First (Actual) 2021 Bronco U725 Prototype SPIED!!

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At first I thought it was just outdoorsy stuff, snowflake, binoculars, convertible buggy, rapids but I wouldn’t be surprised if Ford hid some Easter eggs in there. Curious what others think too
Outdoorsy stuff.

They market the Escape as "the ultimate go anywhere do anything vehicle" ... so I wouldn't read too much into the icons or marketing language.
 

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I mean . . . do you not know what we do here? It’s pretty much our MO to over analyze everything
Yeah, while it's highly likely the camo represents "adventure" as a whole, there's really nothing else for us to do at this point besides over-analyze what little we've been given and be hopeful for what we haven't seen.
 

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They're just your standard parks & rec symbols with BRONCO scattered throughout this time. Several of the first Frankenrangers had that camo on them last year, except for the Bronco lettering. I can't find which thread it was in here, but it was talked about then too.
 

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Ford needs to give us some higher resolution "spy photos" so we can determine if its just big parks logos, or features. I think its a mix. Got your adventure related stuff, the topless bronco, trail markers, etc.
 

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When will we get more info, it's like being given a freebie by the dealer so you get hooked xD
 

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So if binoculars are used to look at things that are farther away then if we use them on a Ranger we can see that the next generation Ranger will have a SFA option?
 

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