I guess so. Same event but somebody with different shoes. They had a pretty steady stream of media folk taking their turn.That's a different video, different group of reporters.
I've no idea how tall the people are who are getting out in the still image that I posted, above. The guy in front looks tall to me, but I can't really tell.
Saw a tape measured Mach-E front seat and it appears as if one can sit 26 inches above the pavement. I hope this can be confirmed.So will I feel like I am in regular sedan, height wise, or will I enjoy the benefits of a higher seat. Less than 6 inches of road clearance makes me wonder.
I am glad I am not the only one!As we all age, getting in and out of a car becomes a big deal. It looks like we can just slide on over and into -- and back out of the MME, rather than plot down like I do now with my 06 Mustang. Perhaps the new battery technology it well suited for cross-overs.
I like sedans/coupes, but my body complains getting in, and more-so getting out after a long drive.I am glad I am not the only one!
In the MME I put my butt in first and then my legs - both front and rear seats.
In my Ford Edge I put my feet in first: the seat is higher and easier to get into. Same for the back.
20 years ago, when I had a Porsche Boxster, I also put my feet in first then my butt.
Age does take a toll!