Has anyone seen the wiper in motion yet? I think it's going to be more of a pantograph type wiper used on buses/trucks. Like in this example No. 6. but with a single arm. https://www.a1-windscreens.co.uk/news/windscreen-wiper-movements/
To make the Cyberlander even less useful than it already is.
But more than likely to make the roll top cover shorter and take up less space when stored. And and maybe to make a pass through easier. Crossing fingers on the last one.
I would only sign something like that if the dealer sold it a MSRP or less. Which is also unlikely to happen. For me to give up my right to sell there would have to be some benefit that I would gain. Even then I am not sure I would agree to this. I think this just might be a way to limit...
What is shows is that you have patience. The neck on that bottle is tiny. It must have taken you a while to transfer the Costco tequila into your Tesla bottle. I use mine as an infinity bottle. I pour the last once or so of a bottle into it and it still is a pain.
The front windshield has a definite curve in it now. The rear of the roof is longer now. It may overhang a portion of the bed. Or is the bed shorter now. The front end looks about the same to my eyes. Not shorter, not longer.
Not necessarily. Those "mirrors" may not be mirrors at all but cameras mounted on an extended mount for better trailer viewing angles. Far to low a resolution to tell much but still something new is great news. And no door handles ;)
Will Rivian have dealerships? I don't think that is the plan. Then they will run into some of the same problems Tesla does selling in TX. Hopefully they go ahead with the factory in TX and can join forces with Tesla in getting the dealer lobby rules changed.
Texas Delivery- Currently you buy online from Tesla in CA and take delivery in TX. It's a little bit of a hassle with some extra paperwork but all new auto sales from dealers have some of that too. When you register the car you pay the sales tax and get your plates. It's a separate process...
We don't know what he meant by rear wheel steering yet. Is it full active steering like the crab walking Hummer or just a passive system that only turns a couple of degrees either way (opposite direction of front at slow speeds and same as front at high speeds). I am betting on the latter. I...