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      03-16-2018 06:00 PM #51
      i just see a wrangler with rounded arches

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      03-16-2018 09:15 PM #52
      Quote Originally Posted by BltByKrmn View Post
      Anyone know if the top will come off?
      It freaking better.
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      03-16-2018 10:33 PM #53
      Quote Originally Posted by Broduski View Post
      It freaking better.
      I bet it won’t, and I don’t think it has to.

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      03-17-2018 06:44 AM #54
      Quote Originally Posted by Sporin View Post
      I bet it won’t, and I don’t think it has to.
      Agreed. There's not a chance it will, and I won't mind at all.
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      03-17-2018 07:37 AM #55
      Quote Originally Posted by epbrown View Post
      Agreed. There's not a chance it will, and I won't mind at all.
      That's a bummer. Half the reason I want a Wrangler is that it can do double duty as an off road rig and a convertible to go get ice cream in. I am excited about this Bronco though.

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      03-17-2018 08:41 AM #56
      I just doubt that Ford put the kind of engineering time and development dollars into a topless SUV.

      Jeep does it because they’ve always done it. Wrangler is a ground-up open top vehicle.

      I’m sure the underpinnings of the Bronco are shared with other, existing, Ford vehicles.

      I’d love to be wrong but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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      03-17-2018 09:57 AM #57
      Quote Originally Posted by PolishSasquatch View Post
      reeaaaally hope the front is liek the renders..man that is an awesome retro look

      I'd die, and go into stupid debt just to get one.

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      03-17-2018 01:29 PM #58
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      03-17-2018 02:15 PM #59
      Quote Originally Posted by fireside View Post
      I'd die, and go into stupid debt just to get one.
      Im not really a Ford fan and I wish it would look like this too

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      03-17-2018 03:10 PM #60
      Quote Originally Posted by fireside View Post
      I'd die, and go into stupid debt just to get one.
      ...


      The more I think about this, the more I realize this is not for me.
      If this thing really looks great.... people are going to be clamoring for them at first.
      I am not paying a premium just to get a mainstream crossover earlier than my neighbor.

      But I realize I am not the typical new car buyer.


      /cheap bastid out

    12. 03-17-2018 05:31 PM #61
      That silhouette is extremely promising, Ford might really have nailed it and I really hope it looks like that red rendering. Top off or not, IDGAF. This really could be my next car depending on how it turns out, but so far it looks like they didn't F it up.

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      03-17-2018 10:05 PM #62
      Quote Originally Posted by PolishSasquatch View Post
      reeaaaally hope the front is liek the renders..man that is an awesome retro look

      I want it in LEADFOOT gray.


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      03-18-2018 02:48 PM #63
      Quote Originally Posted by BRealistic View Post
      ...


      The more I think about this, the more I realize this is not for me.
      If this thing really looks great.... people are going to be clamoring for them at first.
      I am not paying a premium just to get a mainstream crossover earlier than my neighbor.

      But I realize I am not the typical new car buyer.


      /cheap bastid out
      Mainstream crossover? Where?

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      03-18-2018 03:06 PM #64
      Quote Originally Posted by Mike! View Post
      Mainstream crossover? Where?
      ...

      Sorry.... didn't mean to call the new Bronco a bad name.
      I used crossover as an all encompassing "SUV-like thing" description.
      It is a real SUV AFAICT, whatever that means today.

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      04-12-2018 11:06 AM #65
      https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-car...ill-look-like/


      Here's What We Think the 2020 Ford Bronco Will Look Like

      A few months ago, Ford showed us the new Bronco, but it was hidden under a car cover. Here's what we think is lurking in the sheet.



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      04-12-2018 11:51 AM #66
      That side profile reminds me of the Land Rover 90 front end - if it has the off-roading capability of a Jeep, this is going to be a winner. Fantastic renders have everyone's hopes up but Ford's exterior sheetmetal has been awesome in this last product cycle.

      Quote Originally Posted by whitejeep1989 View Post
      I wish GMC would get into this segment, also, but I doubt if the market can support 3 of these types of vehicles.
      I don't know if the Chevy Blazer (or whatever GMC equivalent) ever had such a cult status. Also, why do you want more faulty-ignition-switch people-killer vehicles out there? The market though should definitely be able to support more vehicles - nobody's buying sedans, wagons and coupes compared to SUVs and trucks

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      04-12-2018 12:05 PM #67
      Quote Originally Posted by Activ8 View Post
      That side profile reminds me of the Land Rover 90 front end - i


      Great. Just like all the dumb ****s who thought that electric Honda concept looked like a MkI Golf, when it CLEARLY looked only like an old Honda, now we'll have the same saying this Bronco looks like a Land Rover when it CLEARLY looks like an old Bronco.

      Needs covered rear wheels though.

