The start of the clip does a good job showing how much smaller the production model is compared to f150. Even with it being in the foreground, noticeably shorter and smaller overall compared to the original prototype.
Yes, beneficial for potential buyers to know, but that doesn’t benefit Tesla or their shareholders. I’d love to know basic details as well, but if Tesla comes out with, say range estimates, a lot of people will cancel their reservations, and Tesla knows this. Another reason they don’t want leaks.
Wouldn’t they use summon feature? Otherwise, just climb out the window and walk along the trailer’s fender wells. You can also winch it in. Most people with transport trailers throw in a floor mounted winch up front.
I think ford started theirs around 2017, but not certain. They’re the only brand I know that uses a 3”. Everyone else uses 2.5” as the largest (I have a Ram 4500 as well) I think you are right about CT being a 2.5 too.