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Bronco Short Film - a breakdown by frame

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I apologize for the quality of the photos but I’m doing this by cell phone. We got to see or confirm a number of things that we haven’t seen before. Some of them are: first painted roof, a bucking horse emblem on the tail gate, various new colors (blue, silver, red), B shaped tail lights (W/horseshoe like ends), rock Rails or deployable running boards, good look at front bumper, a weird link in front of the front tires (sway bar maybe), and a straight Front axle?

The last one is highly doubtful but I swear I see a hog head and control arm mounts in the front. See pics.

Painted roof:
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Bucking horse emblem and “B” tailights

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Front axle observations:

2021 Bronco Front Axle 1.jpg
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Blue?

2021 Bronco Antimatter Blue.jpg



Silver?

2021 Bronco Iconic Silver.jpg




First good look at front bumper:

2021 Bronco Front Bumper.jpg

Rock sliders and/ or deployable running boards:
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um, yeah. that...that does not look like IFS. really does look like an off center, radius arm mount points, and looks straight and solid across.

angle is deceiving, we are seeing the rear axle and pumpkin from the front of the bronco looking back, and an angle that isn't obvious in the still frame. nothing conclusive here.
 
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n/m. I found the frames you use, the trucks is at an angle lookcing back from in front, that is the rear axle pumpkin we are seeing.
 

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I also agree after watching it many times - you are seeing the rear axle. Watch closely as it pans, the position of where you see the pumpkin will be farther back than possible for the front
 
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I also agree after watching it many times - you are seeing the rear axle. Watch closely as it pans, the position of where you see the pumpkin will be farther back than possible for the front
Oh I know what ya mean but the control arm area is still completely flat... maybe they put portals on it lol
 

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Oh I know what ya mean but the control arm area is still completely flat... maybe they put portals on it lol
this I agree with, while watching I found it curious that I couldn't make anything out on the front suspension, in which the lower control arms should be pretty visible, even given those angles.
 
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Honestly I was most pumped by the emblem on the tailgate. The SFA pic was just an observation lol
 

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right there on the driver side is the LCA. I think they have something in there to block a good view of the front suspension though looking at the previous frames, it is too flat across, and too low for the lower front valence to be what is blocking it. see this:
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