I can. It is pivoting model, which is completely out of sight when not in use. When you pull the switch in the boot, it will drop down, then you have to turn it to the locking position with your hand. You can also use foot to lock it to in-use position, but the storage position is undoable with the foot, you have to stoop down and use your hand.Nikkijamie said:Can anyone who actually has received there car with the tow bar option confirm if it drops down and locks in place as opposed to being permanently in sight when not in use
Yes it can, it isn't cheap as most Atecas don't have tow bar prep so require wiring looms eye, nearly a full day job.1970ateca said:Does anyone know it the pivoting tow bar can be fitted by dealer fitted to an existing car?
Yep, that's it. And the 13-to-7 adapter is not included, I had to buy one because basically all trailers in here (also brand new ones) come with the old 7-pole plugs. :|pch said:Per manual (p.263 Nov 16 edition):
The vehicle is fitted with a 13-pole power
socket for the electrical connection between
the trailer and the vehicle.