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  1. Cybertruck wishlist - options or ideas you'd like to see available?

    If the truck doesn't already have it, how about a storage compartment in BOTH sail pillars? Also, how about a full sized spare tire, maybe in the frunk? Also, I have a feeling that dashboard is gonna create a glare problem with the windshield. How about a matte black dash mat to reduce glare?
  2. Cybertruck wishlist - options or ideas you'd like to see available?

    How about Clamshell-style doors where the rear doors open suicide-style.
  3. Cybertruck wishlist - options or ideas you'd like to see available?

    Power Foldaway Mid-gate between cab and vault. Fold flat capability for ALL rear seats.
  4. Cybertruck Will Distill Water, Hints Musk!

    That's all fine and dandy, but what upgrades are gonna be necessary to make whiskey!!! ;}
  5. Production Cybertruck Size Reduced By 3% With a More Level Center Line and Lower Window Sills [Update: Interior Reduced 1.5%]

    My honest belief is that Elon is trying to make the truck just small enough to fit in as many garages as possible. Even if it costs him a little more to manufacture a SLIGHTLY smaller truck he'll MORE than make up for it with a significant increase in overall sales. This is where I see him...
  6. Cybertruck confirmed specs / features list

    If I'm not mistaken 30x cold rolled stainless steel stands for 30 TIMES cold rolled stainless steel. I think insted of heating it up to make it soft and easy to work with, they run it through the cold press 30 times to reduce it to the thickness they want while still maintaining its hardness...
  7. Cybertruck confirmed specs / features list

    Yeah, considering the "missions" that they will primarily be used for, I refer to vehicles like this as "Suburban Assault Vehicles!' or "Soccer Mom Personnel Carriers!" They used them during "Operation Desert Sand Trap!" and "Operation Just 'Cuz!" JK! LOL Seriously, I actually think...
  8. Production Cybertruck Size Reduced By 3% With a More Level Center Line and Lower Window Sills [Update: Interior Reduced 1.5%]

    Just going off on a tangent for a sec, if they ever wanted to do a remake of the old show "Knight Rider," Wouldn't CT make a good vehicle to use? ;)
  9. Production Cybertruck Size Reduced By 3% With a More Level Center Line and Lower Window Sills [Update: Interior Reduced 1.5%]

    All I can say is that if I'm gonna fork over the $$$$ to buy a new vehicle, I'm gonna want to take care of it and being able to garage it is a big part of that.
  10. Production Cybertruck Size Reduced By 3% With a More Level Center Line and Lower Window Sills [Update: Interior Reduced 1.5%]

    In this new rendering the CT has a little bit more of a Lambo style to it. As long as the vault keeps the 6.5' length, I like it!
  11. Production Cybertruck Size Reduced By 3% With a More Level Center Line and Lower Window Sills [Update: Interior Reduced 1.5%]

    I Hope, for the sake of hauling my M/C, that they keep the length of the vault at 6.5.' That was a major selling point for me.
  12. What about a Cybertruck Flatbed?

    Well, two things. First I've seen some sketches of a Cybertruck with some ladder carrying rig that looks like it mounts to the sail pillars. They look like they could carry some pretty long hardware, and it wouldn't even stick out past the tailgate. Just strap them in over the cab, OR have...
  13. What about a Cybertruck Flatbed?

    In this case, the Cybertruck CAN handle this type of work because it has airbag suspension! Load up the bed (vault) of the Cybertruck, then pump up the airbag suspension and pump up the tires. I don't know how the Cybertruck adjusts for shock absorption, but set the rear shocks for greater...
  14. What about a Cybertruck Flatbed?

    All these truck examples you mentioned are built like a traditional truck, with body-on-frame. The frame bears the weight of the load and the cab and bed are simply bolted on to the frame. With an exoskeleton (or unibody construction) the weight is distributed across the body and the stresses...
  15. What about a Cybertruck Flatbed?

    Sadly, being that it's an exoskeleton design, you would need some kind of structural support to maintain the rigidity of the exoskeleton. You might be able to go bare bones, but you would need some kind of substitute for the sail pillars, or the truck would just buckle in the middle.
  16. Do not like smaller, more level Cybertruck?

    Yeah, I've got a Gen 1 Tundra that's 216" long and it's a pretty tight fit. I checked the fit with the original Cybertruck length of 231" and it would BARELY be workable, so losing about 6" in length will definitely help! I just hope they leave the bed/vault length at 6.5'!
  17. Elon Confirmed: Cybertruck Colors Options Will Require Wrap

    There were some VERY interesting patterns in that slide show! I found the dark camo patterns the most appealing.
  18. Elon Confirmed: Cybertruck Colors Options Will Require Wrap

    THAT would be one of the choices I would like to go with! The other would be a desert camo, it would fit right in where I am in Az., or maybe polish it to a mirror finish.
  19. Do not like smaller, more level Cybertruck?

    From what I understand, the standard sized for a garage in the U.S. is 240," so it would be in the best interest of the customers and the manufacturer's to build a vehicle that will fit into a standard sized garage. The customers get a vehicle that meets their needs and the manufacturer sells...
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