The sheetmetal is looking more and more like a standard Bronco with larger flares.
Why are they quoting 35" tires, I thought we had seen 37" tires in some of the other photos?
You missed the part where it was supposed to be call the "Bronco Warthog", Ford even trademarked the name Warthog.Wouldn't this suggest that BRONCO is the well-established name, i.e., it will not be called the Ford Warthog? Their examples don't seem to backup their case: F-150 Lightning, MUSTANG Mach-e.
Pretty sure the real reason they aren't going with Warthog is because people like me said it's a stupid name!per article in today’s Ford Authority:
Sources familiar with the matter have told us that Ford’s current leadership favors powerful, well-recognized names over new names that would need to establish recognition in the marketplace. It is precisely for that reason that two of the newest Ford products rely on existing names with plenty of history, cachet, recognition.
We’re of course referring to FoMoCo’s decision to name its first dedicated EV as the Mustang Mach-E (rather than just “Mach-E”) and its first electric pickup the F-150 Lightning (rather than F-150 EV or F-150 Electric). In that light, the Warthog name has no recognition beyond those closely following the latest Bronco-related news and developments. In fact, it’s not even clear which of the four warthogs inspired the Warthog name to begin with.