Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by T_690, Aug 5, 2020.
Last but not least...
Self Destruct Button...
You forgot the surface to surface missile.
About the big red button... If you can read in italian, the real answer is here:
A cosa serve il pulsantone rosso nei prototipi? (at https://www.autopareri.com/forums/topic/70468-a-cosa-serve-il-pulsantone-rosso-nei-prototipi?page=4 )
I like what i see.
Easy to keep looking good. Smoother designs are easier to wipe down.
That screen looks like it flips down to cover personal items in the console. But I wonder what is behind it? Looks like they put some carbon fiber on the steering column... not sure if that's some shadow reflection from the sun screen windshield or something they may include in more future interiors. Overall I see a lot of storage in the center console... this will appeal to minivan consumers and the dodge journey folks as well. I hope the exterior looks just as good and classic like.
A collection of paper maps in case you are lost and the Nav is out....
I can guarantee you it doesn't.
I got yall all beat.......
Just ask Speed......
To be honest, the giant red button really isn't that fun to use
Looks good. They need to step up their game, big time, they are in last place. Maybe the tides turn with this car.
In last place with what?
Interior quality compared to other cars in it's class. Jeep interiors, especially the Grand Cherokee, should be elite. I'm hoping the Wagoneer is also getting an elite, sophisticated, upscale interior comparable to Mercedes/Audi/BMW. Jeep needs to start leading, instead of always being behind.
The interior, from what little I can see, looks just fine to me. There’s always going to be things you like and things you don’t. If the overall vehicle is good, and meets my needs....specifically the 3-row GC, then I’ll be ecstatic. I’m sure there will be trim levels to appeal to all tastes and expectations.
Currenty GC doesnt really competes with them brands, but it can based on bang for the buck.
For a vehicle that is 11 years old, FCA has done a good job keeping it fresh and the sales reflect that. Their biggest problem will most likely be teething issues initially going to a whole new platform.
To a whole new platform? Uhm.
it doesn't have to be a new platform or even a new vehicle to have issues.
Gladiator is having a fair share of engine problems. The 3.6 should not have an issue by now. Solid axles with a steering box should be simple tech by now.
FCA has shown they can take a proven design and cost reduce it to the point of failure.
Now now, say more
If this is indeed based on the Giorgio architecture, then yes, it is all new to the people that will assemble it. Is there something I'm missing here?
It is and you'll know it if you've seen interior documents sent to suppliers 3 or 4 years ago. Actually interior is the same as back then. They didn't change interior design since around 2017.
Rear suspension on WL is still very similar to WK2. AFAIK for SRT it should be Alfa Romeo inspired and engineered in Italy at Maserati Innovation Lab if they stick with the plan.
It will most likely use Atlantis electric architecture as is in use by almost all FCA products nowadays and which was introduced at the time of Renegade and 500X.