Yea that is true. The steering wheel in the image is all wrong. It's like a dished steering wheel with some really retro-muscle spokes to it.
People often forget how much a steering wheel look can impact the overall interior appearance.
That happens quite often. Guys will have a nice amount of time set out for a build but the amount of delays and unexpected obstacles that can occur when building vehicles to this caliber is insane. Sometimes you just really need to cut corners and push to meet that deadline. Just gotta hope it's not that noticeable lolThat or they don't care because its the easiest thing to do on a build like this. But considering this was a build for SEMA its possible these guys were in so much of a rush they had to settle for whatever they could get within the dead line.
A system that utilized switches and a gauge on the exterior or air ? Jeeps had air ride systems already, Ram as well. Far from new.The Ram Rebel had such a system and it's a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Technology sharing between brands under the same umbrella isn't a new phenomenon, just up to FCA to see if there's a need for a feature like that.