Ummm what do you know sirI think you are going to find that the two (2) door has a wheelbase of 96.4 and the four (4) door has
a wheelbase of 112 making the four door approximately 16 in. longer . Both vehicles supports five
passengers in the same number of seats and space. The extra 16 inches will be behind the back
seat to store 4 doors and roof panels.
i did not know that the bronco R had a 112 wheelbase. i mesured it from the spyshots and got 113, +-margin of error and all that.The 112” dimension is used as a reference because it is the only wheelbase dimension recorded using a measuring tape on an actual vehicle. Granted, it was the BroncoR, but this is supposed to be essentially the same chassis. Wheelbase is likely the same. Separate from that, my own wheelbase estimates using known wheel and tire diameters, I have consistently came in at 112” to 116”, so the 112” measurement does not seem out of line. I would not be too surprised by a 116” WB either, other than it does not match the BroncoR measurement.
The body length is more difficult to estimate from pictures as the overall length is measured at a different plane from the known dimensions like tires and wheels. Folks who are estimating 14’ and less are not compensating for this perspective. 15’ (180”) is a reasonable estimate taking into account the wheelbase and the short overhangs noted in the photos, but this may be off by 6” or so. 16’ length from the “shoe” measurement seems on the high side from what I see in the photos and the overhangs for such a vehicle. The good thing, we should know the real dimensions soon.
Not THAT is camo, Bronco the size of a superduty on 53's but the sidewall says 32", and the only drivers spotted are NFL or NBA playersEwww. :stop:
That's nearly as long as a crew cab pickup. (Ranger is 127")
Does that mean we were all wrong and the prototype is rolling on 44" tires too, despite what the sidewall says? :turkey: