If the CT comes with interior video cams you could then have them sign a disclosure (you are being filmed, speeds and mechanical functions of truck are being computer logged, you are responsible for any damages ... blah blah) then I might consider Turo'ing my CT as well.
Unfortunately I think the formula is whichever way they can legally delete it from the car after sale, then charge a new fee for the next owner, is the way they will do it. They have to get to Mars, you see. :LOL:
(and crush the shorts out of existence)
Agree with you 100% in principle buddy.
But that would work perfect only in straight-on impacts. Bumper could also be sideswiped by a passing car behind you as you backed out, etc., so maybe there is some solution that incorporates both your idea plus some other? But good idea nonetheless.
This is an excellent idea. With a holster somewhere for the keyboard when not needed. In fact I could see the day some people start telecommuting from inside their CTs. Wake up, get coffee, walk into the garage and you're at work...
I for one would like to know how they will produce the CT body panels. Score, bend then weld as Sandy Munro said, or something else?
This is gonna be uncharted mfg. technology especially considering the volume production required, with these panels actually forming the very skeleton upon which...
Yeah - now why would anyone willingly PAY for the complexity and potential liabilities of TWO power sources? Plus the added complexity of the switching mechanism in between to blend them optimally during driving?
Sorry, for me it's always been simplest is best if it gets the job done. And a...
I need mine sooner, the Model S lease expires in March 2021 . . . otherwise I may be forced into being tempted by a Model Y during the interim . . . which the wifey would get when the CT does comes out . . . but financially better to just go from Model S to CT although it doesn't look that...
Saw the idea years ago, but now it looks like this recent video shows Michelin and General Tire partnering up to really make THIS.
Would seem ideal for offroading with no issue of flats - dependent on how durable the tech turns out to be.
There are many posts about what the CT can do, like go camping, load up most anything, out accelerate a Porsche, etc. But is there anything a Cybertruck CANNOT do?
Park in a Compact Stall :cool: