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remlemasi

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I will say I would love it if they built this 2-door super compact cutie below. Again, just some person’s rendering.

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They could move the rear axle ~4-6 inches forward or add an “access” cab for a bench rear seat and it would be perfect.

Source: https://jalopnik.com/this-is-what-a-bronco-based-pickup-could-look-like-1844461154



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They are supposedly spinning off Bronco as a full sub-brand
So just like Edsel.

I get it, it's the popular thing to do these days but they are sure looking to hang a lot of wash in that line. I feel like Ford and the press are locked in an echo chamber and the project planners keep hear yeah its amazing despite zero sales. But they keep toiling away, planning an entire line if bronco sedans, coupes, convertibles, vans... someone somewhere is planning a class 6 bronco.
 

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From another thread, the Motortrend rendering looks more likely and practical. Rear wheel is further back thus less bed hanging out the back.
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:: knights chamber ::
You must chose...

:: stance ::
:: donk :: (box or bubble amaright?)
:: brodozer ::
:: squatted ::
:: rig pig ::

Me: Nah I'm good, you validate parking cuz we f'out sista! :: jingles jk keys ::
 

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Oh no solid front axle, transfer case shift lever(?).... Next.... No axle = car to me in other words I don't care until it has a axle. So until it's... Bye bye, have a nice day with that. There is reasons why Toyota, Land Rover, "copies of Jeep" are on roads in worse places on Earth with them they last better with solid axles less parts to break / wear out. In other words I don't want to know that I'm going to be buying replacement parts all the time. Control arms, bushings, tie rods ends, have to take to shop to align.
 

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