Would be cool to make it's way into the Bronco, but something tells me it would only be available with too many doors.
Been in Australia and New Zealand the past two weeks. I have not seen a single Bronco, but the most common 4x4 has been the Ranger with the Wildtrack trim level. Kinda surprised as I thought I would see way more Toyotas.So far, the announcement is for Australia, not US. Which is a different Ranger.
Then you wold not need to buy/build a battery system for camping/overlandingA PowerBoost Bronco would be a game changer for overlanding, because you would have a bunch of available power for camping use. This would actually simplify your life if done correctly.
That would be a good reason for a PowerBoost Bronco.
I agree with you. I’d love onboard power. Just having onboard power would give the engineers a lot of room to design cool new features too. Maybe better interior lighting that can stay on for those of us camping inside the car, or a radio that can stay on after the car is turned off. Granted, other hybrid doesn’t even leave a usb port on once the car is off either, including phev like the RAV4 Prime I believe. Or maybe an outlet or dc port to power a fridge? Maybe add a factory solar panel option that sits completely flat against the top of the roof to help recharge? Just throwing ideas.This!!!! So much this. I've been wanting a hybrid Bronco for this exact reason, and I know the pure off-roading community's gonna hate me and my tent, but the on-board electrification is gonna do wonders for off-grid power.