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Anone got a good solution for a inflatable mattress that fits the ID.4?
 

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Lunolife.com looks great but for some readon they do not ship to EU
 

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If you aren't looking for a mattress to fit every nook and cranny of space, shouldn't any twin sized inflatable mattress fit? I just grabbed a tape measure and the trunk appears to be 39" wide, which is the standard width of a twin mattress.
 

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If you aren't looking for a mattress to fit every nook and cranny of space, shouldn't any twin sized inflatable mattress fit? I just grabbed a tape measure and the trunk appears to be 39" wide, which is the standard width of a twin mattress.
a standard twin does fit. We have one that we slept on in a previous vehicle and haven’t slept in the ID4, but have tested the fit. The overhang between front and rear seats needs to be filled though.
 

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a standard twin does fit. We have one that we slept on in a previous vehicle and haven’t slept in the ID4, but have tested the fit. The overhang between front and rear seats needs to be filled though.
other than eyeballing, I didn't check length so thanks for confirming. when you refer to the "overhang" are you referring to the footwell area? meaning the twin mattress overhangs the empty space of the footwell, making it less than ideal from a support perspective?
 

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other than eyeballing, I didn't check length so thanks for confirming. when you refer to the "overhang" are you referring to the footwell area? meaning the twin mattress overhangs the empty space of the footwell, making it less than ideal from a support perspective?
Yep exactly. Ours is a foam mattress so it is pretty flimsy. We did wedge it between the front seats and the trunk door and it was held reasonably well, but haven’t tested it through a night. Also I believe we had to move the seats fairly far forward, I don’t think I’d be able to drive in the position we moved it to. We fold the mattress while driving in our other vehicle.
we are exited to try it during ski season, drive somewhere farther away and sleep over night with some heating assistance for getting up in the morning.
We also looked into removing the rear seat backs to give some more space, but couldn’t figure out the middle seatbelt removal on a standard Pro. Looks like you could get some more space but it turned into a lot of effort to go back and forth.
 
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