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I’d rather a cooler in the front trunk. It’s a much more accessible space for it. For instance, you can get to it when parked in a standard parking spot with vehicles or other obstacles on the side.

At the off road expo when they were showing off the initial prototype of the camp kitchen, they mentioned having a custom fridge made for the front trunk. I‘d hold out for that.

I don’t know what “up north” is for you but for me it’s a couple hours to the nearest grocery store that doesn’t have Northern prices(like $15+ for a gallon of milk)
Just northern Wisconsin for me. I'd settle for a normal cooler, not something that plugs in. In my Ram I used the storage under the back seat, line it with a fleece blanket and tuck all the frozen goods under the seat. Usually stays pretty frozen, but that's very limited volume.
 

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I've seen this area cleaned off several times now, anyone know why that spot keeps being cleaned off? If its the forward radar, you think they wouldn't be worried about cleaning it off to use Driver+ since they're on the trails.
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I've seen this area cleaned off several times now, anyone know why that spot keeps being cleaned off? If its the forward radar, you think they wouldn't be worried about cleaning it off to use Driver+ since they're on the trails.
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No sensor there, most likely just gets rubbed when accessing items in the frunk.
 

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I've seen this area cleaned off several times now, anyone know why that spot keeps being cleaned off? If its the forward radar, you think they wouldn't be worried about cleaning it off to use Driver+ since they're on the trails.
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No sensor there, most likely just gets rubbed when accessing items in the frunk.
Looks more like a place to mount a GoPro to me.
 

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I've seen this area cleaned off several times now, anyone know why that spot keeps being cleaned off? If its the forward radar, you think they wouldn't be worried about cleaning it off to use Driver+ since they're on the trails.
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Probably from having to repeatedly push the RAM out of the way.
 

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The articles won’t even be in print until the January 2022 issue!
Part of the problem with the printed magazines is that they get well ahead of themselves. I think I've already received the March 2022 editions of all three of the biggies.....
 
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