an 'emergency' release can't, tho, be tied to speed or movement, it, by safety definition, has to work all the time, regardless. no matter how we 'think' about someone being shoved into a frunk and locked in, that person just may decide to exit no matter the truck moving, or not, if their life depended on it. That's far-fetched, yes, but since the size of the frunk is what it is, the gov't requires it. Do I think maybe it should be a 'two' staged button, yes, but then again, that might also run afoul with the gov't regulators. Seems that the simplest method is to do just what they do in a trunk - a pull cord release. Problem solved.