Monday, March 30, 2020
News 2020 Ford Bronco Startup Screen May Show New Logo

2020 Ford Bronco Startup Screen May Show New Logo

As we await the arrival of the 2020 Ford Bronco, a video of its multimedia system startup screen may have been leaked online.

The video may be showing us the new Ford Bronco logo for the first time.

The leak comes from the Bronco6G forum which uncovered a YouTube video from user Mine Tramstop showing what looks to be a Bronco startup video hidden in the Ford SYNC 3 infotainment system.

More specifically, the video was found in the 3.4 version of SYNC 3.

The video shows some rocks rolling down a dirt hill and forming a Bronco logo at the end. The screen then shifts to a blue background.

The whole animation is fairly long at 14 seconds which led some users to question whether or not it would be ultimately be annoying.

Others suggested that the animation could start when the Ford Bronco is unlocked which means that by the time the driver sits inside, the Bronco emblem is being displayed.

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The logo itself is a first. It’s basically the same logo as the Mustang, but the horse is kicking. The only thing we can say about is that it looks really good and would fit perfectly on a tire cover.

This leaked video is just one more reason why we can’t wait to see the 2020 Ford Bronco.

Source: Mine Tramstop and Bronco6G

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