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I like the way the sides of the divider match the profile of the bottom of the frunk. When not in use, it can lay flat on the bottom.
 

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The whole car was probably a rendering.
Good point. The vast majurity of the marketing images and videoes are 100% computer generated and not based off of any photograph, so there is no way to really know how accurate they are or if they will match the actual production vehicle.
 

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hard to tell for certain, but I think you're correct. And if they're not laying flat it seems to me that the "culprit" is the seat bottom and not the seatbacks. With that said, it's flatter than my wife's FJ with it's back seats folded down. ;)
And lots of cars with nearly flat seats go fully flat or really close under load.
 



 








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