The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor’s missing Color

Last updated on September 14th, 2022 at 01:25 am

There seem to be some popular colours missing. Although the Jeep Wrangler outsold the macho 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor, sales of the vehicle are still soaring. The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor has already been sold out, that is so well. Order books will open on August 15 for the 2023 model year, with scheduling beginning on September 22 and production starting on November 14. Many orders are being delayed by a model year at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne because to persistent production delays, and many customers are losing out on their original colour choices.

The exterior paint palette for the 2023 model year consists of 11 colours, according to the most recent information from Ford’s Dealer Connection website. And from the original leak posted earlier this month, this could be the reason for irritation as some colors may be missing or different.

The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor would come in a variety of colours, including Fighter Jet Gray (which is similar to Cactus Gray), Peak Blue Metallic, Yellowstone, Eruption Green Metallic, Code Orange, the vibrant Race Red, the subdued Terrain, Lead Foot Gray, Iconic Silver metallic, Velocity Blue Metallic, Robin’s Egg Blue, as well as standard Oxford White and Shadow Black. There are 13 colour in all. This excludes the Wimbledon White paint job that the 2023 Heritage Edition is anticipated to have (the same paint colour covering the original Bronco in 1966). However, as the aforementioned graphic demonstrates, not all of these hues appear to be making it to the offerings for 2023 after all.

According to the most recent leak for the 2023 model year, provided by forum user “illverado,” the leaker who first posted the information worked at Ford and obtained the screen capture from a dealer-only website. Hot Pepper Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, Velocity Blue Metallic, Eruption Green Metallic, Shadow Black, Antimatter Blue Metallic, Iconic Silver Metallic, Carbonized Gray Metallic, Azure Gray Metallic, Oxford White, Cactus Gray and Race Red make up the limited colour palette used here.

Although, the colour palette is lacking recently released colors like the enduring Robin’s Egg Blue, Lead Foot Gray is also absent, the well-known Area 51 is still absent, and limited-edition colour like Wimbledon White are also absent. For the 2023 model year, Ford must be working overtime to ensure that get all of its special editions ready. Otherwise things must be messy at Ford HQ, because of judging by this colours palette.

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2023 Ford Bronco Raptor open to sell

2022 Ford Bronco Raptor

The 2023 Bronco’s order banks are anticipated to open on August 15 with manufacturing slated to begin one month later on November 14. Other forum posts about dealers anticipating orders placed in 2020 to be moved to the 2023 model year in response to recent forum posts by customers who reserved a Bronco in 2020 and followed through with orders but still haven’t received their vehicles; a post on Bronco6G in May stated “We are just now starting to see week 1 reservation holders scheduled on a regular basis.” That refers to those who completed the electronic procedure to purchase a Bronco in July 2020.

There are no early indications of what may happen in 2023. We won’t make an official pronouncement until closer to the time that order books open, but we’re not convinced that being able to place an order is still good news. The chip and supply chain crises were supposed to start progressively getting better about this time last year, but instead, manufacturers are encountering at least as many difficulties while constructing automobiles. GM produced 95,000 unfinished vehicles in the second quarter, which accounts for 16% of its Q2 sales, and intends to finish them by the end of the year. In addition, chip makers are complaining they don’t have enough, with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, VW Group CEO Herbert Diess, and U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo all agreeing the shortage could last until 2024.

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