Yes, mine has the factory bracket which uses screws to install in the location where there are two "dimples" in the bumper. The dimples indicate the correct placement so the screws are attached to a mating
hole in the plastic inner bumper bracket - so you don't have to worry about the screws working back out and your plate falling off.
However, the screws that come with the factory bracket that attach through the top two holes in the plate are so long that they also go right through the bumper cover when the dealer installs the plate. So my bumper has (4) holes in it. Not that it matters. In many midwest states, you will get a ticket (Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois) and even points on your license (Illinois) if you are pulled over for any reason. In the city I live, the local police use the missing front plate as a profit center ($130 ticket - 1st time - no warnings). I really do not mind the front plate, other than trying to keep it clean. The factory bracket actually fits nice and gives the license a finished look. It also protects my bumper from the idiots who have to bump you when parking. A friend who tried leaving the front plate off had the imprint of the screws from another drivers plate in his front bumper within a few weeks. On our fleet vehicles, they install round rubber bumpers on the screws of all front plates because they get used as bumper cars so often (and get parked bumper to bumper to save space).