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

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Still no word on color options for the roll cage (if any), right? Is the best guess that it will be body color?
I'm looking for the answer to this as well. Would love white roll bars
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Speaking of roof colors..... 😜

I like the white roof with CG, but with A51 will go with black....

That being said and knowing the availability of matching color roofs....My question is can you mix and match them? Can you do A51 body and CG roof for example?

sorry if this has been asked.
 

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All I know is if I can't get mine with a black left front panel, white front right panel, black 2nd row panels and white rear section, I'm cancelling my reservation.
 

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Gad I am so all over the board on this. Since the beginning I thought I wanted the retro wheels, white top and grill. But after spending an hour in Photoshop this morning I’m thinking I’ll contrast my Badlands AMB with the stock Carbonized Gray top, wheels and grill. My wife says my choices are evolving 😄
 

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I'm looking for the answer to this as well. Would love white roll bars
I’m thinking a super cool look would be the white roll bar prototype but instead of cactus, velocity blue. I think that would look SWEET
 

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Speaking of roof colors..... 😜

I like the white roof with CG, but with A51 will go with black....

That being said and knowing the availability of matching color roofs....My question is can you mix and match them? Can you do A51 body and CG roof for example?

sorry if this has been asked.
If that is your plan then just order a color matched roof and have it painted whatever color you want at a body shop.
 

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All I know is if I can't get mine with a black left front panel, white front right panel, black 2nd row panels and white rear section, I'm cancelling my reservation.
NO!!!! It must be black RIGHT front panel and white LEFT front panel! There is only one way - and you have chosen the wrong way.
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Still no word on color options for the roll cage (if any), right? Is the best guess that it will be body color?
I can almost guarantee they won't do a two tone. It will be body colored.

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that's backwards. the passive drain requires no user action. the active drain requires the user to pull the plug out of the hole.
If you care about how water exits a Bronco it probably helps to care about the two methods Ford has provided to achieve that function.

Passive is a defined term, it doesn’t require user intervention. The passive ”openings” will drain water without you doing anything. Standard on all trims.

Active requires user intervention - pulling a plug. It will drain water much more quickly - suitable for hosing out a vehicle. Not available on all trims.
These two posts are correct. It's amazing to me that so many people don't understand the simple concept of active vs. passive.
 

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I'm looking for the answer to this as well. Would love white roll bars
The entire cab with roll bars welded in is sprayed at the same time with the same paint. So the only possibility of having a different color roll bar than the painted surface is if there is plastic cladding over it, or you can apply vinyl.

All body pillars (A, B, C, D) will be color-matched to the exterior paint under whatever covering/trim they put over the top.
 

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Thank you for getting the answer to this! Although, I had come around to liking the white handles, I prefer body colored handles.
I would actually prefer chrome door handles with the white top. I'm gonna see if thats possible without waiting on after market to catch up. And a chrome grill, almost forgot. That would be super retro.
 
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