I bet they only said that because it was easier to lie ahead of time, than to explain to the customer why the guy doing the pre-delivery didn't follow directions and drilled two holes in their brand new car.Hopefully we can do the same. Dealers i have worked with were required to drill them due to the state law (according to them).
My Focus ST was delivered with no plate holes, dealer installed!My guess from my past experience with Ford is there will be pre drilled holes where the dealer will install the plate bracket with rivets.
Part of my order instructions include, DO NOT MOUNT FRONT LICENSE PLATE BRACKET.
The other is , DONT ETCH THE WINDOWS, I AM NOT PAYING FOR IT.
You're right, the angle and cropped perspective is throwing me off. Found a wide angle shot of the dimples. First photo.It's definitely off the real-deal Bronco. The Outer Banks.
There's some good ideas here. https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/front-license-plate-mounting-location.8005/page-3This is how they used to do it. Not much more elegant in '21, LOL.
My issue is that I work on a government installation and for some reason they think it's their civic duty to make sure everyone's tags and safety inspection are current so I'll have to figure something out as VA requires a front plate.