I sent an e-mail to the staff at the Bronco Super Celebration and asked them if Ford would have the Bronco Raptor there and this was their response. "Yes the Raptor Bronco is suppose to be here Wed-Sat 9-5".
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It is a separate light control for the light on the bottom of the mirror. Kind of like a puddle light I guess. Yes the seats are very supportive and very comfortable.Some of the best pictures yet! Going by the grain I think I see, it looks like those are the leather seats. I really like the darker suade (or grippy material) just below the head rests. Great shot of the rear compartment too.
In the pic with the headlight controls, what are the two buttons on the left? I see it's something to do with the mirrors but the symbol looks like a separate light control?
Totally agree. IMO Ford knocked this one out of the park. I'm sure there will be a few issues but the core of what they did is solid.Well my pictures are pretty much exactly what BRVOL has with drool added...haha. It was so nice seeing it today with the top and doors off and really being able to get up close. I just don't think anyone is going to be disappointed.....
I was told they kept it silver because that's what they traditionally have done with the F-150 Raptor.I still don't understand why they didn't do all-black bumper and skids and just do Code Orange tow hooks. Nothing on this vehicle is that silver and it just feels like a designer wanted to "break things up" by throwing it on there. It's probably my biggest gripe about the new Bronco Raptor.
I agree on the silver color because if this is not going to be a pavement princess then it will get scratched and powder coat would scratch away and look worseYeah, it really stands out. Maybe they were thinking silver would be better for the skid plate because when it gets beat up the scratches/gouges will be silver? I know I can find a rattle can of black