Only thing that makes me think no is that its not ideal to have a screen that swings out and becomes exposed to rain/snow. Not a big deal to weatherproof it but I think its more likely they would mount the screen on the dash inside.
The truck still needs a lot of design work put into it and the production line. This is certainly being doing by engineers working remotely through all this. The whole thing will probably delay production a bit but I think the stage they're in it won't be too bad.
I think this one is a fake, made as a stunt by the event.
Someone please prove me wrong but there's several things off about it. Biggest flag is the square part under the front bumper, and if you look under the wheel well at 20s in its very clear its a prop, you can see right through it. Plus...
All the way on the east coast.
Have wanted a truck for the winters and being able to move around my motorcycle/large items. My family always had a truck growing up and its so useful, but I haven't been able to justify switching with the base cost and the fuel costs of a truck being so high...
I'd prefer if it was just a large triangular opening instead, so you could reach into the bed. Would mess with the aerodynamics a bit but would maintain some of the true truck bed functionality that it's missing right now.
Getting by with a car now, barely. Winters are tough and I'm constantly dealing with lack of space. Thought my next vehicle was going to be a Tacoma but I really want an EV. Tesla truck came along and I'm 95% sure it's what I'm going with. If not then maybe dual motor Y, you just get so much...
If you look under the rear window, there's limited space for it to roll down into due to the way it slopes in under the window. You also probably wouldn't be able to use the rolling tonneau while the window is down.
If it went both ways you could use the strain gauge while braking/going downhill to maximize regen without sacrificing safety. Delaying when the trailer brakes are engaged to get that energy back but not so much that the trailer becomes a runaway train.
I'd prefer if it was in the bumper. I've backed up trucks with the tailgate down and it becomes usless (looking directly down at the ground). At least in the bumper you may be able to see the tailgate in the view and gauge the distance/see what's behind you.
Some people like to change the tire themselves. Maybe you don't and you can go ahead and buy some RFT. If you have 3 on order you can certainly afford to buy new tires when you receive the truck. I'd prefer a normal jack (or simply jack stand if possible) and the on-board compressor.
The 20/4/10 rule is helpful to gauge what you can afford. The reality is most people don't buy a vehicle outright, but you shouldn't finance blindly.
20: put at least 20% down on the vehicle
4: keep the loan repayment period under 4 years
10: monthly vehicle costs should be around 10% of your...