The Coronado is one of the most controversial instruments in history! Either love it or hate it. This reissue has several differences from the original:
the tuners that originally were lollipops (oval) and now are elephant ear
the headstock front face that was either matching with the body or black and now is natural (even if aged-yellowed)
the pickguard that was missing on the original and added on this reissue
the bridge that was floating/slanted/proprietary "peculiarly - scaled" design on the original and is fixed-inserted-bolt in on the reissue (using a rather standard off the shelf product)
hollow body was the original where the reissue has a instead a beefy center wooden block that pushes the weight to 10 lbs (4,5 kg) but definitely defeats the neck diving characteristic that the original had.
Pickups are different, too; don't know much more: Thundertrons on the original (somebody will better detail) where the ones on the reissue are the same of the La Cabronita and fully adjustable into the pu cavity for the overall height and with individual string screws, where the original were just screwed-fixed on the top of the body.
Fit/finish are just perfect on this reissue: fret job is to die for and the tonal possibilities are a lot.
It just plays as a modern versatile solid body should and the short scale, coupled with a "Ric on steroids" overall tone, mixed with an appealing aesthetic surely makes you drool a lot!!! Just buy one, dig, familiarise and treasure it...