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I'm hoping Chrispy's suggestion that the colors will be more dynamic in real life vs computer imagines will make the choices more palatable. The comparison of red between the render and the mustang is a big difference. That red is not an auto-skip.
Of course computer vs real life images are going to look different, with the real life ones looking better and more dynamic.

Even real life images can make colors look completely different depending on lighting. Look at how Rapid Red can look in sunny vs indoors conditions.


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I was dead set on Orange, but Lucid Red with a white top would be gorgeous.
 

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Love the renders. They look great. I too hope that there are some more exciting colors. But blues usually win for me.


That's what most customers choose. If there are odd colors available, most dealers will make you order it.
It's a self-perpetuating cycle - dealers order what customers want. Many buyers these days don't plan out a purchase like us here would, so they show up to the dealer wanting a car, and they don't want neon purple, so the dealer doesn't order neon purple, they'll order safe colors like black, white, and gray that people may not love, but are ok with one of those three. So then those three become what "sells" despite there likely being interest in other colors, but not enough for a dealer to keep all the colors on the lot.
 

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they'll order safe colors like black, white, and gray that people may not love, but are ok with one of those three.
But the issue here is you can't order something that ain't even on the menu!

My belief is Ford KNOWS this is an enthusiast vehicle...they KNOW a number of Gen 1 colors would be very popular - but they're keeping those in reserve to dangle for future special editions.
 

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God, the round headlights just look so dorky... gives off serious jimny vibes

I’m sure Bronco people will hate me, but I really hope there will will be an “angry eye” grille guard available like in the moaoun renders... not too angry like Jeep’s options, just a little detail to do away with the awkward looking round headlights
 

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why does it look so out of proportion? or is that just my eyes
 

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