A truck interior is like a mobile office to many so storage capacity and utility is a big selling point. The Ram would make any closet organizer proud. Plus I need a lockable compartment to hold some of my "tools" let us say.
Re: grades of stainless steel. 301 or 302 would be logical choice for CT except Tesla is unique among automakers in doing it's own metallurgy. No surprise if 30X is the proprietary alloy from Space X - the more you buy, the cheaper it gets till the magic X ingredient runs out.
I'd love a big battery option on the dual motor. I need range much more than sub 3 sec. 0-60.
TFL did a video on towing with the X. After watching that my sense is combining heavy, unaerodynamic, and distance means 150 kwh or more. Unless you want to spend your vacation time driving 20 mph...
My area is in the midst of a 500 year flood because of a dam breach. Ultra ground (water) clearance and floats, sign me up!
Somehow the camo look really works on this vehicle. I might go with the crazy dazzle scheme of WWI.
I'm wondering about when reservation #5XXXX might get delivery. Last time I checked, Tesla hasn't decided where they are going to build the factory. I'm not inclined to wait till 2024, I'll be 70 years old then, gasp.
Got a note from GMC today that while the Hummer reveal on May 20 has been...
Interesting. I'm a chemist who at times worked with radioisotopes. Tc 99 is long lived isotope, and a weak beta emitter with no gamma ray. So , at a low concentration it should be fine.
If you are deeply concerned ... remember you have a lot of potassium in your body and that is radioactive too!
Off road capability - in my area it's 2 track roads through forests - lots of low lying branches and bushes to scratch regular paint. Stainless we can brush out the scratches. Has great ground clearance too