Warthog Bronco SPORT?

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Looking at the photo it almost looks real and not CGI.

Could that be a real SportHog out testing?

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Mike Levine SportHog.jpg
 

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Looking at the photo it almost looks real and not CGI.

Could that be a real SportHog out testing?

(Harley may object to the name)

Mike Levine SportHog.jpg
Is that really the size of the back windshield wiper?!? Look at it, it is so cute🥰 (looks like it would clear off a nice napkin sized area for you to see through)
 

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Is that really the size of the back windshield wiper?!? Look at it, it is so cute🥰 (looks like it would clear off a nice napkin sized area for you to see through)
Yes, that is the Advanced Charged Nano Particle Wiper, it simply has to activate the field and the entire rear window goes instantly clear.

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Yes, that is the Advanced Charged Nano Particle Wiper, it simply has to activate the field and the entire rear window goes instantly clear.

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This is very impressive. I mean with my SUV I wash it and as soon as I drive away the back gets dirty again but with this nano technology it appears that not only the window but the entire back stays clear even when mudding! I hope they use this technology on the Bronco to create a forcefield of sorts to keep all us dry and clean when the top and doors are off🤓
 

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Looking at the photo it almost looks real and not CGI.

Could that be a real SportHog out testing?

(Harley may object to the name)

Mike Levine SportHog.jpg
It is a real Badlands Sport (1 of 3) that was used in the Rebelle Rally. That is why I think Levine knows (not just in his imagination) and he is just trolling us. He had someone purposely finger-draw through the caked on dust the # - Hog only to have the picture to post.

As I said in other comments, I would not be surprised if a SportHog is available for MY2023 the same time when the expected WartHog is expected.
 

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I think a sport hog might very well be a very attractive and solid replacement for our 17 escape...although we are not scheduling/due for replacement until 2027. If I had to put a target on what we would be shopping for I would say the short list right now would be the sport and the MB GLA or GLC (really dig the AMG versions). A Ranger might be in the mix as an actual truck.
 

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I think a sport hog might very well be a very attractive and solid replacement for our 17 escape...although we are not scheduling/due for replacement until 2027. If I had to put a target on what we would be shopping for I would say the short list right now would be the sport and the MB GLA or GLC (really dig the AMG versions). A Ranger might be in the mix as an actual truck.
SportHog is the way to go...

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