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- Nov 21, 2019
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- Henry County Virginia
- Toyota Tundra
I would pull the carpet and spray with Line XLooks like the prototype is carpeted. I could certainly see getting at least rubber mats into my CT. Can't imagine the carpet staying clean for very long. Maybe even replacing the carpet with something easier to clean and maintain.
The problem there is that you'd need channels to carry the water to the edges before exiting, or a few holes in the battery pack where the drains could drop through. It's not a ICE cars with lots of places to just put holes in the floor boards.
No holes in center of structural battery pack.The problem there is that you'd need channels to carry the water to the edges before exiting, or a few holes in the battery pack where the drains could drop through. It's not a ICE cars with lots of places to just put holes in the floor boards.
Exactly.No holes in center of structural battery pack.
Ok, that's brilliant. There could be an "interior wash mode" button (next to the screen maintenance one) that tilts the CT to one side before you start power washing the inside.Do drain holes in floor pan near each door. If floor is flat might not need channels.
Also with adjustable air suspension can tilt truck to front or back.
Yep, I don't like looking away from the road or trail. A driver screen should be there for any car in that price range.Agreed!! I'm hoping that CT will get the same interior features as the new S/X. Everytime I say this, people doubt it'll happen because of the low starting price and the supposed "down-market" consumer base. But I would argue given the design-manufacturing cost reductions and the massive dash space to put a dedicated driver screen cluster, it makes perfect sense to do it. They're already party way there with the yoke anyway.
Why? The phone connects with the center console through blue tooth, you can make and receive calls while it's still in your pocket, which is a good place for a phone to be while your driving and paying attention to the road.where would a phone mount go? maybe new accessories will find a solution once released?
I've had a Jeep with linex floor and my current HD truck that has carpet and massive rubber floor mats with snap in carpet inserts. I much prefer carpeted floor and mats. The road noise is much more when you don't have carpet and the heat from the undercarriage radiates up. There is less heat in BEV, but hot roads to heat the undercarriage even in BEV.
Yep, and during one of those moments that you are looking to the right and down at the screen, is when that goofball on his phone blows through the stop sign from the left. No driver/ wheel screen screams "cheap", not fitting for a futuristic, safety prioritized vehicle.Yep, I don't like looking away from the road or trail. A driver screen should be there for any car in that price range.