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This may sound a little silly to ask out loud, but does anyone with long legs have a successful scheme for getting your feet out of the F-Type without scuffing?
I have to rotate in the seat and pull my knees up as far as I can. I can pull my feet out, but just barely and the type of footwear makes a big difference.

I managed to find seat settings that keep my head out of the liner and are pretty comfortable, but having your feet stuck in the pedal well is embarrassing.
My wife thinks it's hilarious...

Thanks!
 

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I have a memory set on seat position for vehicle egress. It’s as far back and down as the seat will travel.
That's my "normal" driving position, unfortunately.
I'm getting a little better at it, but I doubt I'm ever going to be able to get out of there without something of a struggle.
 

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This may sound a little silly to ask out loud, but does anyone with long legs have a successful scheme for getting your feet out of the F-Type without scuffing?
I have to rotate in the seat and pull my knees up as far as I can. I can pull my feet out, but just barely and the type of footwear makes a big difference.

I managed to find seat settings that keep my head out of the liner and are pretty comfortable, but having your feet stuck in the pedal well is embarrassing.
My wife thinks it's hilarious...

Thanks!
I’m 6’4” and barely fit in my car. I went with a convertible because the coupe had about the smallest interior I’d ever experienced. This is not a good daily driver for a tall person but it’s a wild ride in V8 form so I don’t care.
 
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