I have a MYP and I've been actively trying to pay it down as much as possible before the CT comes out.
I figure if I can either pay it off, or more likely, refinance it with a small enough payment I'll keep both.
So far I owe sub 30k on it.
Took out a personal loan to consolidate all other...
But if it looked like a wrinkled up soda can and still had all those things you listed, would you buy it?
Also, I wasn't saying 85% bought because of looks. I meant in 85% sure a good chunk (unknown percent) bought it for looks/clout
The DeLorean had a brushed look which would hide the tiny variations in the reflections.
I fully don't expect it to be a crazy obvious oil canning if it has it at all. Tiny changes to the look of the metal hide these minimal variations.
Paint on the humvee would hide those tiny variations...
I agree with most of this, I dont think its being vain to want your flat panels to be flat lol.
I'm 85% sure that a big chunk of the buyers of the cybertruck are coming for it's styling. It's meant to be different and stand out
It's meant to be a truck to sell in volume, not just a truck for...
I hope it doesn't happen lol but the reflections looked wonky in the vid. Don't those metal bed toolboxes usually have shapes that interrupt the flatness of the metal? Maybe to hide it?
Fingers crossed its not a thing but I can hear the FUDsters now, "Forget the Tesla panel gaps. Check out the...
Idk who mentioned oil canning in here (really dont wanna go look through 21 pages lol), but you got me researching stuff now and I'm officially paranoid.
if you arent the guy who said that, i pass the curse on to you.
Check it out.
If you need this to be more cybertruck related, here are some mental gymnastics.
More people who buy Y likely reduces the number of people ahead of you in queue because they will be...