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Yes. No Frunk. Just like the ID4. More interior space.....and no frunk?
Well, R8. 😉 But seriously, a frunk is a nice feature if the design of the car makes sense to have one. It’s not mandatory, but how is it bad? I like having one as a place to put things that I don’t want cluttering up my trunk, and that I might want to get to easily. Like, say, a charging cable. Thinking of the frunk as a bad thing without regard to functionality strikes me as bizarre.... or for that matter, inside of the car where it is easily accessible? The whole frunk idea is just bizarre to me, and brings me back to times when cars had rear mounted engines. I do not want to go back there. Please
You mean, like most people who complain about cars not having them?Thinking of the frunk as a bad thing without regard to functionality strikes me as bizarre.
It isn't. I don't think a frunk is very useful. So I don't count that against ones that have it. It isn't like I won't buy a car with a frunk, but I won't use it.It’s not mandatory, but how is it bad?
I have found that there is usually ample space below the load floor for a charging cable.I like having one as a place to put things that I don’t want cluttering up my trunk
This is actually why I don't like the frunk. I don't find it especially easy to get to. On certain cars, it isn't watertight. On Model S, the hood can be warped with repeated use.and that I might want to get to easily
Precisely. I do not see why the car is suddenly bad because it does not have a frunk. Seriously. Everything else can be very good, but the lack of frunk does it. Come on, this is not even a first world problem to have.Several of us are just reacting to the negative reviews of the ID4 (and Q4) that are complaining about the lack of a frunk
Potentially. I use the charging cable once or twice a year. So I've never needed it with a full trunk. Getting your tire kit out from under the load floor sucks with stuff in the trunk, too. But it doesn't happen very often.Unless your trunk is full of luggage. Then a frunk is quite useful. The space beneath the load floor is great, I agree, unless it’s a PITA to get to it.
Seems to me the absence of a frunk is a noteworthy review item. How negative that is will be up to each individual consumer. But it’s one thing to rebut the negativity, while quite another (bizarre) thing to claim the absence as a benefit. That’s pure spin. And yes, one can have one’s opinion all day long, but it’s difficult to see opposition to a frunk as rational. Not desiring a frunk may be fine for any one user, but that’s a far cry from saying it’s a bad thing or that no one should even want one. Choice is a good thing.Again, if you want to use a frunk, go for it. Several of us are just reacting to the negative reviews of the ID4 (and Q4) that are complaining about the lack of a frunk
I tend to agree. I have to like the interior I live in—one reason I am jazzed for the GT—and I definitely do not love the Ioniq 5 interior. Although I don’t find it as off-putting as Tesla.Frunk or no frunk, I do not like the interior design myself, and since that is the part I spend most time looking at, it is a turn down. It can be 800V or not, it does not matter if the interior sets me off.