Today might be the best day ever for Ford Bronco fans because, in addition to an image of the smaller Sport leaking out , a shot of the full-sized version is now here, too, from the Full Size Bronco forum. Well, maybe. There are enough reasons to be dubious that you should take this with a grain of salt. The image shows the Bronco from a front three-quarter perspective in what appears to be a factory.
The Ford Bronco floodgates have apparently burst open as new pictures have surfaced online. We can also see a beefy front bumper with what appears to be tow hooks. Elsewhere, the model has prominent fender flares and beadlock-style wheels wrapped in sizeable off-road rubber. We can also see a streamlined body, a dipped beltline and an angular shoulder line that recalls Broncos from the past. Details are hard to make out, but it will be removable to allow for an open air experience. The picture of the two-door Bronco is more convincing and it retains many of the same styling features as the four-door model.
This page is for personal, non-commercial use. Are you tired of reading about the Ford Bronco? Well, you'll have to bear with us just a little while longer, as the leaks just keep on coming. Late Monday, photos of both a production-line car and a styling buck came squirting out of just about every 4x4 forum on the Internet, giving us our first big-picture look at what Ford has in store for the return of its iconic off-roader.
A fresh batch of leaked photos have emerged showing what appears to be a pre-production unit of the rumoured upcoming Google Pixel 4a. If launched, this device will be the more affordable follow up to the flagship Pixel 4, in the same way the 3a and 3a XL were in relation to the Pixel 3. Like the leaked renders we've seen previously, the pre-production model has a hole-punch camera in the top left corner of the display. That means it's looking very likely the Pixel 4a won't be using the same advanced facial recognition hardware of the Pixel 4. Instead, there's a fingerprint sensor on the back for unlocking the phone or authenticating purchases. This fingerprint sensor is placed on the back, as we'd expect it to be, relatively close to the square camera module designed to mimic that of the Pixel 4. The key difference here, however, is that there's only one camera in it. There's no second camera for telephoto zoom, or ultra-wide. The other thing these leaks show is that Google is working on a fabric case for the affordable range too.