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- Apr 7, 2020
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- San Diego
- F150,F550, Escape
Man, these are interesting photos. I realize this is only the first prototype, but these photos show the vehicle in the light of day.A few more random shots from the construction site. That floor looks extremely easy to clean which makes me happy. I think I can get a proper vacuum in here.
We know there was no midgate or window on the prototype. Either would have to be an add on in the final. (We've had some hints one or the other is possible).Man, these are interesting photos. I realize this is only the first prototype, but these photos show the vehicle in the light of day.
In the interior shots, it's obvious there's something going on in front of the side window on the front doors. It looks like side screens to replace mirrors. They look like they are covered with cloth. Also, when I look at where the bed connects to the cab, it is VERY slanted. It doesn't look like a mid-gate, but possibly there's a space for that small back window to go down into. That would allow the bed to be part of the cab for temperature control during camping mode.
And yes, it's ALL speculation at this point.
Maybe HVAC to the rear seats? If the floor is right on top of the batteries, there aren't a lot of places for the HVAC to push air through. I've been wondering about how they will get air all the way back to the vault ever since they suggested it was possibleWhat about that beam under the dash? Do we think that is functional? Or maybe just something to keep the middle passenger from accidentally hitting the accelerator pedal? Personally I hope it's not there in the final version.