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Some notes by @prendrefeu

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  • 7 speed manual (1 speed is CRAWL)
  • 4cyl w/ Turbo - and manual as a possibilty
  • Front Sway Bar Electronic Disconnect
  • 34"-ish tires as standard, most likely.
  • Bilstein-designed shocks w/ reservoir.
  • Independent front suspension
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And the 6-speed manual with the Crawl speed right below Reverse - which I like. I wonder if C will work for the Mall Crawl? ;)
that is the gear you use for driving through the parking lot at high RPM impressing all the 'Bro's'.
 

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I really like the switch setup, seems that they worked to make it weatherproof as well, which is good.
 

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I really like the switch setup, seems that they worked to make it weatherproof as well, which is good.
I like the articulation mode button on the left. Must be for the hydraulic fluid ride height system.
 

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I like the articulation mode button on the left. Must be for the hydraulic fluid ride height system.
pretty sure that would be for swaybar disconnect
 

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pretty sure that would be for swaybar disconnect
What’s weird is it’s definitely an IFS.... but showing a huge amount of flex. Very interesting...
 

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What’s weird is it’s definitely an IFS.... but showing a huge amount of flex. Very interesting...
mmhmm. I am intrigued by that button, I could think of a few other emblems I would use for swaybar disconnect...so that could be something more...interesting.
 
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That is one tall ass spindle.

Also...Is that some sort of composite or carbon fiber roof panel?
 

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I hope that button is for a sway bar disconnect or “articulation enhancer” as eluded to above.

I don’t see a button for the “dig/turn enhancement”. That graphic wouldn’t make sense for that feature.
 
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I also recall someone saying a while ago it’s wasn’t going to have sway bar disconnect. That icon could go either way in my opinion.
This is what a sway bar disconnect looks like, and this is a pic of the Bronco:
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