... OR you buy a $7.99 ELM327 OBDII reader on Amazon and read/clear the code yourself. I've "fixed" several "Your gas cap is loose" codes for friends. I just keep it in my truck. It connects wirelessly to my phone and I use the free "Torque" app.
You won't be able to see the hood at all nor will the interior ever reflect on a closed hood... they lie in the same plane. You'd have to stick your head through the windshield to see the closed hood and THAT would be a very bad day.
I'm much more simple. I would like a roll-down rear window because in my experience driving truck shaped trucks, opening the rear window helps limit buffeting and helps direct wind so it's not all in your face. That may not be the case in the Cybertruck but having the option to shape wind...
You know those bikes that you've seen people riding to power their TVs? I'm ordering two of those but in treadmill form to run my house. My plan is to back my CT onto them and put it in reverse. That should let me spin the treadmills at a steady 15mph to keep things up and running.
Wait... Even Ford's smallest truck, the Maverick, has more than a 4' wide bed. What trucks don't?
EDIT: The Maverick is only 4' wide for plywood above the wheel wells but they use a dual-position Tailgate to limit the difficulty of carrying sheets of plywood.
That'd be interesting. I wonder how much of that is determined by parkinglot aisle and spot-width measurements. I can assure you that EVERY single truck parked in the row I park in at work here is backed in. Every single one. Now, to be fair, as I walk to the building, I pass a single truck...
No, I'm not trolling. I didn't see the difference. I thought being adaptive, it would move faster.
I went back and watched the video. I suppose it did drop a noticeable amount. I was just thinking it would be more, a bit quicker, and less noisy.
I wonder why Tesla doesn't simply angle the charge ports toward the rear of the vehicles. The placement could remain the same. It would fless the cables a little less than requiring the 90 degree turn they do now.
Most of the truck owners I know always, always, always back into spots. This is especially true when there isn't much of an aisle. A 22' long truck can't even start turning until it's completely out of the spot if you are backing out. If you are pulling forward, you can start...
it might shut them down for a little while but they'd run out of funds in less than 90 days and people start getting antsy to return to work once they have to go a few pay periods without checks. OR, the individual companies cave to demand (or go under) and start producing.