wow, that arm rest looks both pretty useless and ugly, definitely looks like an afterthought add on. The problem is someone with long legs that has the seat pushed back I barely touch the existing arm rest, so that pad is not going to get it done. Unfortunately the ergonomics are not great as the arm rest is too low and the window sill is too high. I would be interested if they can get a better center arm rest as that is not ergonomically very good either, too narrow and too short. A lot of little interior things they missed on the design, I mean how much would have it cost to have the temp, mpg, etc to be scrolled by pressing in a button on the turn signal stalk like my BMW instead of having to reach way in to scroll while driving. Anyway the BMW is ergonomically about perfect for the driver (telescope steering would have been an easy addition) but the Xb is more fun to drive and more practical not to mention over $20K less!
yeah I don't want to be the guy who keeps bringing this one up....but it's been about a month since we had some leaked news on this. Would love to hear more about it and see pics.
I would also like to echo some others feedback that I would be all over their other armrest pad if they made it look more stock and follow the curves of the door. If you look atsome of the other pads they make for other cars, they can clearly do it....just seems like this one they are marketing for the scion is a generic, work for any car type thing. They sell what looks like the same pad for the FJ as well.
Make it look nice and I'll buy it. Sort of concerns me, that the bolt-on armrest might no be so hot either.
Their gen 1 product was popular and good thought right?