might not be that simple. The seats in the 2 door are different than the 4 door. In that they sit in a plastic bucket that rests at an angle to the wheel wellI would think when Ford says not removable they mean no easy latch system to remove like some minivans. I assume the rear seat is bolted down and not welded. They should be removable.
There is always a battle between the designers and the bean-counters when it comes to these things. They have to weigh the utility of a certain feature vs. additional costs to implement, and whether or not the addition/omission of the feature and increase/decrease in the vehicle price will significantly affect the customers’ decisions to purchase a Bronco. And not to mention any additional engineering constraints.but but but WHY the dgaf attitude? Surely its not news to Ford that people are accustomed to a load floor they can utilize.
i didnt say it. The ford guy didI don't believe you. The interior design has not been finished as of yet. If you see one in the wild it is a prototype. For those who are not familiar with 2 doors, you have no F'n room if the back seat is in place. The final design may indeed be a fold down, which would work but I would be extremely shocked if the seat was not designed to be entirely removed without any tools.