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I feel like this renders are closer with the details (headlights, grille) than any of the other ones and yet still there’s a sort of “uncanny valley” look about them.
 

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I think it looks badass, but that is lifted on what looks like 37's, so I wouldn't call it 99%. Great render though.
 

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So, what we know:

wheel wells are wrong.
the roof overhang on front is wrong.
the length is very wrong.
I think we can expect that the amound of flare in the fender Sheetmetal is wrong as well, and god I hope so. because that is extra width that could've been in the body as well.

but it looks amazing, except for the amount of flare in the fender Sheetmetal.
 

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I honestly like this render... but 99% my ass. Fenders are straight unneeded to be that thick. Back windows don’t even match up on his own renders Let alone the spy shots, the tires and such are way to large, the back light isn’t on the wheel... did this guy even look at the spy shots?

edit: guy does some incredible work, but after researching his page I think this is probably more accurate than we think, but the things we are listing are what is the “1%” difference in his creative mind. Looking at other renders his fundamentals are down... I really like this front end render he did of the bronco long ago.

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If that's 99%, the 1% error is in the fenders, quarters, and rockers. But that's more like 30%. I like his idea for the roof - very retro. The fenders, quarters, rockers (and all the vents) are a little too busy and make for a wacky beltline. Way better than his last dogshit render though.
 

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Like it. Could be a "really extreme" version that incorporates the flares, that hasn't been shown yet
or may not even be produced the first year at all.
 

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I just like we got new topics

That said, I'll take mine in Orange
 

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Angled roll bar on a 2 door is totally wrong.
 

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Looks nice, but as others have already said, there are a few things not as we have been lead to believe.

Other than that......

Noticed the Swing Away Spare Tire and a Tailgate. Looks as if the rear glass will stay with the removable top as well.

All in all, a nice rendering.
 








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