Is there a tunnel-like effect in the Ford Flex?

Since the days of the first crew cabs, entering seven-passenger vehicles has felt like entering a tunnel. For a work crew, this feel feels like home, but for a family, it feels restrictive. Ford designers worked diligently to rid the Ford Flex of the tunnel feel.

Most modern mid-sized SUVs have an interior that curves inward. This increases the feeling of an enclosed space like a tunnel. Ford opted to take a different course. The designers included the right-angle concept in the interior of the vehicle to give the impression of purpose. The result is more room for each occupant. The designers also included space between seats so that each occupant feels independent. The overhead windows above each row of seats add to the impression of space.

Come to First Choice Ford in Rock Springs and sit inside a Ford Flex to get the feel of space for yourself.

 

 

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