Jump seats for the occasional 7-seater option

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Not for everyday driving or regular use, but jump seats would be such a nice to have for tailgates and rate occasion when we all need to ride in one sweet looking rig!
 
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Is a jump seat like a front row bench, or the way, way back in a wagon? When I think of jump seats, I think of airplanes and a seat off to the side by itself. Oh wait, maybe you’re saying the new Scout truck should have an extended cab like in the 90’s before all trucks became four doors? Or seats in the bed of the truck? At any rate, I’m digging the vernacular here and curious.
 
Is a jump seat like a front row bench, or the way, way back in a wagon? When I think of jump seats, I think of airplanes and a seat off to the side by itself. Oh wait, maybe you’re saying the new Scout truck should have an extended cab like in the 90’s before all trucks became four doors? Or seats in the bed of the truck? At any rate, I’m digging the vernacular here and curious.
Wish we were talking bed of a truck. The Scout has all indications of being a 5 passenger SUV. The early LR Disco had jump seats that folded up against side panels in cargo area. I had a Colorado extended cab with similar jump seats. Extra passenger sits crossways.

So OP is asking tor factory option of cross body jump seats behind second row bench.

Subaru already di the jump seat in the bed of a truck to avoid chicken tax. Ineos should offer a Brat version of the Quartermaster to avoid said tax.
 
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