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One of the features of the Limited and Trailhawk according to spec sheets is a rechargeable flashlight. Does anyone have a pic of it? Thanks!
 

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And here's a picture of it.
Fantastic & useful: maybe it's available as aftermarket.
I think i'll ask dealer to fit me some additional toys that where not available when i ordered my 1,4 limited.
One is the flash light and the other is the reverse cam, that is now available (at least from the configurator)
 

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Fantastic & useful: maybe it's available as aftermarket.
I think i'll ask dealer to fit me some additional toys that where not available when i ordered my 1,4 limited.
One is the flash light and the other is the reverse cam, that is now available (at least from the configurator)
the camera is available as aftermarket accessory at about 800 euros. About the light you can install it yourself splitting the power cord that uses the power cord inside the panel.
 

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The flashlight has gone the way of the Dodo bird, at least in the 2016 models. I suspect the ones that are out there use Nicad batteries which may be a good thing considering how many lithium battery powered items are bursting into flames. True, most of the failed lithium batteries are poor quality ones from China but not all.
 

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The flashlight has gone the way of the Dodo bird, at least in the 2016 models. I suspect the ones that are out there use Nicad batteries which may be a good thing considering how many lithium battery powered items are bursting into flames. True, most of the failed lithium batteries are poor quality ones from China but not all.

Yes the flash lights are gone, but the small triangular cargo nets are here to stay.
 

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The flashlight has gone the way of the Dodo bird, at least in the 2016 models. I suspect the ones that are out there use Nicad batteries which may be a good thing considering how many lithium battery powered items are bursting into flames. True, most of the failed lithium batteries are poor quality ones from China but not all.
Don't worry. It is a pretty feeble light. Great if it is all you have but a keyring torch is brighter.
 
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