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Hidden Styling Details - 2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,112
edited November 2015 in Ford
imageHidden Styling Details - 2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test

When a car or truck arrives with a fresh new look or redesign, like our 2015 Ford F-150, it's fun to search for the Easter egg styling details.

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Comments

  • emajoremajor Posts: 332
    edited November 2015
    These types of hidden styling cues are indeed fun, they impart some sense of pride and detail. But I've got to be crotchety about these two. Silver painted plastic is cheap, outdated, and the F150 still has a lot of it. Finding another playskool-grade F150 emblem made of this stuff on the dash end isn't a benefit. And I think VW had a classier implementation of the logo-in-the-headlight with their 2006-2010 Jetta/Rabbit/Golf.
  • The best Easter Egg I've seen is the center brake light in the rear window of the Chevrolet Cruze. If you look close the light is shaped like the Chevrolet bowtie emblem.
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