That's why I want tube steps on my 2Dr. It will be nice to step on while washing and provides protection against people opening their doors too much in tight parking spaces.i think they look better on this squatched bronco than the outer banks ones we’ve seen. Plus it keeps idiots from opening their doors into your car
This is why Ford showing off all of these concepts that have options we can't buy grinds my gears so much. We've seen a lot so far, but there are still a ton of options or features or accessories that we will be able to buy that they haven't shown off properly yet. They have so much that they could provide more detail on right now to build hype, instead of showing off vaporware or stuff we'll have to do aftermarket.I hope that at some point we see video of them taking the top down.
You know someone there was taking a video. At least one would hope.
good point on washing. It’s also a good step to use for accessing roof rack.That's why I want tube steps on my 2Dr. It will be nice to step on while washing and provides protection against people opening their doors too much in tight parking spaces.
I really like the look of this Bronco. The nice thing about soft tops is they can be pulled back for a total open-air experience vs. having to remove the hardtop.
None of the photos inside the plant are professional, probably 90% are sneak shots, and also I ate a chicken salad sandwich exactly where that Bronco is parked LOLI'd always wondered why professional photography was so expensive (aside from equipment costs). The leaked photos during this launch have seriously adjusted my perspective.
Not exactly sure of the color relation to trim levels but I counted 7 different color/combos for I.P. install when we were testing equipment at least one was black top with black front panelyou think it is tan or a light gray?
I'm not the best at telling shades of colors apart.
Ford's Intelligent Access is the same setup as your Toyotas and will be part of the Mid Package and higher. There's no info on it yet, but it will likely have FordPass connect too, so you can lock/unlock your truck from your phone.My Tacoma and my wife's Prius have the perfect keyless entry. With fob in pocket you reach through door handle and it will automatically unlock. When you want to lock the vehicle you pinch the front of the handle. Also, it won't allow you to lock the vehicle with the fob inside the vehicle. Also, the Toyota fobs appear to be about 2/3rd the size of the Bronco fob and thinner. That stick on pad looks really cheap...