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We bring you the very first look at the Bronco Heritage edition showing design cues that harken back to the original 1966 Bronco!

What can we see so far is a set of simple, old-school wheels that look like a modern interpretation of the four-slot wheels found on the original Bronco (comparison image posted below).

You can also see a white grille behind the camo, and there's likely a matching white top somewhere under there.

The prototype looks nicely equipped, and is riding on 35-inch rubber—the same 315/70R17 Goodyears fitted to Broncos with the Sasquatch package.

The interior was fully camouflaged, so it remains to be seen what retro throwback design details may adorn the Heritage Edition Bronco.

The Heritage Edition will come in both 2-door and 4-door models, as we've previously posted.


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Seeing a glimpse of a white top at the door notches on the passenger side.
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Hoping for boxwood but if its white then hopefully the red shown on the grill is the end of a red and black racing stripe coming down the hood!
 

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Because the team that designs future Broncos like this, and the Warthog are completely different than the team in charge of getting a Bronco into your driveway. Ford can do both it’s not like them putting resources into this is delaying the Bronco delivery.
Seriously? It's like watching trailers for a sequel before the main feature film has even been released. It's just dumb. With all this over-promising and under-delivering...Bronco is bound to be a dud.
 

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Seriously? It's like watching trailers for a sequel before the main feature film has even been released. It's just dumb. With all this over-promising and under-delivering...Bronco is bound to be a dud.
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if that is the green, i am waiting until '22.
I’m in the mind set of “I need my Bronco ASAP” but I’d would probably wait for that green also
 

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FAIL. how is it heritage with modern stance and big a44 tires.
 

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If the heritage trim is limited (as has been reported)....my guess on over\under is 20,000 units being built.
 

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The part of the flare exposed by the camouflage strap looks to be lighter than what is exposed in the gap to it's right (possible body color flares?)

The gap between the pinchweld cover and the bottom of the camouflage also looks to be something other than white. (again, possible body color? maybe shadows at work, but doubtful because the camo is clearly still white)

The top looks to be an early MiC version they slapped on for testing purposes, since the Modular top appearances have been very few and far between.
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Seriously? It's like watching trailers for a sequel before the main feature film has even been released. It's just dumb. With all this over-promising and under-delivering...Bronco is bound to be a dud.
I think you should take a minute and tell us how you really feel...
 

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How Heritage is Heritage when Transmission, wheel and other component on a heritage vehicle are made in China?

If Ford was to release a "heritage" model, at least have it 100% US made.
 

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Seriously? It's like watching trailers for a sequel before the main feature film has even been released. It's just dumb. With all this over-promising and under-delivering...Bronco is bound to be a dud.
It's like going to the movies. You pay to see a movie but there are previews from other movies before that.

They can make more than one movie at once.
 

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How Heritage is Heritage when Transmission, wheel and other component on a heritage vehicle are made in China?

If Ford was to release a "heritage" model, at least have it 100% US made.
For the same reason it's not just a complete carbon copy remake of a 1969 Bronco.

Though they use "heritage" it is still a modern vehicle, built by a modern company, for a modern market.

Edit: Would an EB have been 100% American? I'm honestly not sure.
 

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