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  1. Neo

    CyberTruck vs Rivian R1T?

    If I could replace the ICE, transfer case and transmission with 4 electric motors - I certainly would...
  2. Neo

    While waiting for my CyberTruck...

    I bought a Porsche Cayenne Turbo to haul my toy hauler trailer, 500hp | 500ftlbs Torque.
  3. Neo

    CyberTruck vs Rivian R1T?

    I have never seen a stock full sized Dodge, unmentionable or Ford at the places I've been even with my Hilux. They just don't have the entry/exit angles nor the lockouts to make it through. Sure I've seen some heavily modified, but far and few between. Elon designed the CT to have possibly the...
  4. Neo

    CyberTruck vs Rivian R1T?

    Yes, ultimate traction control for rock crawling, winter roads, mud, hauling a trailer through terrain, what actual trucks do. california trucks look pretty and drive around on streets, a single motor or dual motor would be more than sufficient, but those of us who want an actual truck want 1...
  5. Neo

    Who's planning on a Cybertruck factory pickup / delivery

    I'll fly to Austin from here and pick it up and take the tour for sure, I wouldn't miss it for the World.
  6. Neo

    CyberTruck vs Rivian R1T?

    Their 4 Motor design makes it an actual truck, one motor per wheel is the only way to go and I hope Elon realizes this and offers it to the california mom "truck"... And yes, I have ordered the 3 motor option, just hoping Tesla get's it right.
  7. Neo

    Tow hitch, electrical connection and in cab brake controller

    Outside of getting into the Tesla Ecosphere, this is my second driving factor to buy the Cybertruck over the Rivian... I'm building a 7x18' Toy Hauler Conversion to weigh in at 5,800 lbs.
  8. Neo

    Cybertruck design & engineering complete. First deliveries still this year.

    Stainless would be wayyyyyyyyyyyy too heavy... This is why in frames it's a box, I-beam, C channel or other mostly hollow form. There is no need to cast those shapes. Based on the properties of Aluminum and SS, it makes most sense to cast Aluminum for it's strength to weight ratio. My 2 cents.


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