Camouflaged topper on Bronco prototype a pop-up camper roof tent or power soft top?

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These were taken in Pennsylvania by Jeremy Kinneer at the Hilton Garden Inn in Uniontown, PA.

2021 Bronco pop-up camper tent topper roof 5.jpg


2021 Bronco pop-up camper tent topper roof 2-2.jpg
Do you suppose it [the fat camouflaged roof topper] could be some kind of slimline roof top tent built specifically for the Bronco that they haven't revealed yet?





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;) I was thinking of something similar w/ those PA pics myself, but I hadn't narrowed it down quite as much as you.

About the right height as your pics.

It's got to be, why else keep the crazy camo?
 

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Ursa Minor also said u could finance it through ford as well. So might be able to wrap it into the purchase price. Tho it would be like 7g or more.
think the Jeep one is close to that price range.
 

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Fugly addition and ruins the vehicle lines.

I mean who sleeps in their ride that much?
People who overland? Camp? Enjoy outdoors??
 

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Fugly addition and ruins the vehicle lines.

I mean who sleeps in their ride that much?
I'll be looking at living out of mine for a year. So, me? I don't always worry about "lines." Functionality always wins in the end.

Not everyone is buying a Bronco so they can look at the lines when it's parked in the driveway.

I'll be interested in the Ursa...but I need to get a feel for it in person first.
 

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If it was a rooftop tent, you’d assume hard top... and judging by the movement/shape/concave nature of the rear portion it doesn’t look to me like is a hard top sitting underneath it.

I think what’s more likely, judging by how far back this mule was first spotted, it’s just a cover to conceal the factory soft top... or maybe not even a complete top...

and it makes more sense to leave this on to test everything else about the vehicle, rather than take it off and expose an early prototype or something that isn’t actually weather tight.
 

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