Not sure, but F150 is steel floor. Im hoping Bronco has quiet steel floor like F150 with aluminum sheet metal. Aluminum f150 is a lot harder to dent than steel one was due to steel getting so thin to save weight.
I would have to see but the last update was the SS was going to be different like there’s 301, 304 etc.. whatever SS their using for their spacecraft supposedly it will be the same on the cybertruck
Yeah no, I have a 2018 superduty, same cab as the F150, the entire cab and all panels are entirely Aluminum.Not sure, but F150 is steel floor. Im hoping Bronco has quiet steel floor like F150 with aluminum sheet metal. Aluminum f150 is a lot harder to dent than steel one was due to steel getting so thin to save weight.
They are going from 30x cold-rolled steel to a 304L approximate alloy. Similar but a bit lighter and stronger than 30x. Its stuff they are working on for the Starship.
Crawl underneath and check the floor. If its same as F150 (and I think it is), it's quiet steel for noise reduction. All the rest is aluminum. I read that the company now makes quiet aluminum panels as well, but I've never seen anything that ford started using them.Yeah no, I have a 2018 superduty, same cab as the F150, the entire cab and all panels are entirely Aluminum.
Is this a unibody construction ?We mentioned it in the recent factory photos thread, but wanted to break it out for search and discussion purposes.
Here is the breakdown of aluminum and steel construction of the 2021 Bronco body parts.
Aluminum Front fenders
Aluminum Rear fenders
Boron Steel sport tubes / cage
The cybertruck as it was shown is vaporware, it will never exist for many reasons (including it doesn't fit into a standard sized garage door). There might be a Cybertruck eventually, but it isn't going to be what was displayed in the infamous window breaking demo. I own a model S, but frankly the cybertruck is the first Tesla design where I thought they've absolutely lost the plot and someone needs to tell emperor Elon he has no clothes. When I watched the jay leno test drive, it was massive, impractical, and not very maneuverable. The Rivian truck looks much better and more practical as an actual truck, but the odds of that being built is probably also small.Lol I have mine on reserve but might take 2-3 years until I get it