I wanted an open and high ceiling like the rest of my house and attached garage. Like you said, it can be useful for extra storage. I was thinking about a double car lift above the Cybertruck. There is plenty of room for it.
I've already built a custom new garage for the Cybertruck, and it will fit in there just fine. My NSX is not a daily driver beater. I only have 22,000 miles on it. I have a Hummer H3 for that, and it's not likely to make it past 200,000 miles without some major engine overhaul.
I had a Countach poster on my wall in the late 80s and had the actual car in my garage 10 years later. Like you said, it was a maintenance nightmare, so I replaced it with an NSX, which I still have today.
If the Cybertruck looked normal, I probably wouldn't have pre-ordered one. Other than the very few unobtainable electric hypercars for billionaires, this is the first truly exciting-looking electric vehicle that a regular person can realistically hope to own.
My biggest worry at this point is what if Elon Musk is ousted as CEO as so many investment news sources have speculated? Would this mean that the Cybertruck project could be canceled for being too "risky"? As we already know, most normal and boring car companies have conservative board members...
Consider getting a pair of these parking curbs for the back of your garage. Just measure out a few inches of clearance from the back garage wall and mount the parking curb at the appropriate location behind (or in front of) your tires, depending on which way your Cybertruck will be facing. This...
After watching the video clip from the upcoming Jay Leno's Garage episode, I believe the Cybertruck looks great as is. This is actually great news. I've been building a new garage in my yard to accommodate the current Cybertruck dimensions, anyway.