OK. Both photos are iconic silver, I can wrap my head around that. Now we just need to see carbonized gray on a bronco in similar lighting! Fingers crossed we get that opportunity soon.The folds/wrinkles in the film from the two threads actually look pretty similar (upper right corner folded, three lower creases, about the same overalp from the horizontal and angled films). Enhance!
From Tuesday's thread (https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/photos-of-pre-production-broncos-on-the-assembly-line.5687/), the same film appears white in the photo from the front angle, and grey in the photo from the rear angle.
Some bronco pics appear to show an unbroken metal panel for the rear fenders. Perhaps the models without blindspot radar have different sheet metal? There would be no need to have a plastic cutout on the fender if there’s no radar sensor below the taillights.The second picture looking at it from behind really makes the mismatched plastic colors stand out. I just zero in on the bumper next to the back fender and can't get over it.
I think the silver makes it look even worse. It looks like a bad groutfit.
Are you suggesting aftermarket tops or grills? Grills - agree yes, but I don't think even the JL has a hard top aftermarket option out there yet (excluding like the camper topper thing) and the soft-top options. Plus a new top would be $$$ and bridge the gap to a higher trim level (with available non-hideous top options) that seems the way to go here.Easy change-out. it does look a little stupid. Aftermarket will be flush with stuff for these bronco"s after 3-6 months.