You mean solid axles front and rear? And not looking at 3/4 or one-ton axles? If so....
Earlier Toyota trucks
Range Rover classics
Early Ford Bronco (classic), and later full-size Bronco (till about 1981-ish)
Earlier Full-size Ford Trucks (till about 1981-ish)
Earlier Dodge Trucks (and up through Gen II trucks)
Dodge Ramchargers (last one 1992-ish)
Earlier Full-size Chevy Blazers & Suburbans
Earlier Full-size Chevy Trucks
Ok cool. Anything smaller? Midsize, Like early Range Rover /D1 size? That Jimny looks cool but only 88-1/2” wheelbase and only 1.5l gas engine. (Probably a ton of fun in the woods!) A bit small and no diesel option.
Any current Toyota offerings still have a beam axle up front?
Hang on. I need DANA 60’s (and lockers) for my Starbucks!
Not really but the Bronco looks interesting. Low range and a diesel and I’m very interested.
It’s amazing to me that is seems Land Rover are rolling over and playing dead regarding utility trucks. That’s their bread n butter. Now all (including new defender) with independent suspension? That have totally lost the plot. What is the UK military going to use moving forward?
Looked in the 'ol (dusty, covered with fingerprints) crystal ball;
I would bet that the new Bronco will be based on the new Ranger chassis (likely an obese, anemic, descendent of the Australian Ranger) and have independent front suspension...
Electronic assists will probably abound and a rear electronic locker will be an option (for the Starbuck's crowd).
It is based on the Ranger. Rolls out of the same factory property (unknown if same building or not). No reason why it still can't be a solid axle. I expect the seats, fuel tank, mirrors, and dash like stuff to carry over.
Making a solid axle and IFS truck in the same factory is no harder, possibly easier, than 4wd and 2wd Super Duties in the same factory. 2wd SD has/had different frame, k member, etc. etc. A few lines of code for the robots, and all of the logistics issues are someone else's problems. The frame provider, and the truck driver, for example.
What abut the rest of the world? Africa and Australia had traditionally had beam axles long after we (in the states) suffered with IFS and now FIS... Horrible state of affairs.
It seems the "anti-off-roader" lobby is strong, and in addition to closing our trails, is having the manufacturers make vehicles that are flat incapable. (how's that for a Monday morning conspiracy theory? Not bad eh?)