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I love the little design nod to the original and new headlamp - on the starter button in the interior pic. That's the attention to detail that communicates - at least to me - that there was a high level of care and consideration put into every piece and part of this vehicle
 

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I meant more like what shape would it be, repeating that shape wouldn't make a lot of sense.
The main part of it would likely be the same, but he angle on the lower cutout would likely be tighter (think closer to 45 degrees) to account for the wheel well cutout.
 

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I love the little design nod to the original and new headlamp - on the starter button in the interior pic. That's the attention to detail that communicates - at least to me - that there was a high level of care and consideration put into every piece and part of this vehicle
I was just going to comment what is that brightwork bit next to the start button?

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This two door reminds me a lot of my old Ice Cube 4 cyl Scout. Only way more modern.
 

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Where did this come from? Doesn't look official. Some of the 'shopping is off for this level of "leak" and the grill is far from what we've seen already.
Theres like 11 grills for the new F-150 lol, you guys will be able to have your choice
 

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I meant more like what shape would it be, repeating that shape wouldn't make a lot of sense.
other way around, so it looks like eyebrows
 

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Not sure why there’s so much drama about the doors… I’m fairly certain it will be an option and not standard. They’re going to serve a similar purpose to tube doors that many Jeep owners like to utilize to feel safer while still having the open air experience. I find the use of body color to actually look quite nice - haven’t seen any color matched tube doors before.

And as for copycatting, this isn’t necessarily an idea exclusive to the Jeep aftermarket world. The McLaren Senna has a similar door concept and it’s a $1 million super car…
 
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