First pics of rear cup holders and armrest - in 4 door leather WildTrak

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I get that these are probably still pre-production :rolleyes: but is it too much to ask that someone either pull the leather/fabric tighter so a brand new seat doesn't look like it's been sat in for a 100,000 miles already? I'd hate to see these seats after 6 months of driving.
 

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I came here to see the cup holders, then found this sweet little nugget. (decent picture of the upper dash pad/panel)
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My quest to find out how the dash is put together is one step closer.
Now I just need to find out if the tan upper instrument panel is a pad attached to the dash frame (which I 'think' is how the Ranger dash is) or if it's actually a solid part of the whole assembly and can't be removed unless you remove the whole instrument panel assembly from the vehicle.
 

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Grew to really love the WT. Would love the same type of shots for the dashes and interior options for all the trims. Definitely would like a more up close view of the dash texture.
 
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I get that these are probably still pre-production :rolleyes: but is it too much to ask that someone either pull the leather/fabric tighter so a brand new seat doesn't look like it's been sat in for a 100,000 miles already? I'd hate to see these seats after 6 months of driving.
I agree. Too much puckering of the seat covering for a new vehicle. They need to find a better upholsterer for when they go into production mode. I'm sure the interior design wonder twins will be all over it!
 

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These pictures make me like the Wildtrak interior. I think the dash actually looks good in these pictures. I don't think it looks like it will reflect on the windshield much. My gray dash reflects on the windshield, for that matter.
 

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I get that these are probably still pre-production :rolleyes: but is it too much to ask that someone either pull the leather/fabric tighter so a brand new seat doesn't look like it's been sat in for a 100,000 miles already? I'd hate to see these seats after 6 months of driving.
Definitely pre-production . When I supervised a line for a Mercedes and Jeep supplier that did seats and consoles , it was the last month before production that they approved one of our processes . It's surprising that Ford lets these early pics out with all the bitchin they receive . I for one am happy to get glimpses of the Bronco , even with its pre-production flaws .
 

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