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      04-12-2018 12:12 PM #68
      Not gonna look like that.
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      04-12-2018 12:37 PM #69
      Quote Originally Posted by Activ8 View Post


      I don't know if the Chevy Blazer (or whatever GMC equivalent) ever had such a cult status. Also, why do you want more faulty-ignition-switch people-killer vehicles out there? The market though should definitely be able to support more vehicles - nobody's buying sedans, wagons and coupes compared to SUVs and trucks
      Considering used car prices, 73-91 K5s definitely have more of a following than 80-96 Broncos. That being said the original Bronco supersedes any later bronco or K5, including the 67-72.
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    21. 04-12-2018 01:03 PM #70
      Quote Originally Posted by Ryukein View Post
      Not gonna look like that.
      Nope. That would never pass modern crash and rollover tests . . .

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      04-12-2018 01:33 PM #71
      Quote Originally Posted by Ryukein View Post
      Not gonna look like that.
      Isn't that basically the ~10 year old concept that has been floating around the net?
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      04-12-2018 02:43 PM #72
      Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnoughCars View Post
      Isn't that basically the ~10 year old concept that has been floating around the net?
      I love that the 2004 Bronco concept still looks so good that the 2018 Rampage movie is using it,


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      04-12-2018 02:44 PM #73
      Quote Originally Posted by Mike! View Post
      I love that the 2004 Bronco concept still looks so good that the 2018 Rampage movie is using it,

      There's actually an interesting story behind that:

      “As they were putting the movie together, the script called for them to use a Jeep,” says Craig Patterson, Ford’s SUV Marketing Manager. “But Dwayne Johnson is a huge Ford fan, and had worked with us previously doing advertising work for us for our Customer Service division. And he said, ‘I’d much rather use a Ford product here, and I know there’s a new Bronco coming out. Maybe I could use that?’”

      If you’re The Rock, one of the highest-paid and most bankable actors in the world, it’s apparently that easy. You just make your vehicular wishes known, and they come true. Of course, there was one glitch. “We’re actually quite a ways from having a new Bronco available to do something with,” Patterson says.

      As it happens, the forthcoming version of the iconic off-roader is not expected to go into production until 2020, and has not yet been unveiled. Fortunately, Ford had a solution. According to Patterson, the Hollywood studio team told Johnson, “We have a concept vehicle that we made for an auto show some time ago. And you could use that if you’re interested.”

      This was a previous Bronco revival mockup, a block fantasy created way back in 2004. These chimeras are often crushed to save on storage costs, but this one was still lingering in a warehouse. “It had a lot of fans internally,” Patterson says. “So we kept it around hoping that we could build it someday.”

      That truck was built on a rolling chassis, and capable of going around 30 mph, so when you see it moving in Rampage, it’s possible that it is doing so under its own power. We haven’t seen the movie yet, so we have no idea what kind of hijinks it or its drivers get up to, outside of what appears in the trailer. But an opportunity to see a one-off Bronco in a movie with Johnson is a good enough excuse for us to hit the multiplex this weekend.

      Apparently, it’s a good enough excuse for Ford as well. “Bronco is a vehicle that, like Mustang, is iconic and cool,” Patterson says. “And so anything we can do to associate it with other things that are also iconic and cool, like The Rock, I think is beneficial to both of us.”

      Of course, other more strategic considerations also had to be made. With a new Bronco design to be made public soon(ish), Ford wasn’t exactly seeking opportunities to show a 15-year-old concept, to avoid muddying consumer comprehension. “We wanted to make sure that people understood that this isn’t what’s coming for the next Bronco,” Patterson says. “That was kind of the only downside to it, that people would see it and say, ‘OK, that must be what the new Bronco’s going to be.’ And that’s not the case.”

      Even with this limitation, the brand saw large potential upside to the partnership. “We thought it could help us from an overall branding perspective,” Patterson says. “As we announce the nameplate coming back, it could help us with awareness of it and build that anticipation for when we do have the new product.”

      You shouldn’t feel manipulated by this placeholder insertion. You should feel excited. Remember, a new Bronco is coming! As for that old concept, borrowed by Warner Bros. for the filming, its fate is bit less clear. When we ask Patterson if the studio had returned the vehicle, he pauses. “I don’t think so yet. At least, not as far as I know.”
      https://www.hagerty.com/articles-vid...ohnson-rampage
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    25. 04-12-2018 10:37 PM #74
      Quote Originally Posted by Sporin View Post
      I just doubt that Ford put the kind of engineering time and development dollars into a topless SUV.

      Jeep does it because they’ve always done it. Wrangler is a ground-up open top vehicle.

      I’m sure the underpinnings of the Bronco are shared with other, existing, Ford vehicles.
      Ranger. (Not quite "existing" yet, but it soon will be)

      It isn't known how similar it will be to a Ranger. Past Broncos beyond the first one have been pickup trucks up to the B pillar (first F150, then Ranger). I suspect this one won't look like a Ranger with the box covered over.

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      04-13-2018 10:28 AM #75
      Quote Originally Posted by Mike! View Post
      I love that the 2004 Bronco concept still looks so good that the 2018 Rampage movie is using it,

      Old concept looks old.

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