What is a cargo shade for?
A cargo cover is an auto accessory that shields the trunk bed of your vehicle. It differs from a hitch-mounted carrier and usually covers the vehicle section that’s open to the air. Some products also offer floor protection.
What is the cover in the trunk called?
Lid. The trunk lid (in the U.S. automotive industry sometimes also called decklid or deck lid) is the cover that allows access to the main storage or luggage compartment.
What is Interior cargo Shade?
Not to be confused with a tonneau cover or truck bed cover, the Cargo Security Shade mounts behind the second- or third-row seat and is designed to extend rearward above the cargo area when in use.
What is a frunk?
Frunk is a popular portmanteau of front and trunk referring to cars that have their storage spaces in the front rather than in the rear, as is more typical. It should be noted that our definition of trunk does not require it be located in the back in the first place.
What is the cover in the back of a hatchback called?
Hatchbacks may have a removable rigid parcel shelf, or flexible roll-up tonneau cover to cover the cargo space behind the rear seats.
Why do people use cargo covers?
It’s useful if you live in a larger city and park on crowded streets. It hides the valuables that you don’t want curious eyes to see. If you prefer things tidy, a cargo cover can help hide the mess. Easy-peasy.
Why should you cover cargo?
There are two basic reasons for covering cargo: To protect people from spilled cargo. To protect the cargo from weather. Spill protection is a safety requirement in many states.
Which vehicles have a frunk?
6 Electric Vehicles With The Most Innovative Frunks
- Ford Mustang Mach-E. Although not one of the biggest frunks on this list at 4.7 cubic feet, the Mustang Mach-E’s front storage area is still bigger than the Mazda MX-5 Miata’s trunk.
- Ford F-150 Lightning.
- Chevrolet Silverado EV.
- Lucid Air.
- Rivian R1T.
- Tesla Model S/X.