Sunglass holder in the headliner above the rear view mirror.Actually, yesterday I thought of something when I went for a drive: my current mustang and my wife's durango have a handy felt lined compartment to put my sunglasses in. Is there a special holder/compartment for sunglasses, or just the open spot by the front USB ports? I have prescription sunglasses and I'd hate them to get scratched/damaged sliding about in the car.
The standard version doesn't have the vertical stripes in the head lights, and doesn't have the active direction indicator. The tail lights are the same on the RWD and the AWD, what surprised me a bit.I'm curious about the differences between the standard front lights switched on and the specific Mach e AWD-version...hopefully I can check it on Thursday!
You need to wait thoughDoes anyone know if kids can join the ride of a Mach E? I am scheduling a trip to Hamburg now, where the next Go Electric event will take place. And I just can‘t afford NOT taking my 9 yrs old son with me, the biggest Mach E fan of my family... I would even take a kids seat with me just for these 10 minutes...
I was in the passenger seat, so that was why it was pointing out probably. Nevertheless car probably looks more handsome without then withWith the side mirrors properly adjusted, the driver will be seeing vehicles in adjacent lanes and not his front door pulls.
done!Could you get some photos of the driver controls?
- the steering wheel
- any sticks on the steering wheel
- any buttons/knobs/levers behind the steering wheel (left and right)
And are there controls for the panoramic roof (to vary darkness)? If not, does it change darkness automatically, or is the shading fixed?