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  1. Cybertruck timeline schedule prediction as of August 10. Agree/disagree?

    Good guess for everything except the November CT event. I predict radio silence until day before production starts when they finally update the website. no events.
  2. Ford has officially raised their Lightning pricing

    Exactly as any retard could have predicted... tax credit only serves to raise prices and lengthen wait times. For Canadians its a double whammy as we now pay more taxes on the more expensive vehicle. If government wanted to actually help they would facilitate resource extraction and processing.
  3. Musk: "Cybertruck pricing and specs will be different, but it will be a damn fine product."

    I need MINIMUM 400 mile (~640 km) range or CT will be useless. 500 mile (800 km) is preferred. I sincerely hope Tesla makes a long range CT2. And I need it under $75k USD. Otherwise I'm out. Tesla seems to be moving away from big batteries. Remember when the S had over 400 mile range? I...
  4. Unless a new class of buyer joins, there will not be many takers at $85k+ for a pickup

    People will stretch their budgets for a Tesla, but they can only stretch so far. $85k USD (~$125k CAD after tax) is a very tough pill to swallow. Unless production of EVs accelerates and/or demand slows, prices will remain high. If Tesla keeps prices low, scalpers will swoop in to claim the...
  5. Tesla can now price the Cybertruck (after tax credit bill deal)

    The tax credit solves nothing. Instead there should be a real effort to make production easier by facilitating resource extraction and refining. The tax credit will increase demand which will drive up wait times and prices. This will make it even harder for Canadians to get a Tesla because...
  6. Hopefully Cybertruck tow range is better than F-150 Lightning

    This is why Tesla better deliver on that "500+" mile range! I might never tow, but I need a big battery to survive Canadian winters. Imagine towing in the winter! cut range to 1/4?
  7. Number of Cybertrucks manufactured per year

    That's news to me. I thought LFP was the ONLY chemistry currently being offered in the 4680 format? Given the low range of the current 4680 equipped Model Ys... I swear I heard it somewhere, don't recall where.
  8. Number of Cybertrucks manufactured per year

    I predict 70k units produced in 2023, increasing to 350k units in 2024 and 500k units in 2025. Tesla will open a second CT factory in Q3 2025. Production will top 1M units in 2026 and the CT will be declared the best truck of all time. The resounding success will spawn a host of copycats, and...
  9. Price Increases?

    Prices are going way up. I'll be happy if I can get a long range dual motor for under $100k CAD.
  10. Elon Says Final Cybertruck Design is Now Locked! Updated Production Timeline = Mid-2023

    Model Y production is ramping as we speak. not sure how that counts as being delayed? And no, CT delays are not due to design changes. That would imply the factory is ready to go just waiting on the design team. Journalism these days...
  11. Cybertruck joins the Tesla autopilot team at CVRP Conference

    I still like the Gen 1 prototype the best... And I'm not even talking about wiper blades and mirrors.
  12. Will you sell TSLA shares to pay for your CT?

    With this macro environment I'm second guessing such a large vehicle purchase... Most likely a CT with useful range in Canada will be over $120k CAD. That's a hard pill to swallow.
  13. To believe or not believe...

    Definitely not... But I could believe first delivery in Q1 2023.
  14. Cybertruck pic - in lowest air suspension mode & windows down

    I wonder if the range estimates are based on "Limbo mode" being active. Side note: I hope they are still planning to ship CT with the original prototype rims (or hub caps).
  15. Is it a mistake to change car now while waiting for the CT?

    I would pay off the Kona and hold onto it until CT arrives. You are pretty close to the front of the line so it could be as early as 12-18 months away!
  16. Tesla removed from the S&P 500 ESG index

    Changing my words is very convenient for you. I think they call that a strawman... Anyway, you might find it helpful to read up on marxism, it seems you might not know what it is. But to address your question, yes I do like community spirit. And I like polite and respectful conduct, yes...
  17. Tesla removed from the S&P 500 ESG index

    Elon is right, wokeism is a mind virus. It's a form of marxism in the sense that it seeks to tear down existing value structures to make way for a new "equitable" (authoritarian) system. More specifically, it includes the ideologies of intersectionality and collectivism. Virtue signaling is a...
  18. Where will $TSLA be at Cybertruck Release

    My crystal ball says by Jan 1, 2024, TSLA will be $1,694.20
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