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This page is for personal, non-commercial use. Photos of the Ford Bronco Sport — widely referred to as the "Baby Bronco" — have leaked, revealing the new Jeep Renegade competitor in all of its sheetmetal glory. These leaked photographs come our way courtesy of BroncoSportForum. This is our first real look at Ford's new junior 4x4, and while previous photos of prototypes gave us pretty strong hints at its overall shape and proportions, this is the first time we've been exposed to any of the details. While the profile has reminded us of the aforementioned Renegade since we first saw it in production-intent form , this is more than just a simple knockoff of FCA's Fiat-based Jeep. If anything, the Bronco Sport appears to draw a lot of inspiration from more upmarket offerings; we're looking at you, Land Rover. This particular model has blacked-out pillars from front to rear — likely as a nod to its topless big brother — and sports cladding along the rockers and wheel arches, like most newer crossovers and SUVs. While we noted above that this particular example seems fairly kitted-out, the presence of this cladding could indicate that there's room above it for a model with a paint-matched lower body. We can also see that while the wheels appear to be production and the tires sport some impressively thick sidewalls, they do not appear to be the genuine article.
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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. Whether or not these leaks are of the genuine product is yet to be seen, and won't be confirmed until Google announced the phone officially, and that likely won't happen for a month or two yet.
After ending production in , the legendary Ford Bronco is making a comeback. Ford announced the Bronco's eventual return at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit back in , and we've been waiting patiently ever since. Pictured above and throughout: speculative renderings of the Bronco from fan-forum Bronco6G. There is quite a lot we know about the Bronco, based on credible rumors and comments from various Ford higher-ups since the announcement of the 4x4's return. We've compiled all that info for you here. This story will be continually updated as new information is learned.