Yes I was pleasantly surprised by A51 at the event. I'm a "blue" guy and A51 looked completely blue to me. I didn't notice any of the green/teal/aqua that I expected. Looking at some of the pics on this post (rear roll bars and front bumper) I do see the green a bit but I didn't notice it in person.I've seen a million pics of A51 but I think this is the first time I've seen it looking like that. It's crazy how different light/cameras capture it differently.
We can't expect miracles. The physics of driving a big heavy brick on big and thick tires can't really be overcome no matter how efficient the engine. That said, when I was at the event here in the DC area on thursday the bronco reps told me the weren't driving in eco mode because "they're not paying for gas". I suspect they're all driving them very aggressively because why not. When the EPA MPG numbers come out I'm still guessing it will be 19-20 city/22-23 highway.Can’t wait for all the gas mileage hate thats going to come from those pics. Coming from a jeep that barely got 11 mpg on a good day loaded down with armor and 37’s. Its looking like the Bronco fully loaded on 37’s isn’t going to be much different.
I'm not getting the four-door, but I'm rooting for you four-door guys to get those connections. It's easy for Ford to just run those on every vehicle coming down the line. A real PITA to have to do that yourself after the vehicle is built.I've gotta say it, another soft top with wiper/washer connections.
Tire view is definitely available in more modes than just mud. It may only be available on "off-road" modes, but I've seen other videos with it shown in Baja and Rock Crawl.I went to the Pittsburgh Bronco event. Here is a video going through the different camera options. The tire view is only available when Mud GOAT mode is active.
Yes, I was here yesterday and asked them and they said they are going to Columbus after they wrap here today.