The original design for the CT layout was a tri-motor, Elon said there might be a quad motor plaid edition once or twice, I think even on the JRE, but he says and tweets a lot of stuff.
The CT, added rear-wheel steering to make it easier to park.
I have heard, from more than...
I've read about that as well.
The fact of the matter is that most people just dont drive that far every day, and if they do, EVs arent for them.
Who knows, in 25 years, we may have anti-matter reactor powered gravity wave amplifier drives like Bob Lazar has been talking about for 35 years.
Yeah, I dont understand how people freak out about range. If you need to tow things long distances - diesel is the clear winner - and likely will be for a long time to come.
I've averaged 30 miles per day for 10 years with very little variance.
The Cybertruck could get 350 miles of range and...
That doesn't make any sense for either vehicle.
The Semi is intended for fixed-route trucking as opposed to over-the-road long hauls.
The cybertruck is a non-commercial vehicle, and the vast majority of people who buy it will drive less than 50 miles per day on average.
Why add the extra cost...
I grow weary of all the speculation.
It's not unlike the historical UFO crowd that always seemed to attract a lot of attention-seeking paranoid schizophrenics.
99% of all the Cybertruck videos are pure shit, and I wish there were a way to block a channel so they don't ever show up in my feed...
How would we know if they have crash-tested it yet?
If they have, how would they be invalid without the Giga press?
Does the design of the car in final production form pass the test, or is it the actual press used part of the metric, seems dumb if you test it based don't he assembly line and not...