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Yeah I was anticipating a hand full of these style leaks leading up to the actual reveal. My guess is still mid to late next month for the actual reveal.
sooner than that psssstttttt KOH.

 

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I miss spoke above and you are correct. It seems the Warthog will follow its big brother the Raptor so will have:

- a valved exhaust so a button to control it (quiet, normal, sport and baja)
- steering wheel modes (normal, sport and baja)
- a button to control the live shocks (normal, sport and baja)

just a guess

The one button I can see looks like a steering wheel...which from my 2 second research is Selectable Steering modes, Normal, Sport, Comfort. At least that is what the Gen 2 Raptor has.
 

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I miss spoke above and you are correct. It seems the Warthog will follow its big brother the Raptor so will have:

- a valved exhaust so a button to control it (quiet, normal, sport and baja)
- steering wheel modes (normal, sport and baja)
- a button to control the live shocks (normal, sport and baja)

just a guess
You are probably correct for 3 of the buttons, but @D2dhanover said 6 new buttons...that is a lot of options!
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are those the Roush wheels?
 

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FWIW: Still looks digital to me. Plenty of companies have made analog-appearing digital gauges.
Agreed. I hope they make that this configuration an OTA update. The current tach is a bummer and kind of worthless
 
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A sweeping tachometer needle is soooo much easier to read with a just glance as opposed to a digital vertical bar graph.
I guess not having a tach on certain motorcycles and nonperformance vehicles made me learn to shift by ear/feel. Gone are the days of knowing when to shift.
 

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there are 3 wheels options on the GEN3 Raptor:

- base
- beadlock
- 37" performance package beadlock >> see below

It is interesting that all warthogs have always used Raptor wheels. I wonder when released, the warthog will be on the F150 bolt pattern?

@D2dhanover can you shed some light?

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are those the Roush wheels?

 
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