Spy Video, Underbody / Suspension and Interior Closeups of 2021 Bronco Prototype!

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Wait, are you telling us there will be more than one trim offered, and that maybe we're just seeing one of those trims in these photos?! [mindblown.gif]
Yeah I'm slightly amazed at how fast people go off on first showings of things..I'm not into the off road thing-the farthest my Bronco will go off roading is on the Beach and hopefully good ground clearance for bad snow-thats all I really need outside of driving it to work every day.



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Appears to be two different vehicles if you're talking about the spy shots from last week. They have different license plates and wheels (easily changed), and they also have different serial numbers. This one is G113008 and the last spy shots were G113007.
Could be different trim levels testing?
 

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I just need to know if it'll climb the rock in the big parking spot at the local Hooters.
 

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I'm not telling anyone anything. Just encouraging people to be open minded.
I was being a bit sarcastic bc I think it's premature for people to take details on one particular prototype as gospel. Like with every other vehicle, there will definitely be different trim levels, so it doesn't make sense to take one spy shot as the final word.
 

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Great shots! I actually like the suspension views as 98% of my driving is on road. Next we need center console or underneath pics of transmission and oil pans to play guess what drivetrain!
 

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I was being a bit sarcastic bc I think it's premature for people to take details on one particular prototype as gospel. Like with every other vehicle, there will definitely be different trim levels, so it doesn't make sense to take one spy shot as the final word.
I know, I just wanted to be clear. And depending on someone's inner monologue it's easy to take what I'm saying as being rude.
 

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Is that only a Class II receiver?
I'm sure it'll be at least Class III, I can't confirm though.
Lord, I hope so. If they stick with class II, then that’ll have me 100% out of the running

suppose I’ll just be one of those who gets a used one in 15 years when I can pick it up for pennies on the dollar as another cruiser
 

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Anyone wanna work their magic and use the rear mounted tire to see how big that hitch receiver is?
 

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Thanks for posting the video and pics; so far it looks very good. Very glad for no SFA.
Btw, if no one said it already, the tire size on the prototype, if 255/75-17, are probably 32" tires.
 
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