The Cybertruck is Elon's baby project. No way it turns out to be a turd. You can tell by the specs they're throwing out for it already, this thing is going to perform and bring all sorts of novel features to the truck/pickup world.
Cool spot! Perfect vehicle to be an easter egg in Camp Mode since it'll be the most camp and overland capable of all Teslas.
So that's the second Cybertruck easter egg right? There was this other one in a recent simulator image released by Tesla.
Is their police force manned by GI Joe figures? :ROFLMAO: Seriously tho I can see many police forces making the switch to EV with the Cybertruck given how rugged its construction is and how well it performs. I mean even a 911 can't outrun it if there was a pursuit situation.
Here's a peek at alternative Cybertruck wheels In the video where head designer Franz tests throwing a metal ball at the window in a workshop.
Looks like a nice multi-spoke design to me.
Video where it's from:
I've been scouring the internet for leaks hoping since we're so close to the reveal there might be something. But if this is accurate this might be the closest we get to a leak. Practical question tho - are headlights like that DOT compliant? It looks like it's just a strip of LED?
Love the idea and hope it comes. But with independent adjustability. If not at every corner then at least front and rear. That way the rear can be lowered to give the bed an angle and height for easier loading/unloading.
That general shape would be nice but those details are way too radical and scifi for popular appeal. Which might be what Musk is after if his goal for the Cybertruck isn’t mass sales. More like an enthusiast only truck rather than a work/duty/commercial pickup like the F series.
Do we know the Cybertruck will get dual motors and not a motor at each wheel? I think giving it 4 motors would set it apart from rest of the Tesla lineup and from all other pickups (well except maybe Rivian).
Agreed. And it’d be most helpful off road when rock crawling, which I’m not sure this truck will really be designed for anyway. Just read news that Rivian filed a trademark for “Tank Mode” so it’d be have to be called something different on the Cybertruck.
I think the Cybertruck may be so out of the box it won't follow the usual trim level names of the other Teslas. It the trim levels may not just denote different battery capacities / acceleration but different purposes each model is focused on based on their different options/features.