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Isn't it a 4-in screen in the cluster?
Negative. 8" LCD in the cluster

@JTBros I did see where it says "High Level" on the higher trims for the cluster but I don't see where it could be that much different. Could something as simple as a analog vs digital speedometer or maybe a higher resolution on the 8" screen

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The radio is 8" on all models except the high and lux package, those come with 12''
If your referring to the actual gauge cluster I have no idea how big that is.
On the website it says 4-8" LED standard with optional 4-12". I just assumed that 4 represented the other led screen above steering wheel. Not an important spec at all but...
 

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Love the stance of the 2 door ( ordering a loaded up WildTrak) but if I’m gonna nit pick the wider fender flares dwarf the 35’s a bit . My understanding is the fenders are removable. I may try and swap to the standard / non squatch width flares to give the tires more “poke”
 

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Ford has told everyone not to look there, and to not focus on the interior too much at every showing. Likely because they aren't final yet
I'm sure Ford reads our posts... You know they're scrambling to either make the back seats lay completely flat or easy-to-remove... maybe!?
 

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I'm liking everything but I hope the material for the dash is different. Looks cheap to me. Maybe it's just a prototype?

I understand it needs to be simple and rugged but they should really go with something more substantial. JL is not the greatest either but the Defender's is on point.

I'm buying either way though.
 

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Curious how possible it is to remove that second row panel with the rails in place. I get how the front 2 panels could easily slide out the sides, but not sure there's enough room for the full width panel to come out under the rails - might be why it's simply detached and not removed in the video.
 

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Is it weird that the back of rear seats are carpet?
I hope this is just in the pre production vehicle. My hope is that the Black Diamond and Badlands would have rubber/no carpet. Have the ability to "hose it out".

Edit: maybe they aren't carpet. I can't tell.
Anybody know?
 
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On the website it says 4-8" LED standard with optional 4-12". I just assumed that 4 represented the other led screen above steering wheel. Not an important spec at all but...
The word "SYNC" is in front of the 4. SYNC 4.
 

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Is it weird that the back of rear seats are carpet?
I hope this is just in the pre production vehicle. My hope is that the Black Diamond and Badlands would have rubber/no carpet. Have the ability to "hose it out".
everything we see will be preprod. don't banks your hopes on any of these.
 

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