2021 Ford Bronco, Bronco Sport teasers slowly start to show the SUVs
The Ford Bronco will finally make its debut on Monday, July And with only days to go until the big unveiling, cue the leaked photos. The Bronco6G forum published this photo of a yellow, two-door Bronco on Friday, showing the new SUV in all its glory well, except for the part covered by a big plume of sand.
We can also see a beefy front bumper with what appears to be tow hooks. Elsewhere, the model has prominent fender flares and beadlock-style wheels wrapped in sizeable off-road rubber. We can also see a streamlined body, a dipped beltline and an angular shoulder line that recalls Broncos from the past. Details are hard to make out, but it will be removable to allow for an open air experience. The picture of the two-door Bronco is more convincing and it retains many of the same styling features as the four-door model. We can also see some mounts on the hood and they have been hinted at in previous teaser photos. As such, they cautioned that the final production model may have some minor changes.
This page is for personal, non-commercial use. Clearer photos of the Ford Bronco made their way onto social media Tuesday night, giving us our best look yet at what Ford has in store for its revived 4x4. Photos of the production-spec off-roader have been slipping out of just about every crack in the internet since Friday, when a handful of obstructed photos of a topless Bronco started making the rounds. Since, we've seen more photos of finalized four-door models and a particularly clear shot of a 2-door styling buck sporting a sleek, body-colored hardtop. These latest shots yet again come courtesy of The Raptor Connection on Instagram. More coming to light on the Bronco! Speaking of which, perhaps the most significant morsel to come out of these new shots is the existence of what appears to be a multi-part removable hardtop sporting a built-in roof rack on this four-door model. This brings the potential number of available tops for the new 4x4 up to three, as the four-door model revealed Monday appeared to be sporting a cloth lid. In addition to being the most detailed shots we've seen so far, these also reveal a couple of other small touches that were obscured in previous leaks, such as the tie-down points on the front fenders visible next to the leading edges of the four-door's hood and what appear to be yet another wheel option not yet seen on a production-spec car.