F-150 is the new Model T.
I don't see FORD or your guy's, radar blips notwithstanding, proudly driving anything other than an F-150 with antique plates on the back reading- " built tough" a Ford legend.
CT is the new Black paint on black privacy glass wrapped '57 Chev 2 dr. HT NOMAD...
Optics aren't viable as fixed field scale exceeds perimeter dimension.
Human visual acuity loses ability to differentiate content, navigation aids and clues on screen. Humans start hunting behaviors searching for words, images and cursors.
Such a large " white space". Humans are predisposed to...
Cybertruck emerged a great concept and iconic design. Go find a better location or alter the garage.
SpaceDOC that's the beauty of an original. CT was blank slate from scratch. No design constraints nor baggage allowed-in to conceptual design.
Design development witnessed Musk's 3%...
They are NTS ( not to scale) so size doesn't matter from a usable standpoint. Take the cm and scale to your own drawing.
Note: keep metrics do not convert to US if you are planning to fab, produce or mfg for CT to avoid errors.
Sandy Munroe is adamant towing requires solid axel configuration at rear. That sacrosanct design isn't seen in Tesla yet. Sandy is right solid axel stability, handling and dependability.
Tesla skateboard engineering would effectively revert to body on frame handling with a rear solid axel...
Range Rover air suspension is $1800USD per bag when a rock punctures an air bag to replace.
That alone is reason enough to AirSuspension DELETE on my order if it is an option. I'd rather run lifted 10" - 14" on remote reservoir shocked spring suspension. No maintenance other than joints.
I have a Toyota factory tint sunroof. I added ceramicUV 90%. It remains too intense on my skin in Santa Fe NM @ 7000 elev. SO the cover remains pulled over the glass which blocks 99%.
Were it an Option, I would sunroof DELETE on my CT order due to:
1) water leak
CyberTruck is to Tesla as Starship is to SpaceX - failure is not an option.
Cybertruck is generational. It is not your father's F-150. Its aspirations are futuristic - millennial. F-150 pickups are individualistic - BabyBoomer . Millennial aspirations are driving (sic) Cybertruck success...
...Adventuresome will throw sleeping bags in the backseat, sleep pads, pillow, a mess kit and call it good. CT is more than equipped to haul your wet -soaked ass out of there in the middle of an unannounced monsoon downpour.
...Gearheads will sneak a second backup battery in the event the...
Closer to delivery day...reservations become fungible assets. Priorities change. Timing is everything and for some...paying for a delivery date is reasonable, prudent and acceptable way to meet their new reality.
Second the motion " lower your expectations"!
Managed fleets in nationwide trucking and I have serious reservations " any" rent formula can "pay for itself" wrt covering Bank payment, maintenance and energy expenses in fleet usage... cashflow and depreciation curves will cross too early as...
Double check with Tesla before selling FSD with your used Tesla out into the open market. Tesla pulled back soft-ware options on a used Tesla sale. I don't think you " own" FSD to sell it. Just cross your T's and dot your I's before you add FSD into your resale price.
So pleased at news that 3% changes are not in-play as it cut into an already released product design. This keeps Cybertruck sacrosanct.
Tesla can now loft a Cybertruck proper, run its Baja 1000 cred up and deliver on the Cyber bits without there being any confusion in the messaging. \...
In the high desert, mountains and Midwest there is icing. In UT they have a word for it " black ice" which is an atmospheric humidty that freezes. In Santa Fe freeze rain falls during the night so by morning all door gaskets are frozen even the door handles need thawing. Midwesterners are...
>Cybertrucks are going to look identical
Meh...Iconic design doesn't have an identity issue. A famous racecar driver when asked " which color looks better on the BMW2002?" replied " any".
SO break a leg with your <FAV> color