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Not sure if someone posted already.

Different angles if you haven't seen them.


6:32
I haven't paid attention to the swing gate opening before now

7:48
Another view of getting in the 2 door back seat



I gotta get that fold out table if it isn't that much of a cost.

A lot of info we already know, but nice to see new visuals :cool:(y).





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Nice to see an adult in the back and his view with the camera. It actually didn't look too bad.

Yeah, I was really relieved to be reaffirmed that there is a good amount of room in the 2nd row of the 2 door; of which is the one I'm getting :cool:(y) .
 
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Anyone else's audio on that video sound terrible?

Yeah I felt the same too.

I thought it could be my low spec laptop that's connected to my TV; but I guess not.

They did a good production with their first vid I watched from them with his "First ride" vid.
 

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Yeah I felt the same too.

I thought it could be my low spec laptop that's connected to my TV; but I guess not.

They did a good production with their first vid I watched from them with his "First ride" vid.
Agreed, the first one was produced much better...
 

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That rear seat access shot looked a lot more forgiving than the driver's side video that came out of Super Cel East. Not that it's a huge deal since my primary rear seat passengers are both under 4 ft. right now, but it's reassuring nevertheless.
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That rear seat access shot looked a lot more forgiving than the driver's side video that came out of Super Cel East. Not that it's a huge deal since my primary rear seat passengers are both under 4 ft. right now, but it's reassuring nevertheless.
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I feel the same way.

The rear seating area seemed to have a lot of depth compared to what I imagined at first.

Kids sitting in the back should have a good amount of leg room as well as seating space.

Also, the front seating positions of the seats seems more upright; this leads me to feel that my seat may not be too much rearward to afford more rear leg room :cool:(y).
 

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Note at 2:10 - the crack in the tube door. Not a good sign for a rig that has only been on/off the trailer and never has seen the trail.

Interesting to see the full-open rear gate. This was the first time seeing it. We have only seen the 90 degree opening before.
 
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Note at 2:10 - the crack in the tube door. Not a good sign for a rig that has only been on/off the trailer and never has seen the trail.
I recall seeing a video where the presenter said these doors are prototype and that specific part is made out of plastic, but the real door will have that made out of aluminum.
 

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Note at 2:10 - the crack in the tube door. Not a good sign for a rig that has only been on/off the trailer and never has seen the trail.

Interesting to see the full-open rear gate. This was the first time seeing it. We have only seen the 90 degree opening before.
There was a comment that addressed this saying that the pre production units were made of plastic and the final product will be made of aluminum where you see that crack on the tube door.
 
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Note at 2:10 - the crack in the tube door. Not a good sign for a rig that has only been on/off the trailer and never has seen the trail.

Interesting to see the full-open rear gate. This was the first time seeing it. We have only seen the 90 degree opening before.
That's a plastic cover only for pre-production. For production, that will be aluminum.
 

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Something I guess I really didn't notice before this video is just how thick the steering column is and how bulky the steering wheel is. I know with today's tech the steering wheel itself kind of has to be a little bulky to get all those buttons on it for the volume, voice command, cruise control, etc. but I would have liked a little more of a retro feel to those components. There's nothing quite like the feel of the 60's to 80's steering wheel and column. Something like this would have been amazing!
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