Ford is rebooting Bronco model subsequent 12 months with an all-new off-road truck impressed by the 1966 authentic together with a “Child” Bronco crossover.
However may an enormous Bronco even be within the works?
An odd-looking black truck was noticed just lately close to Ford HQ sporting producer plates that means one could also be.
It seems to be a Ford F-150 Raptor with a two-door commonplace cab and a brief mattress, which doesn’t exist in manufacturing. In truth, you’ll be able to’t purchase any F-150 in that configuration.
Put a cap on it, although, and it could look rather a lot like a contemporary model of the final F-Sequence-based Bronco that rolled off the meeting line in 1996, two years after one featured within the notorious O.J. Simpson police chase.
Nevertheless, automakers typically cobble collectively what are generally known as “mules” to check new elements, and for the reason that truck isn’t sporting any sort of disguise its doable that it’s simply one in every of these. A Ford spokeswoman wouldn’t touch upon the pictures to Fox Information Autos.
A equally uncommon white truck sporting camouflage has additionally been photographed on public roads that’s primarily based on a Ranger, because the Bronco will likely be, so it’s virtually actually concerned in its growth ultimately.
For the reason that vans are considerably completely different in dimension and componentry, it’s unlikely the Raptorette has a lot if something to do with the introduced Bronco. So maybe Ford does have one thing massive up its sleeve because it continues to shift its lineup away from automobiles to Vehicles and SUVs.
So far as the wooden bumpers are involved, do not count on to see them on the choices record.
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