No, I'm talking about the screen being positioned on top of everything else like how most other SUVs and crossovers do. If the screen is positioned like how you suggest, maybe I won't mind it. It just depends on how they position it is all.I see the edge of a screen extending out from the dash board suggesting a "Tesla" look. Is that what you meant by floating?
I don't know, it looks like it's probably a 12" screen to me.Ford is pretty good at covering that whole thing up. I figured it'd have a bigger screen, but that one looks bigger than I thought it would be. Probably similar to the Bronco screen though I guess.
I noticed that too and was SSSOOOO disappointed when I saw that. I REALLY hope that isn't the case. I absolutely HATE it when the screen isn't integrated into the dash. It ends up looking cheap to me. Like someone bought an accessory and just stuck it on the dash.I see the edge of a screen extending out from the dash board suggesting a "Tesla" look. Is that what you meant by floating?
Yeah, that's what I'm saying. The Bronco has a 12" screen as an option, and that looks to be pretty close to what I've seen in the Bronco interior shots. Which makes sense, they're based on the same platform and built in the same factory, so would probably share as many parts as possible to make manufacturing easier.I don't know, it looks like it's probably a 12" screen to me.