Ford Bronco "Dust Sweeper" Can't Go Any Lower

Ford Bronco "Dust Sweeper" rendering 4 photos
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Ford Bronco "Dust Sweeper" renderingFord Bronco "Dust Sweeper" renderingFord Bronco "Dust Sweeper" rendering
The just-around-the-corner introduction of the Ford Bronco has seen the 1960s original growing in popularity, which guarantees the symbiotic relationship of the two. However, we are now here to talk renderings - we've already enjoyed multiple pixel works aiming to accurately portray the upcoming model, so the one sitting before us targets the retro goodie.
Many Bronco renderings stay true to the spirit of the vehicle, emphasizing the go-anywhere nature of the pickup truck-derived SUV. This one is obviously not one of them.

In fact, the Bronco we have here is a member of the #bagged tuning subculture, which means it sits as close to the road as possible. And while the air suspension means the driver can easily lift the car and use it on... normal roads, there are many other additions that prevent it from fulfilling its rugged terrain mission.

For one, the wheel and tire package here seems borrowed from an asphalt performance machine. And, in this uber-low position, the lips of the front wheels barely clear the widebody gained by the Blue Oval toy. There's no reason for such concerns when it comes to the rear wheels, though, since their fenders seem to have been removed altogether.

And we haven't even gotten to the most effervescent part of the pixel build. No, not the rear wing and the diffuser. As hilarious as it is to see such aero bits on a Bronco, nothing compares to the newfound midship nature of the Ford - in case all the power leads to trouble, the vehicle has also been gifted with a cage.

Now, it would be only natural for one to wonder what Yasid Oozeear, the digital artist behind this work, had to say about the project.

So, here it goes, in the words of the pixel master:" I’m going back and forth looking at older designs that I’ve done in time. I often ask myself “what was I thinking?” I guess that’s good thing, right? Lol,"

Returning to the market return of the nameplate, which has been away since 1996, Ford should introduce the Escape-based Bronco Sport first, while the Bronco, which is based on the Ranger, will land soon after that (you'll find leaked photos of uncamouflaged models behind the links).

And while multiple reports have talked about a delay caused by the current global crisis, Ford hasn't mentioned anything on the matter, so, at least for the moment, the Spring debut seems to be on track.

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