I was a big eruption green fan and was excited to change my 2021 Shadow Black order to a 2022 Eruption Green. Then I got VIN and a late 2021 build date. Happy for the Bronco but bummed that it will not be green.
Gotta love those old 1-stage paints! They look good, but just don't have much gloss or warmth to them. I'm expecting AEG to have a lot more flop and depth than "Dark Green Metallic" (the actual name for that color, not very original for a paint name).Joined this club today with a 4 door Black Diamond 2.7 Mid Sasquatch, now the waiting game begins. I am glad that those pictures of the Mustang were posted, as this color really reminds me of a green that I once saw on a 1970's-era Mach1 Mustang. I think this color is going to look great with just about any trim or configuration Ford is currently offering on the Bronco, I don't think you can go wrong with this green.
The Mustang I remember was pretty similar to this, I don't have any idea if it was a factory color or not, or if it's the same color, but it reminds me so much of that. Very memorable color.
what a great car to cruise in! Love it.This is my '51 Fleetline and the failing 1-stage finally put me over the edge and has a modern paint on it now.
I originally ordered Hot Pepper Red, but decided to switch to Eruption Green. This just solidified my decision. HPR is too orange for my liking.Didn't see this come up anywhere yet, but all the paint colors were sprayed onto water bottles and displayed at SEMA this year.
Here is a screen grab from the attached video at around 22:30. Eruption Green looks pretty good next to all of the other colors!
I honestly love Hot Pepper Red and just saw it on a Ranger today, but my Jeep I drove for nearly a decade was red and it's time for a change. I am on the Cyber Orange train for now, but I could waffle to Eruption Green. I think I need to see it in person first though.I originally ordered Hot Pepper Red, but decided to switch to Eruption Green. This just solidified my decision. HPR is too orange for my liking.
Looks really good in the sunlight.