The Bronco6G forum is at it again!

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After creating a set of two-door Bronco renders, their magician is back with a four-door variant.

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Since the Bronco will be built on the Ranger's platform, there's plenty of space for four doors.

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I really hope it looks anywhere near this cool.

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Bronco6G's admins believe the Bronco will come with removable roof panels.

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That would be the biggest news we've heard about the Bronco since it was announced at the Detroit Auto Show.

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This ute won't be built until 2020.

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And when it is, it'll be assembled in Michigan.

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Until then, we're stuck lusting over these renderings.

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Ford should seriously consider hiring whoever made these.

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