He mentioned lane change assist oh no.I think there's a few comments on this thread:
Update video- USA basedGreetings! I have read all sorts of things from the corners of the web and put some information together. Some of this some of you will know, and some you may not. A few “breaking” details emerged right as I was about to publish so those are towards the end of this video. Some of this...www.theineosforum.com
but it's probably significant enough for it's own thread. The idea is excellent, as is the style of presentation. I'll probably have to listen again to try and remember all the relevant info.
I'm assuming it's open to questions from all regions, not just the Americas.
One thing I did pick up on was with regard to the double cab. It looked like he was about to give a little detail but was cut off in the edit!
Speaking as a Brit, so not mega clued up on US regs, but I've never seen a bullbar on a stock car or truck out the factory. Sure they're legal, but are they legal when the car is "as produced from manufacturer" ?Does anyone know more about why Greg said at 21:50 in the video linked in the OP post that Ineos would not be offering a Bull/Roo/Brush Bar in the U.S. Market? Unless something has recently changed, such bars are legal in the U.S. Greg said the bar would not comply with U.S. Crash Safety or Pedestrian Safety regulations. I think either he's mistaken or there's something about the design of the Ineos bar and how it attaches to the front bumper that does not comply with applicable regs. Anyone know more? I'm not too worried, since I expect ARB and others will offer excellent aftermarket selections, but am curious nonetheless.
I hope they provide a way to sell the Roo Bar as an accessory to the USA market. It's an accessory I really want for mine. I know the new LR Defender has an OEM roo bar/bull guard you can have shipped from Australia from a website but is $2-3,000.00 to just ship to the USA. Fingers crossed INEOS has a way to sell as an accessory direct in the USA market without the high shipping cost. There is a market for them, especially in Texas.Technically in Australia the Roo Bar is an accessory sold/supplied by INEOS, but installed by the Agent. This would mean that it would be treated as an aftermarket product in Australia, as the fitting would be done after the "ADR Compliance Plate" has been placed on the vehicle.
Do you change your shocks/springs every time you fuel up?
And what about driver differences from 70 Kg to 120 Kg or even more?
One or more passengers - or not?
None of these situations will change the maximum weight of the car and thus be in the corridor for which the car was built.