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My contribution for a real life picture of the frunk divider.

Taken this September on the display tour in France.

This one has some kind of mesh/honeycomb sides.

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I"m so confused. It looks screwed in which doesn't make sense. It has to collapse or be pulled out somehow.
 

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Preproduction model perhaps? So that it's in the proper place for all showings? I hope.
Yes. We should keep in mind the models showed do not totally reflect what will be the vehicles which will be delivered to us.

For this frunk divider, I hope it will be easily removable. May be with sliding rails like the central panel seen on this one?
 

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Whose pink panties are those, I wonder?
THAT'S WHERE I LEFT THEM!

damn Tile sticker failed and I hadn't gotten a chance to put my name on them yet

thanks, you've all been a great help.

934.
 

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Did anyone else catch this bit of news at the Design web stream tonite?

The frunk divider comes 'permanently' fixed.

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Did anyone else catch this bit of news at the Design web stream tonite?

The frunk divider comes 'permanently' fixed.

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She followed up to indicate the dividers were added to the design to resolve a safety concern.

Perhaps the frunk is too air tight when closed?
 

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She followed up to indicate the dividers were added to the design to resolve a safety concern.

Perhaps the frunk is too air tight when closed?
Yes, that was in response to my questions about the Frunk divider and the follow up about being able to put a small suitcase or large gym bag in the Frunk. Looks like the Frunk will be divided unless someone comes up with a removability option. Aftermarket? Weekend project?
 

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Yes, according to @trutolife27 you can remove it. I think he said 4 bolts. That may be my first mod.
 

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on the video thread @trutolife27 said this was incorrect information.
I'll watch the Video. Thanks.

I was in a budget meeting for a non-profit organization I'm an officer for. I came to two conclusions:

1. The members of the Board of Directors including the President, Secretary, and Treasurer don't have a clue what their proposed budget says. Or even how budgets work. And one is an accountant.
2. I'd have had a far less aggravating afternoon if I'd been on the webinar instead.
 

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he followed up to indicate the dividers were added to the design to resolve a safety concern.

Perhaps the frunk is too air tight when closed?
Or possibly to keep your untethered bowling ball from crashing around, destroying things.

[edited] Or maybe that's "unbridled" bowling ball. 🤪
 
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