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  1. Space monkey

    4 wheel steering in action on Cybertruck at Giga Texas!

    Not a good analogy really. I think better would be-legs working pretty good, let’s add a second knee.
  2. Space monkey

    4 wheel steering in action on Cybertruck at Giga Texas!

    Every truck I’ve owned needed front end work over time. Never rear end work. This may change that. One of the greatest strengths of Tesla engineering is making things with FAR fewer parts. This breaks that mold entirely. And all to fix something that’s not really broken.
  3. Space monkey

    4 wheel steering in action on Cybertruck at Giga Texas!

    I’m just saying there is zero chance this doesn’t reduce durability. I just hope it’s optional.
  4. Space monkey

    4 wheel steering in action on Cybertruck at Giga Texas!

    Sure the rods protected, but now your introducing ball joints, tie rod ends and steering gears for the sake of some low speed maneuverability. My understanding of the laws of the universe is that more parts = more parts to break.
  5. Space monkey

    4 wheel steering in action on Cybertruck at Giga Texas!

    I am %100 in the camp of simple is better. I can’t imagine this is even remotely as durable as a simple rear end. This feature is super awesome for a mall rated truck. How long before major work from off road abuse? I guess we’ll see…
  6. Space monkey

    The Laughable & Ugly Wiper

    I guess the reality is, no matter what, you still have to be able to get grime off when it isn’t raining... So much for my idea ? While people were first poopooing the looks of CT, you could see it influencing other car makers designs pretty early on. This may be the same. The BAW might just be...
  7. Space monkey

    The Laughable & Ugly Wiper

    I image you may not even need the wiper (laws aside) . If the airflow over the hood and windshield is not turbulent (smooth transitions between parts as seems the case in photos), the water may just stream off like in aircraft. I bet it 1) comes off easily, and 2) stows nicely somewhere for the...
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