You are literally circling the piece of truck which is not visible due to camera angle. The angled portion of the truck is still there.
Front is shorter, but doesn’t end at the wheel well as this photo suggests.
Frunk is likely smaller than some imagined it. It’s a truck… bed size is king...
My Impression is Austin Ys will continue to be supplied by Fremont while the first run Cybercells go to the Cybertruck. Fremont is still expanding and presumably still using the older chemistry.
That way Model Y line is consistent and the Cybertruck line is consistent.
Based on Teslas cell production update looks like they will have cell capacity for 7500-10,000 trucks by end of the year if you assume the 350 miles truck is indeed first. With a longer range truck those numbers get trimmed way back. Likely 5,000-6,000.
I’ve been hearing rumblings around this 100 kWh/ 350 mile pack size. If they can pull that off it would be a huge win. Given the current predictions for Q4 cell production, that would be around 10,000 trucks for the 4th quarter and quite a few more for the 1st quarter 2024.
The 500 mile range...
On the earnings call Tesla mentioned the new 4680 “CyberCell” will have 10% higher energy density.
I need to listen to the whole thing, but they called it the CyberCell. Seems like a not so subtle hint.
Now Musk is chiming in poking holes in on Lightning pricing. The whole “Cybertruck will be priced based on obscenely high Lightning pricing” theory is falling apart entirely.
PS: Musk said this AFTER the 17% price drop.