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  1. Oobbeeddoo

    Wishful thinking for a U.K. Tesla CT Factory

    Yes, there’s a need for 8 giga battery factories in the U.K. I believe & Tesla do have a license to be a electricity company. So it a no brainer to have at least one giga battery factory. UK designed vehicles would be good, I suggest. Also, the gravity park site is only 30 minutes from the...
  2. Oobbeeddoo

    Wishful thinking for a U.K. Tesla CT Factory

    Sincerely hope so. I’m in Somerset & have been to gravity park where the rumour is that Tesla might located. It seems well suited to the company & is big enough. Plenty of skilled and capable labour about. Would be a win win 👍
  3. Oobbeeddoo

    Wishful thinking for a U.K. Tesla CT Factory

    Oi! oi! Somersets Gravity park is the first & best UK option. Clean slate & centre of excellence & all that. And sod Honda & EU supply chain - we don’t need them. @Elon https://thisisgravity.co.uk/community/
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    I am holding firm on my CT reservation for the UK. Who else ?

    Waiting for a smaller version. But Landrover may get their EV act together by then. Cough
  5. Oobbeeddoo

    I am holding firm on my CT reservation for the UK. Who else ?

    Nissan had Pre Brexit jitters, & now they see the opportunity...
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    I am holding firm on my CT reservation for the UK. Who else ?

    There are a huge number of small businesses and emergency services in the UK and EU who could make use of the full size cybertruck and smaller variants.
  7. Oobbeeddoo

    If an M3 can do this!!?

    Archaic? Just the opposite. Our rules have evolved from similar to what you have. To tow a 12k lbs trailer (that's about 5.4 metric tonnes) legally you'd need a 16k or 7.5 metric tonne truck or larger I expect. 4x4s simply aren't big enough by our rules. This makes sense in the UK.
  8. Oobbeeddoo

    Tesla is again confronted with risks for its Gigafactory in Grünheide

    Somerset, England would welcome a Giga factory. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/elon-musk-tesla-uk-factory-4192165&ved=2ahUKEwjB4YqquefsAhU-QkEAHUVcAhoQFjABegQIAhAB&usg=AOvVaw14q8OdDnjhdbClMIFtJXGX
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    If an M3 can do this!!?

    Yes in the UK trailers / towed machinery over 750kg has to be braked, but vehicles have to be capable. I did a lot of towing using 4x4s & light trucks & found manufacturers figures to be optimistic, especially older Landrover vehicles. Basically, it was always to keep the trailer & load to less...
  10. Oobbeeddoo

    "Wolverine Cybertruck"

    It's the law!, No wait.....
  11. Oobbeeddoo

    "Wolverine Cybertruck"

    Looking forward to the W-CT. I want all the CT features & more. And I want it now! Gimme
  12. Oobbeeddoo

    What made you decide to buy your Cybertruck?

    I'm a environmental professional so I Totally get the need for low carbon transport. Sick of ICE vehicles & machinery & see the perpetuation of our forced dependence on fossil fuels as a insult. On a lighter note, I love the tech, innovation, speed, durability, capability, & probably be the...
  13. Oobbeeddoo

    If you could request three factory add-ons, what would they be?

    1. Reversible front seats that fully recline & massage 2. Middle pop up desk with ports & hot water facility & stove 3. Verbal commanded Off road Stealth / creep / self drive with operator not in cabin modes 4. Dog kennel space 5. Hand Tools store 6. Cordless power tools options
  14. Oobbeeddoo

    Hey Elon! What About This!

    Hey Elon _ how about revolving seats for a conference mode. And a hot water thing ( 'kettle' maybe the technical term ) for the British version. 😂


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