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THE NEW FORD BRONCO SHOULD LOOK JUST LIKE THESE RENDERS

Check Out Some Of The Expected Colors On The Car

Ford Bronco
Rendering by Bronco 6G

As you may have heard, the 2021 Ford Bronco is right around the corner. But if you can’t wait any longer, here are some renderings made by Bronco6G that are pretty much what you can expect the off-roader to look like. By using the supposed leaked images of the Bronco, plus the confirmed color palette, they have ended up with the most production-ready Bronco renderings we have seen yet.

Ford Bronco
Bronco 6G

First up is the mostly full body color option, save for the fender flares and grille. With the body color top, it makes for a very clean look. This two-door is in Cyber Orange, one of the more bold color offerings in the lineup.

Bronco 6G

Next is the black top option on a four door model, sticking with the black fender flares. The Area 51 color is a dark greenish-blue that looks great as well.

Ford Bronco
Bronco 6G

Here’s where things start to get more interesting. This Antimatter Blue four-door has the white top, which has not been confirmed for the Bronco. Still, chances are it will happen because the classic Bronco was offered with the option, and Ford is going with a somewhat retro design.

Bronco 6G

Finally, we have a two door Bronco in one of the brighter shades, Race Red. This rendering has the white top, but adds white fender flares and grille. Again, none of these options are confirmed, but classic Broncos had the option, so the new one will likely get it too. This is what it would look like if Ford did offer these white accent parts.

While there may be minor changes to the Ford Bronco when it is eventually revealed, expect it to look very similar to these renderings. Also, be sure to check out the rest of the Bronco6G renderings to see all of the expected 10 colors, pictured below from AutomotiveTouchup, and let us know your favorite.

Ford Bronco Colors
Automotive Touchup

 

 

Written by Sam George

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