I meant more for dirt and less for trailing and mudding. We have issues already with the trails that are already difficult with beefy 4x4 quads. My point was this isn't really a heavy offroader, it's more for light offroading and the streets.
I haven't really seen a video of people struggling with the yoke a week or two after they've gotten their S so I can't say I would hate it. Off-roading would be the least of my concerns with a yoke anyways, it's more city driving and people seem to be getting a hang of that quite well.
Based on how it looks it will be a lot less capable than most quads out there sadly. It's going to be fast but won't be good for 4x4 if it even has that capability. It's more sporty than offroad. Won't be good for trailing but good for motorcross.
There would be no reason to add different trims just offer optional tires like they already do. But for other possible options there is the CT Quad, a trailer which hasn't been confirmed yet and the camping option which has been confirmed.
The CT might not have a 12v battery. Tesla is (or was) hoping to introduce their flex circuit to the Model Y in Berlin. This circuit brings down around 90% of the wiring and has no need for a 12v system.