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  1. Is the folded exoskeleton actually easy to manufacture

    I was just thinking the same thing! As a Saturn owner, I enjoyed the flexibility of the all-plastic body panels and the ability to have the extremely strong unibody frame withstand practically every accident that was thrown at it. The worst one was a t-bone at 65mph with no brakes applied by...
  2. Potential Cybertruck Competitor -- The Nikola Badger Pickup, is Dead

    Seems like the shorts would have been more successful with NKLA than with TSLA. It's simple logic: bet against the CEO with a history of vaporware or unsuccessful startups instead of the CEO who has a history of industry-defining startups. Oh well...
  3. Please make this a feature..... automatic vault opening on approach

    When you have a Tesla, you're allowed to get spoiled. Other makers don't like giving more than you bargained for the day after you purchased without selling you a new car, whereas Tesla listens to their customers and pushes out helpful and fun updates for free years after you bought your car...
  4. KFC introduces self-driving trucks

    There are a few companies doing urban autonomous grocery carts where I live and it's fun to see! This idea of having last mile autonomous delivery is excellent for busy urban areas. Whether or not you like their food, it's great to see KFC branching out!
  5. Things I want to know...

    I love that we're talking about the ramp weight limit!! Thinking of it, the addition of the ramp combined with the lowering air suspension really give the CT an advantage over a lot of trucks in the market. It's like having your own moving truck for those heavy items like couches, appliances...
  6. Cybertruck Tires

    I'm a scout, but I don't carry my winter tires with me everywhere either. I do have a push scooter though, it can be a total lifesaver if you're stranded and need to go a few miles for help! Or if you want a fun last mile experience when you're out and about. A first aid kit, jumper cables (for...
  7. Velociraptor VS CyberTruck

    Am I the only person who saw the title and couldn't wait for the CT to be featured in a velociraptor chase scene in some new Jurassic Park movie? I'm pretty sure the CT would be raptor proof and outrun one, too!
  8. Tesla owners are going to be able to remotely view what their Autopilot cameras can see

    I can't wait for this! Imagine getting an alert that the spark was triggered and also getting to see the recorded and live footage of sentry most then and there? I would love to have this ability on my M3! This is yet another one of the bazillion reasons I love Tesla: it's always getting better...
  9. Anyone else have their FSD option now say $8k?

    This thread clarifies a lot if you take time to read it. In short: 1. The FSD price IS guaranteed at the time of reservation as long as it was added then and you have an email confirmation showing FSD was in fact added 2. Changing your reservation may or may not change the date of your FSD lock...
  10. Is the folded exoskeleton actually easy to manufacture

    Yeah I'm with you! There was another one of I think a Camry vs an old Civic, much less cringing due to a great loss. If anything, they should have used a junker version instead of a very pristine condition classic!
  11. Is the folded exoskeleton actually easy to manufacture

    This video comes to mind when reading that. The CT would be like the Malibu and any other new car would be like the Bel Air: toast. But what if two CT's get in a head on collision? 🤔
  12. CyberTruck Naming

    At least if it happens, you'll know first thing to dump all your money into TSLA stock! 😆 And then buy all the toilet paper, masks, and hand sanitizer you can while everyone thinks you're crazy until covid hits 😉
  13. CyberTruck Naming

    If you like GoT, maybe you could name it Hodor? As a Batman fan, I love The Tumbler idea! Some other ideas: The Dream Machine 88MPH Door Dinger Spaceman's Other Car
  14. 600+ Range For Cybertruck

    I wonder how much energy the semi can recapture with regen braking. Towing a heavy load, I could see regen going crazy when controlling downhill speeds! If love to hear about regen data, anyone know of some off hand for Teslas in general? And after a little digging, this article lays out some...
  15. Cybertruck Tires

    Having had 2 minivans and some crazy kids, I can definitely add my appreciation for sliding doors! They are huge lifesavers in tight parking situations (practically every day around here) and excellent for thr comfort and ease of getting in the littles, bluckling them up, loading and unloading...
  16. Auto-park and auto-load

    Depending on the dock, this would be really easy in retrospect. Our family has had a boat my entire life and we go out all the time! The docks where I live are very streamlined and well organized, whereas we've been to others that are discombobulated and cluttered. So yeah, I think it's totally...
  17. CyberTruck delivery date issue

    It all depends on the model and trim that you have. For example, if you have a mid-range M3, that has depreciated at a much faster rate than the LR RWD M3 which appears to have plateaued in depreciation (a good thing!). I bought my LR RWD M3 with EAP and 12k miles on it from a private party...
  18. Does new "Structural "4680" battery tech make Cybertruck Exoskeleton Superfuluous?

    To add to all the awesome comments, the prototype CT's, semis, and plaid S already have the 4680's in them. Elon commented on battery day that they have "many vehicles" already using the technology. So yes, they definitely accounted for the new batteries in its design as those prototypes have...
  19. Insurance companies concerned about increased losses because of panoramic & glass roofs

    Some people take glass loss a little too seriously..
  20. 600+ Range For Cybertruck

    I don't think the EPA has a number that high 😉


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