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  1. Solar Flare

    If we ever had another "Carrington" level event or EMP attack, would the CT be more vulnerable than a regular vehicle? Is there any way to protect the electronics?
  2. Should Tesla only allow electric vehicles at their factories/facilities?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4758152/Al-Gore-s-mansion-uses-21-times-energy-average.html
  3. Should Tesla only allow electric vehicles at their factories/facilities?

    This thread reminds me of those attending "climate summits" for many years by private jets from all over the planet only to be scurried back and forth by a caravan of 13 mpg Chevy Suburbans to tell everyone else to CURB YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT. By the time I read the news story, they had already...
  4. Should Tesla only allow electric vehicles at their factories/facilities?

    Go ahead and make the rule now, and watch 1000's of pictures pop up on social media of Giga Texas using hundreds of diesel powered engines to build it. Pictures of Elon flying every other day on a horrible, petrol jet. Pictures of SpaceX flying to the ISS using petroleum. Nobody is going to...
  5. Car designer Frank Stephenson's view on the Cybertruck

    The designer of the Yugo meant well too.
  6. Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Chevy Bolt EV Battery Pack

    Kia and Hyundai had over 3,100 vehicle fires🔥 in the link above. If Tesla had just 3 fires, it would be MAJOR news!
  7. Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Chevy Bolt EV Battery Pack

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/kia-recalling-295000-vehicles-due-to-risk-of-engine-fires#&_intcmp=hp1s1_business,hp1s
  8. Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Chevy Bolt EV Battery Pack

    That is what Chevy will tell Bolt owners after the fire.
  9. Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Chevy Bolt EV Battery Pack

    I'm surprised Chevy didn't just install a fire extinguisher, and call it fixed.
  10. Expecting cybertruck delivery this month

    It looks like it needs more ground clearance. Might get stuck on a paper clip, or a sheet of paper.
  11. New steering wheel hint?

    I made the mistake of test driving a used Cadillac on a cold day that had a heated steering wheel. It had me at hello. Very comfortable on a cold morning, this time of year. Now, I don't want a vehicle without it.
  12. Potential Cybertruck Competitor -- The Nikola Badger Pickup, is Dead

    The Badger should still work if you live at the top of a hill, and only want to roll downhill. Keep looking for lower places to go, though, because you have to walk back.
  13. Velociraptor VS CyberTruck

    2020 Raptors in the Denver area were shown on a YouTube video posted by "The Fast Lane Truck" channel today to be marked up to $111,000. Unbelievable! 😳
  14. Lordstown missing details on Endurance despite saying they're shipping early 2021

    I used to drive an El Camino from the 70's that couldn't even handle its own weight over any bump. HARD clunk! Payload zero. Towing capacity: maybe a jet ski. But people thought it was tough 40 years ago because "It had a 350!!" Was not fast at all and burned a lot of gas to prove it.
  15. Toyota president: Tesla has ‘not created a real business in the real world yet’

    GM: Get on eBay and see what we can get from China. Hopefully, it will be as good as their fake reviews say. Reviews: Occasionally charges, occasionally starts fires. Double your house insurance and you collect for a profit when the house burns down. GM: We will make a ton on warranty...
  16. Lordstown missing details on Endurance despite saying they're shipping early 2021

    CT can handle 3,500 lb payload in all 3 configurations, due to beefy suspension, but towing is 7K, 10K and 14K due to pulling capacity.
  17. Lordstown missing details on Endurance despite saying they're shipping early 2021

    Payload is weight carried BY the vehicle. Towing capacity is the weight of the trailer BEHIND the vehicle. Not related at all.
  18. Lordstown missing details on Endurance despite saying they're shipping early 2021

    "That means the Endurance can tow up to a 7,500-pound payload, comfortably ahead of the F-150 Lariat’s 4,500-pound curb weight." "Lordstown says the Endurance will be able to drive 250 mile one a single charge, but it’s unclear how that figure will be affected when towing a substantial payload."
  19. Lordstown missing details on Endurance despite saying they're shipping early 2021

    The writer of the article confuses payload with towing capacity twice.
  20. CT vs. Dodge Ram TRX

    Spending $20k to $40k more and the best ICE truck that they have thrown everything conceivably possible into, and it still can't compete in even a single category. And we haven't even started talking about oil changes, air filters, brake pads, general maintenance, etc. Throw in FSD for free...


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