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Also appears to be space for 3 lights above the F O R D letters.
Most likely a DOT requirement due to the width just like the Raptor.
 

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I believe this just a easily be a Ford Performance part too to give people their own personal look to their Bronco possibly.
 

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I think it will look damn good just like it does on the Raptor, but...

BD grille is still my preferred.
 

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Isn't it the grille on the Base and Black Diamond?

edit: So the BD grille looks to be the one on the render, but 8200D has 6 slots top and bottom instead of 7. 🤔

Maybe it's what the WT was going to get before they put a Badlands one on it?
Mine has 6 as well…I did my render before these were released. It’s the heritage grill makes sense. Same amount of slots on the OG bronco 6 across ;)
 

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Looks like @flip stumbled onto the Raptor / Warthog grill -- see grille "8200E"
You can tell by looking at the pic, that above the Ford and below the Ford will be filled in by the yellowish green plastic part behind it in the schematic. Looks like two rows on top and two on bottom, with a tiny 3rd row on the bottom where the opening expands to meet the headlight. Unfortunately it’s a low resolution image. But it looks 11-12 oval openings makes sense.some every other oval shaped opening looks to be pushed back a bit. I was hoping that would go with the hexagon shape you normally see on a raptor, but I’m guessing since all bronco grills have that oval shape, they are trying to stick with a similar design language…I’m mocking up a model of the grill now ;)
 

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As far as the one above potentially being the heritage grill it’s easy to comfirm by looking at the camo heritage bronco already on this forum. You can see enough of the grill behind the camo to see the shape of the oval openings along with the hint of the red Ford letters.
 
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You can tell by looking at the pic, that above the Ford and below the Ford will be filled in by the yellowish green plastic part behind it in the schematic. Looks like two rows on top and two on bottom, with a tiny 3rd row on the bottom where the opening expands to meet the headlight. Unfortunately it’s a low resolution image. But it looks 11-12 oval openings makes sense.some every other oval shaped opening looks to be pushed back a bit. I was hoping that would go with the hexagon shape you normally see on a raptor, but I’m guessing since all bronco grills have that oval shape, they are trying to stick with a similar design language…I’m mocking up a model of the grill now ;)
Interesting because I was thinking it was a hexagon pattern. I know it's super low res but just above the "D" there is a good sense of a hex shape. The rest is just a blurry mess
 

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Could this Warthog be electric or hybrid?
I doubt we'll see an electric Bronco until maybe 2024 due to the number of products they just launched. Incorporating a hybrid drivetrain like they put in the Aviator? Definite possibility.
 

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Could this Warthog be electric or hybrid?
Not yet. It'll be the 3.0 like the Explorer ST. It'll be a couple years before we see a hybrid. There was a 2.3 hybrid powertrain leaked for the next gen ranger that I imagine will also make it's way into the Bronco.
 

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I see what you mean. Would look a lot better with the hex if they stick with it

Interesting because I was thinking it was a hexagon pattern. I know it's super low res but just above the "D" there is a good sense of a hex shape. The rest is just a blurry mess
 

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Seems odd that it would say FORD instead of BRONCO... but I like the larger FORD better either way.
 

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