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  1. samroy92

    Cybertruck Range Prediction + Cell Calculation + More [Sources]

    We got some new info from Munro today (video below)! 192S7P Battery arrangement with 1344 cells. I will be updating the main post with the new information. But back of the napkin math: 124,000Wh / 1344 cells =~92Wh of energy per Gen2 4680 cell.
  2. samroy92

    Cybertruck Range Prediction + Cell Calculation + More [Sources]

    Well this is the end of this thread, in the end Tesla went with 1366 Cells for a total pack energy of 123,000 Wh. This results in almost exactly 90 Wh per cell. Working backwards w/ the 10% density improvements this put the Gen1 Model Y 4680 cell I would have expected a minimum of 95 Wh per cell...
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    New look at what's underneath the Cyber Diaper (Departure Angle)

    Am I the only one who thinks that space can fit a spare tire? I don't know about a 35" mudder but definitely a street tire. It could also be the sub-vault trunk basin, I think less likely because they said you could access the inverter/motor from the sub-vault trunk and that would position it...
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    New look at what's underneath the Cyber Diaper (Departure Angle)

    My opinion is that you can hid a full size spare tire under there, that is why there is such a massive plastic cover in the rear.
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    Frunk Hidden Items

    The nozzles would be in the wiper itself, like @SlightlySinged said. That is the way windshield wiper fluid gets distributed on all Tesla's today!
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    Confirmed: 11,000 lbs tow rating / 2,500 lbs payload capacity (official specs)! + Shatter-resistant glass

    I'm not looking for confirmation bias at all, it is not an exoskeleton. During the 2019 reveal event they said it would be an exoskeleton where the stainless steel body would actually be structural. I do not believe the stainless steel panels on the current unibody implementation are structural...
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    Confirmed: 11,000 lbs tow rating / 2,500 lbs payload capacity (official specs)! + Shatter-resistant glass

    Is it a typo... or on purpose? Because we all know they scrapped the strict "Exoskeleton" route, we all know it is stainless steel panels on uni body frame.
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    Frunk Hidden Items

    1. The emergency frunk opener 2. Windshield wiper fluid? 3. ??? Can someone help identify
  9. samroy92

    Videos: best look yet @ interior, folded-up backseat, tonneau cover, display screen UI, range meter

    The tiny details might matter here. Displayed SOC on the screen for 71% on the BMS could be anywhere from 70.5%-71.4% a 0.9% margin of error. That also means that arrival SOC has same margin of 64.5%-65.4%. If you take the absolute worst case scenario that is leaving at 71.4% and arriving at...
  10. samroy92

    Cybertruck engineers bend upper control arm in testing

    What do you guys think of this video?
  11. samroy92

    Cybertruck engineers bend upper control arm in testing

    You're right sorry I was thinking of the grassy venue where they brought out the original prototype from the peterson, I just looked up the electrified cars + coffee.
  12. samroy92

    Cybertruck engineers bend upper control arm in testing

    this is an RC unit not the original prototype that franz took to the cars and coffee. But I was just saying this is the latest version of the RC units
  13. samroy92

    Cybertruck engineers bend upper control arm in testing

    no prob! I think it was from this walk around:
  14. samroy92

    Cybertruck engineers bend upper control arm in testing

    Just making the point that the evidence is pointing to the original post not actually showing a bent control arm due to off-road use. This is a newer rc unit — I am not saying the upper control arm isn’t light duty just that the original premise was probably wrong!
  15. samroy92

    Cybertruck engineers bend upper control arm in testing

    Latest image of the new matte black RC upper control arm, same “bent” look. It may be a lighter duty control arm but this whole discussion is probably a nothing burger.
  16. samroy92

    Rumor: Person who test drove Cybertruck confirms 240V, powered frunk, and more

    The user who allegedly drove in it: https://twitter.com/SerifBlack


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