I definitely will be getting the Cybertruck... but I'm 400,000 in line for a tri-motor, so I pre-ordered an electric F150, to use while a wait 3 to 5 years for my cybertruck... hope it has vehicle to grid by then.
I don't think that Ford is planning to give us this option, I feel there is a reason that they haven't mention the cost and installation cost of the charger that allows for vehicle to house. Having said that, I would probably pay it.
It seems that this would open up Tesla to offer a power...
I must admit to reserving a Lighting, since 400,000 cybertruck reservations are ahead of me.
The downside of the lightning for me.
1> range (300 miles is really too low for Oklahoma)
2> No air shocks.
3> Charging speed.
4> Charging network.
Good side for me:
1> There are only 20,000...
Another Okie here, and in several years or so, the 400,000 reservation get or cancel their orders, I will have a tri motor. To help in my waiting, I have reserved a Ford Lightning, there are only 20,000 reservation ahead of me, so hopefully I will get mine by the summer of 22, that is if they...
I put in a pre-order of the lightning, since there are 400,000 reservations before me for the cybertruck. The Cybertruck is heads and tails above the lightning, but my 20+ year old truck is hitting its limit.
So hopefully the lightning will keep me going until my Cybertruck reservation comes...
When I ordered my CT, I put $34K into tesla stock, figuring that if the CT does come out, that the tesla stock would be higher. Given that the stock has increased 5 fold (so far), I'm not going to have any issues sell some of the stock to pay for the CT in full.
I would suspect since I'm a Tesla stock holder, Tesla would have to spin off the so called "Halo" brand, and so I would automatically have stock.
Do you think companies can create a product using their funds, and then create a totally new brand to sell it under, and create new stock for nothing?