The weekend arose, uav-provided aerial spy photos appeared of the two dissimilar Broncos to get together with a Chevrolet Colorado zr2 tremolo in the desert, far away — at least, it can be assumed that — from prying eyes.
The photos, later reinforced by the members of the forum appear on Bronco6g.comwith the two-door Bronco, shown in a beautiful shade of yellow and contrasting black top. The four-door (only), unibody Bronco Sport mine in relation to its body-on-frame cousin, decked out in a red-on-black ensemble. This model has already leaked to the internet via cameras on the ground, a bit like the more off-road-oriented Bronco.
Scheduled for July 13, reveal (the original on 9 July was the date of the debit), the Bronco specifications and capabilities have been generously supported by a number of leaks, although not disclosed the details of no doubt on the horizon. Similarly, also, for the Bronco Sport, which adds a retro-inspired body to go with her to Escape the bases.
The muscular zr2 tremolo seen here, no doubt, serves as the point of reference for the Bronco, not the Bronco Sport.
Alas, there is not much new to be learned from these distant photos. Past sourcing and leaks have shown the basic Bronco to be equipped with a 2.3-liter Ecoboost four-cylinder engine mated to a manual seven-speed gearbox (with crawler gear) or a 10-speed automatic. We are told that the uplevel 2.7-liter Ecoboost V6 can only be had with a 10-speed. The front and rear locking differentials and sway bar disconnect, coupled with crawler gear, short overhangs, and a ball off the road tires should help any driver who dares to take their price to buy in the rough.
The Bronco Sport are 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbo or a 2.0-liter unit, with roof panels removable, flip-up rear glass, and upgraded rubber and reduces the size of the wheels, setting the model apart from its urbanized Escape from the rest of the family.