The Toyota folks are usually there during the second week of July. _EVERYTHING_ will be booked then.
Peak wildflower time is around that time, as well.
Late July / early August might be the ideal time (before school starts, too).
I have no other choice but to assume that the supercharger situation in that area is only going to improve over the next two years.
Those, along with the locations available at multiple RV sites, make me believe that charging opportunities will not be scarce.
I have been watching trail run...
I’ve seen them take full-sized Chevy mountain tour trucks, F150s and Tundras on those trails; Cybertrucks would fit.
There are superchargers planned to be built in both nearby Montrose and Telluride.
There are at least three different campgrounds in the Ouray area with beaucoup 30-60 Amp...
Ouray, Colorado has a Toyota FJ & truck summit every year - it sold out in ~1 second this past weekend. I’ve been three times.
The tails there are spectacular!!!
“Tesla Cybertruck Summit” - you wouldn’t be able to keep me away.
FSD is inevitable.
The ratio of human-caused accidents per mile is one in every 460,000 miles versus crashes on auto pilot as one in 2,400,000 miles.
I look forward to it. As I age, I’m not gonna be getting any better as a driver. FSD will allow my wife and I our independence way past the time...
Combined with a trailer hitch that doesn’t mess with the departure angle, that could work. It would have to be pretty stout to avoid wobble and metal fatigue.
Probably be a better idea to have a aftermarket rear bumper with a swing-out mount.
The other obvious issue with either would then be...
4WS would allow the TCT to make hairpin turns, and even allow “crabbing“ like a tiller on a ladder fire truck.
This feature would be especially useful off road, such as with negotiating tight switchbacks on mountain roads, as well as maneuvering through older (read: European) streets.