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What interior color do you want for the FE


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That would be interesting to have a 2022 First Edition. Talk about owning a Unicorn. But I'm guessing Ford will have just enough black mod tops at the end of the year to make all the FE's 2021. I'm definitely waiting for the Black Mod Hardtop. Damm thing looks great with matching black grille, black mirrors and black decals. Now we have matching black interior. Thank you Ford, I take back all the cursing I gave you over Navy Pier. 😆
The dream machine is back.
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the graphics package is not black. It is black and gray. See pics below. Hopefully they switch it back to all black. I doubt it though knowing how this whole deal has gone down.

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I would like a solid white and solid black option on the graphics for the FE. The mixed black and gray, I could do without.





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Lack of a tow package still kills the FE for me. :/
Agree. This is my main concern now. I know we can go aftermarket for many of the components that look OEM but perform better. However, not having an integrated trailer brake controller makes aftermarket options seem disjointed and far from an OEM looks. This along with being a very heavy vehicle with a very small payload. I realize the Bronco isn’t the ideal tow vehicle, but I still need to tow some toys and my small trailer
 

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the graphics package is not black. It is black and gray. See pics below. Hopefully they switch it back to all black. I doubt it though knowing how this whole deal has gone down.

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I would like a solid white and solid black option on the graphics for the FE. The mixed black and gray, I could do without.
Agree, prefer all black. I'm hoping they'll do all black on the Cactus Gray, just not sure how grey will look over Cactus gray. But I'm still riding high on the black interior, so I'll be fine on which ever they give us.
 

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Agree. This is my main concern now. I know we can go aftermarket for many of the components that look OEM but perform better. However, not having an integrated trailer brake controller makes aftermarket options seem disjointed and far from an OEM looks. This along with being a very heavy vehicle with a very small payload. I realize the Bronco isn’t the ideal tow vehicle, but I still need to tow some toys and my small trailer
I wonder if it can be a dealer installed option. It's showing on Ford's website as (towing capability)under FE packages. Worse case I'll go aftermarket as I tow my motorcycle a couple times a year.
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Thrilled about the all black interior option. However, I’m not sure it’s enough to keep me from ordering Badlands Sasquatch. For me there are still two issues with the First Edition

1) By my math a First Edition will be aprox $3200 more than a loaded Badlands. What are we getting for that premium? There’s literally nothing exclusive about it, except for one shade of blue which nobody will even notice is different. Lightening Blue is not even a unique color; it’s been used on just about every Ford vehicle over the past decade. And it’s way too close to Velocity Blue to be considered unique in on the Bronco.

2) We still don’t have the right top for the First Edition. To me the main benefit of the BL is the gray grill and trim matching the ONLY top we have available to us at launch. Makes no sense to me to take delivery of a vehicle with a mismatched top. It also makes no sense to me to wait months after launch to get your “first” edition delivered with the top it was always meant to have.

If Ford gave us the black mod top in time for us to take delivery ahead of everybody else by a month or so... then I’d consider paying the ridiculous premium for this trim package.
 

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I wonder if it can be a dealer installed option. It's showing on Ford's website as (towing capability)under FE packages. Worse case I'll go aftermarket as I tow my motorcycle a couple times a year.
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Hmmm...interesting. If that’s the case then I’m definitely all in on the First Edition.
 

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Thrilled about the all black interior option. However, I’m not sure it’s enough to keep me from ordering Badlands Sasquatch. For me there are still two issues with the First Edition

1) By my math a First Edition will be aprox $3200 more than a loaded Badlands. What are we getting for that premium? There’s literally nothing exclusive about it, except for one shade of blue which nobody will even notice is different. Lightening Blue is not even a unique color; it’s been used on just about every Ford vehicle over the past decade. And it’s way too close to Velocity Blue to be considered unique in on the Bronco.

2) We still don’t have the right top for the First Edition. To me the main benefit of the BL is the gray grill and trim matching the ONLY top we have available to us at launch. Makes no sense to me to take delivery of a vehicle with a mismatched top. It also makes no sense to me to wait months after launch to get your “first” edition delivered with the top it was always meant to have.

If Ford gave us the black mod top in time for us to take delivery ahead of everybody else by a month or so... then I’d consider paying the ridiculous premium for this trim package.
I'm sticking with my FE reservation. The black interior has kept me in the game. As someone mentioned FE Bronco's only come around once and 7000 units is still a very low production. Agree it sucks on the Black Mod Hardtop late availability, but a few more months of waiting for it won't kill me.
 
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ALCON, your thoughts? What if...

ALL blacked out interior (even dashsurround) with the Filson quilt stitching in a neutral (CG)? The Filson interior Was simply stunning...
 

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ALCON, your thoughts? What if...

ALL blacked out interior (even dashsurround) with the Filson quilt stitching in a neutral (CG)? The Filson interior Was simply stunning...
I can definitely get use to the Filson Edition interior. Looks gorgeous IMO.
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ALCON, your thoughts? What if...

ALL blacked out interior (even dashsurround) with the Filson quilt stitching in a neutral (CG)? The Filson interior Was simply stunning...
I can definitely get use to the Filson Edition interior. Looks gorgeous IMO.
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I would lose my mind with excitement if they made that interior or something close! I would be willing to pay more in addition for the extra material costs.
👀I agree 100%
If we got diamond stitch in our black interior like above, I would not have a drop of seminal fluid left to function for the rest of my life.

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If we got diamond stitch in our black interior like above, I would not have a drop of seminal fluid left to function for the rest of my life.
LOL. I wouldn’t even care if it didn’t have a tow package at that point. I would be ALL IN!!!! I would order a whole truck load of beer to celebrate. :D
 

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Agree. This is my main concern now. I know we can go aftermarket for many of the components that look OEM but perform better. However, not having an integrated trailer brake controller makes aftermarket options seem disjointed and far from an OEM looks. This along with being a very heavy vehicle with a very small payload. I realize the Bronco isn’t the ideal tow vehicle, but I still need to tow some toys and my small trailer
I wonder if it can be a dealer installed option. It's showing on Ford's website as (towing capability)under FE packages. Worse case I'll go aftermarket as I tow my motorcycle a couple times a year.
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As far as anyone knows an integrated brake controller isn't included with the tow package anyway.
 

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As far as anyone knows an integrated brake controller isn't included with the tow package anyway.
Right, it’s not included in any trim, so I guess my grip is not with the FE necessary (other than it being heavier than other trims, which reduces payload and is likely why we can’t get many accessories).
 

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