work!
Also Idk about the hybrid from Australia. Just because they have so many different power trains then here in USA. We’ll see but a good eye



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Devin....what's your latest SWAG on exterior dimensions for the 2-door? W/B - L - W - H ...and is your length estimate with or W/O spare tire?
Not going to include dimensions until we get more info. To wide of a range. At this point “similar to Wranlger”
 

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from this picture, what we can see is 16 tire widths (including the spare) . if we are assuming 255's on this version with the desert duelers, they are 10" wide. so 160" plus the front bumper. approximately 14 feet long.

Devin....what's your latest SWAG on exterior dimensions for the 2-door? W/B - L - W - H ...and is your length estimate with or W/O spare tire?
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from this picture, what we can see is 16 tire widths (including the spare) . if we are assuming 255's on this version with the desert duelers, they are 10" wide. so 160" plus the front bumper. approximately 14 feet long.



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General guesstimations on the size right now is 2 door is slightly longer than wrangler 4 door slightly shorter.
Width is slight wider.
height similar.
 
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*** UPDATED - Including guestimations on size of vehicles. As well is possible different tires yet to come. As well as disclaimer on base price. And a new possible hybrid motor.
 
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First time I read about a motorized soft top ! Hardtop, motorized soft combo ?... Check the box for that ! Naw, too much to ask for!
hard top OR soft top. Not both at same time.
but ford filed a boat load of patients last year that could mean anything Is possible for the top.
 

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As far as tires, 35's & 37's will be available from the factory... no Raptor required. This I am certain of.
Hmmm, have seen thus mentioned several times here. Something about "Warthog".
37's just seems insane from the factory.
 

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Hmmm, have seen thus mentioned several times here. Something about "Warthog".
37's just seems insane from the factory.
This is an insane vehicle.

The hype is real friends. All the nitpicking is going to go away when it’s shown. Other than people who want some lame little wrangler sport competitor. That shit isn’t happening.
 

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This is an insane vehicle.

The hype is real friends. All the nitpicking is going to go away when it’s shown. Other than people who want some lame little wrangler sport competitor. That shit isn’t happening.
Those people will have to get a Bronco Sport...that’s how Ford decided on the “Sport” name...
 

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This is an insane vehicle.

The hype is real friends. All the nitpicking is going to go away when it’s shown. Other than people who want some lame little wrangler sport competitor. That shit isn’t happening.
I understand that there are some people who want just the basic architecture and to not have to pay for all the extras they were going to strip or replace anyways. But if I am going for a true rock crawler/desert runner build, I'm doing it with a older vehicle anyways, or a tube frame and only the body would be 'bronco'. If you don't plan on going full balls to the wall out, and keep it streetable, then those extras can come in handy there. the bronco now is not the bronco of old, the old bronco was a brute force solution to life's problems. big rock? power over it. Big creek? Power through it, big muddy hill, V8 power that SOB. which was acceptable to build something like that factory. Nowadays it's not really acceptable to the public to put as large of a motor as possible into the smallest frame you can squeeze it in, and include essentially zero safety equipment because it would take up room that the engine is using. So we'll have these hill descent, electronic front dig, etc etc to help make up for the big power little weight recipe of yesteryear.

And for those who are planning on V8 swapping, what is paying an extra 3-4k for the truck you are about to drop another 20k-30k into for that engine and swap?
 

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Are you referring to the license plate location?....the antenna?...the rear gate?
I mean of course those small things will remain but Ford has their reasons. I mean like the V8/suspension complaints.
 



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