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  1. Cybertruck News From Battery Day: A/C Controls in Bed Possible and 200k-300k Annual Production Estimate

    South Africa - And a bullet proof car there would be a selling point.
  2. Cybertruck News From Battery Day: A/C Controls in Bed Possible and 200k-300k Annual Production Estimate

    These are correct, but I think our biggest problem may be that a right-hand drive version will be required for us and that will take some engineering which Tesla may choose to utilize on other work for larger markets. Ram trucks are now available in Australia and proving fairly popular but that...
  3. Cybertruck News From Battery Day: A/C Controls in Bed Possible and 200k-300k Annual Production Estimate

    Looks like we here in Australia may have to wait even longer if the 'big' CT isn't coming down under. :(
  4. Cybertruck pics & videos from the Petersen Automotive Museum [Dates Extended Until July 5]

    I am disappointed to see that the tow hitch receiver has what I call a high 'plough' factor. Ahh.. that's 'plow' factor for those that drive on the other side of the road. ;) With Telsa's great design capability I had hoped for a tow hitch that preserved the departure angle. I know that when...
  5. Cybertruck pics & videos from the Petersen Automotive Museum [Dates Extended Until July 5]

    Great to see fresh pictures in good light. I notice that the front panel below the bonnet (hood) and lights has a slight curve. That would mean this panel is probably rolled to form this curve and the narrow panel sections at the top and bottom of this would have to be welded on. So this welded...
  6. UHF Radio?

    Yes the antenna is another point. 30X is an austenitic stainless steel designation and these are non-magnetic.
  7. UHF Radio?

    The Cyber truck should be (very) capable to join other four wheel drives for off road adventures - I think we can all agree in that. I order to maintain good communications between vehicles - such as letting the guy behind you know they should stay left while crossing that creek - I am used to...
  8. Video: Earlier test shows window withstanding steel ball throw by Franz

    Yes, I've been wondering about that explanation for a while. We did not see a sledge hammer hit to the back door either in the warm-up video or during the on stage demo. What does that explanation say about the isolation of front and rear doors? I also note that in the warm-up video you can see...


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