SEMA News—June 2021

INDUSTRY NEWS

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’22 Bronco Warthog Hybrid

This may be a prototype of the upcoming Bronco Warthog. Unlike the prototype spied last year, the one seen here has a set of orange cables on the undercarriage. The cables appear to be high-voltage lines typically used in carrying currents in hybrid-
electric configurations. The model features a single-tip exhaust outlet (possibly for EPA testing). By comparison, the prototype spied last year without the orange cables featured a dual-tip, single exhaust outlet. Both of these are telltales that this prototype could be a Bronco Warthog Hybrid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bronco
Bronco

’23 Ford Mustang AWD

 

Here’s a first look at a very early mule for the next-generation (S650) Ford Mustang. Clearly based on the current S550 Mustang GT, the prototype is wearing light checkered camouflage on the front end, along with a smorgasbord of parts from various current Mustang variants: The lower splitter and side skirts are from the new Mach 1, and the dual-tip dual exhaust is an option on the GT and EcoBoost models.

The most intriguing part is the execution of the rear brakes. While the regular Mustang GT features a small rear caliper mounted at the back of the rotor, this mule places a much larger caliper on the forward end of its rotor, with a small parking brake on the back of it. A set of cables entering the cabin from each wheel suggests data-collection practices.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
Mustang
Mustang

’21 F-150 Raptor

Here’s the ’21 Ford F-150 Raptor riding on 35-in. tires with new rims, with a first look at the optional graphics package.

At the front, the package features a set of thick, black graphics in the shape of lines on the hood, accompanied by a set of thin white lines. The black graphics transition into dots as they reach the rear end of the hood.

Things get a bit more interesting on the side of the box, where the thick black lines give way to a sparser pattern. The box also features the letters FP (with what appears to be a QR code tucked inside the P) for Ford Performance, as well as the U.S. flag and the number 03 to designate the third generation of the F-150 Raptor.

 

 

 

 

F-150
F-150

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