not the best photos for making any hard observations, but this topic came to mind when ogling the DeLorean photosI saw this Rivian on the road.
Looks like the rear tires are not 90 degrees to the pavement.
fully lowered, esp the highway setting, the Rivian does get to negative camber
it’s part of why Rivian owners with lots of highway driving chew through tires
it’s also a common thing with vehicles with adaptive air suspension with both low and high settings
at some point, physics of suspension require negative camber when very low, and positive camber when really high
will be interesting to see if/how Tesla addresses this
I see what you’re saying, but I also want to point out the placement of the front seat relative to the B-pillar. In the CT, the seat seems back a bit more than the front set of the ford. Maybe by as much as 4-5 inches.An F150 is full sized. CT is not. Pic from another thread.
There's no evidence the space is different. You have two photos with different camera lenses from different angles with the trucks in unknown seating configurations other than 'it has a child seat in it'.That is a good point of reference, thanks. I did not realize the difference in interior space before this.