Information leaks surrounding the hotly anticipated return of the Ford Bronco have been abundant, but this one may be the biggest yet. New photos published online appear to give us a (mostly) clear view of the 2021 Bronco with absolutely no camouflage.

Posted on Bronco6g, the photos show off a four-door and two-door model. The four-door model appears to be from an assembly plant, but depicts a Bronco that draws significant inspiration from Bronco’s of the past, with a clear “real-SUV” appearance that many fans were concerned would not be intact. In fact, the Bronco in the photo has massive off-road tires wrapped around bead-lock wheels, suggesting at least some trim levels of the new Bronco are going to be off-road ready from the factory.

The two-door version appears to be in a different type of venue (not the assembly plant), but shares all the same design elements as the four-door shot, suggesting there is some validity to these photos. Like the four-door, the two-door version has off-road tires and bead locks. The two models do vary in the fact the four-door has a cloth top and the two-door has a hard type. Both variants have bulging fender flares to fully cover the massive tires.

Rumors suggest the revived Bronco will arrive to market with Ford’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder with 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. An optional EcoBoost V-6 is also possible.