Bronco White Tops, Multiple Vinyl Interior Colors & More Confirmed at Ford Employee Event

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Is that antimatter blue?
yes but the color doesnt really look like that
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Have mercy, I can now sleep at night since I know I can get the Area 51, or Velocity Blue with a White top. Many thanks to the Ford Gods for that good news. :)
 

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Pee funnel already exists. And who doesn't off road without at least a sixer of tallboys* from the night prior to pee into?

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*Meaning energy drinks, not 16-18 oz beer cans..... duhhhh!
Just put that in the drain hole and leave it there all night...problem solved! (Referring to the prior post about people peeing their pants.) :LOL:
 

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Check out these fine custom white steelies!! Btw this bronco also has a 3.5 Eco boost engine in it. Comes from Maxlider Bros.

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Those wheels look nice question about those style wheels how do the brakes get proper cooling with that kind of wheel design Or is it nothing to worry about
 

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Those wheels look nice question about those style wheels how do the brakes get proper cooling with that kind of wheel design Or is it nothing to worry about
I’d actually have to do some research to get the answer bc honestly I don’t know. I just assumed it works it self out lol. I first wondered the same question when I saw more ppl running those BR Armory wheels which where solid piece.

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Makes sense if the OB and WT are advertised as carpeted flooring as a creature comfort. Peel them back and you’re back to the rubberized floor with active drain plugs. Ford does refer to the rubberized flooring as “sparse” interior. However, it is a different stamping, which makes sense that it is only found in OB and above.. So, just a theory, OB and WT simply have carpet on top if we believe the Ford employee who said All trims starting with OB have drain plugs.
Perhaps there’s a “ carpet delete” checkbox lurking under the configurator carpet - yeahhh
I'm not holding my breath for that, but it would be cool to have an Outer Banks and have a nice carpeted interior but be able to pull it out and have a rubber floor for a trip where I thought it could get really dirty and/or wet.
 

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Those wheels look nice question about those style wheels how do the brakes get proper cooling with that kind of wheel design Or is it nothing to worry about
this is EXACTLY how I want to spec my new Bronco: body colored flares, white steelies, top and grill
 

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I’d actually have to do some research to get the answer bc honestly I don’t know. I just assumed it works it self out lol. I first wondered the same question when I saw more ppl running those BR Armory wheels which where solid piece.

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I really like the black rhino wheels if I go after market it will prob be these but I will check out fords options first
 

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I'm not holding my breath for that, but it would be cool to have an Outer Banks and have a nice carpeted interior but be able to pull it out and have a rubber floor for a trip where I thought it could get really dirty and/or wet.
I was thinking, the leaked configurator options mention both rubberized floor liners and rubberized cargo protector for the OB and WildTrak. It may very well be that the carpet pulls up and the liners can go down instead. Not the same thing as the contoured rubberized floors with active drains, but likely what we see in these OB photos below - the fishing concept vehicle. Note there are no active drains (so this is not the rubberized floor), however, no carpet is noticeable either. These might be the floor liners (like weather tec, but these look tighter) as seen in the leaked configurator. I’d be cool with that - and underneath are the passive plugs.


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Pee funnel already exists. And who doesn't off road without at least a sixer of tallboys* from the night prior to pee into?

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*Meaning energy drinks, not 16-18 oz beer cans..... duhhhh!
Just put that in the drain hole and leave it there all night...problem solved! (Referring to the prior post about people peeing their pants.) :LOL:
I thought that was a funnel to do oil changes
Could add a hose to the end of that and plug it into the drain hole.
That would be much cleaner than the astronaut diaper thing on cross-country trips...
 

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Could add a hose to the end of that and plug it into the drain hole.
That would be much cleaner than the astronaut diaper thing on cross-country trips...
heh. I started thinking about that poor guy tailgating me on the interstate :sneaky:
 

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Those wheels look nice question about those style wheels how do the brakes get proper cooling with that kind of wheel design Or is it nothing to worry about
there's enough cooling from the back side. for the type of vehicle it is sufficient. especially if there is some sort of brake duct. if it was more of a sports car/on road performance car there would definitely be brake ducts and maybe a better/open wheel design. plus with high quality brake fluid and a good rotor and pad, you'll be fine.
 
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