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Specs on Frunk?

I saw someone mention in a post that they might get a folding bicycle to carry in the frunk. The Frunk is pretty big and there are some full size bikes that actually collapse or fold. I'm not personally interested in fold-up bikes with tiny wheels but full-size in the frunk would be cool.

Has anyone measured or seen specs on the shape of the 5.3 cubic feet up front?

One more data point: Montague makes both road and mountain bikes that fold. 26" wheels.

Dimensions folded: Folded Size: 36"x28"x12"

Will it fit in the frunk??

If not then it is d*mn close. Apparently spare tire fits into trunk, but hood wont close, so it is tight in vertical dimension. From those dimensions you posted it looks like that would be restriction (even performance tire width is just 9.65 inches). However, it could still fit in if that 12" is at right position (closer to rear). Or not, I don't know. That 36" is also tight fit. It's close enough that I don't think anyone here can say it straight away, you would need to test that.

Max dimension about 30". But ...
"The Gocycle online store ships products within the United Kingdom only."

Made some measurements of the frunk of our car. If you want to use the widest expanse (side to side) of the frunk, the open space is approximately 28” x 14” x 11”. If you want to use the longest length (front to back) available, the open space is approximately 19” x 39” x 9”. Note, that the height measurement (11” or 9”) is a bit of a guess.

If you want to drop some serious coin but have something that truly complements the Model S, try the iF Mode (looks like it will JUST fit in the Frunk)

or the Yike Bike

Both are over $2k, but very cool.

Thanks All. Looks like I'll still need to look for a rear hitch (EcoHitch online apparently is working on one and has one for the roadster already, somehow with no drilling) or the suction cups on the glass someone found. Or I could put it in the back with the seat down but that inevitably is hard on the interior and I want to protect it if possible. Not interested in the pano roof (in Dallas) and a bit frustrated that takes away the roof mounting points.

Even if it doesn't fit into frunk it most definitely fits into trunk without folding seats. You can probably fit something like ten of those into trunk without folding seats, twenty with folded seats. If you are concerned about trunk lining then put some mattress or something in it before putting your bike on top of it.


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