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Came off Mike Levine’s twitter feed
not sure, maybe. But that roofline is different than everything else we've seen of it, with the exception of a heavily camouflaged mule where they were hiding the roofline.
Nope, just a restored 1968 Bronco with a Supercharged 5.2L V8
I agree with Shermanaitor.
Seems a little tall for the One Without a Name. Either it's the One Without a Name and it's going to be larger than I anticipated, or it's something else.
That’s the one Jay Leno did if I recall.
I agree with you, Shoemaimer is probably correct.
Had me pumped for a second!
This is Funny!
I've recently heard that the Baby Bronco or Bronco Sport or Whatever It's Going To Be Called is being delayed until after the BroncoBronco has been announced and will be a 2021 MY Vehicle.
Can any of out insiders comment on this?
I haven't heard this yet, but they might have decided just to skip it for 2020 and make it 2021 MY since they're trying to get everything in line timing wise. They totally skipped 2020 MY Econoline and Med Duty so anything is possible.
I don't think there was ever much of a chance it was going to be out before 2021MY.
For practical reasons, if it's going to share the Bronco name, it can't really come out before the BroncoBronco. That would just be a public confusion headache.
As far as "before", that could be seconds or weeks. I doubt Maverick is substantially less developed than BroncoBronco considering that we've seen a bunch of production bodied prototypes simultaneously.
A month ago when Carmaker1 threw out a timeline I was kinda hoping that had some UAW fudge factor...maybe we'll see stuff sooner. On the other hand, Chrispy kinda hints of several things not being finalized with Bronco.
Maverick (which I've read is actually Bronco Sport) sure doesn't seem to be generating much stand alone buzz...and won't be as newsworthy as a new EV...so you'd think Ford would want as much coattail to ride on as possible.