When will bronco be available?
Bronco deliveries begin June 2021 and are expected to extend through 2022 calendar year due to the high demand. ford.com2021 Ford® Bronco SUV | Reservation Explained
30 June, 2021 - 04:35am
29 June, 2021 - 05:19pm
We'll start with that, however. Clearly visible beneath the passenger front door of this prototype is a bundle of thick orange cables. We've seen these cables twice before on Bronco test vehicles, most recently on a beefy version that could've been a hardcore Warthog / Raptor model. Our spy sources have seen these orange cables on other Ford vehicles with hybrid powertrains, but this time around there's an additional clue in the camo wrap itself. The photos are clear enough to see some of the symbols in the black dots, and mixed in with small images of tents, mountains, and flags are occasional lightning bolts. That's very interesting.
Let's stick to the subject of electricity a bit longer, as it could also explain the heavy camouflage on this test vehicle. Unless it's a ruse, the roof on this prototype looks a bit taller. Our sources theorize it could hide a rooftop-mounted camper and solar panels to help keep things charged up. One benefit to a plug-in hybrid off-roader is a mobile power source already built-in for weekend camping adventures, and it seems like a no-brainer for Ford to offer such a setup on the Bronco.
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