Amen, keep it simple stupid. This is what happens when you put overly ambitious designers in charge of a vehicle that is supposed to be a tool. It’s like putting a designer handle on a claw hammer. It’s not necessary.I'm in the clothing business and I'm surrounded by fabrics of all colors and textures everyday. This is the most obvious case of designers over designing a simple product. There's no need to get fancy on a vehicle that historically is basic. Just give us brown, black, gray and tan. Use the exterior color for accent stitching and Done.
Yeah seriously. As a Wildtrak res. Holder who thought he was getting the top of the line model (FE excepted), I assumed I’d get the option of those awesome bait and switch interiors. Then I have to watch an intern get all giddy about how the BL is their premier offering and how they have four options, which are still all hideous, and then watch them show the even worse colors of the Wildtrak which gets two options yet was promoted as the second highest level model. It was kind of insulting actually. They also never showed what the actual Wildtrak leather combo would look like and they skipped showing the real Wildtrak wheels in that piece as well. Seems to me the Wildtrak was an after thought to the Badlands.Hey take it easy on the video... they’re only interns, cut them some slack. Lol
Trade trade trade! I’m in the opposite boat as you. It’s sad but that’s the only option the designers have left us with at this time.I don't really like the two-tone gray/black vinyl on the BD, it limits the exterior color choices a little. I wanted Cyber Orange, but with the doors off, it just doesn't look right. I wish they would black it all out like the BL.
Me too, until I saw that 1 IRL picture of the Medium Sandstone interior that was posted on this site. Now, I’m not so sure...Guys, I am really digging the Area 51 with the Medium Sandstone interior on the Big Bend. To me it looks pleasantly rugged.