Thanks for the image clean-up. I can now see that there is a pass through behind the rear seat available. Can't wait for Monroe or someone else crazy enough to do a tear-down so we can find out what it will take to remove that wall when we install an aluminum bed-cap.
Attainable to mechanical action (triggered response at the wheel) or attainable at the compute level.... Drastically different time sets.
I believe it's better to query the writer of the original article to clarify their point, regarding what is or was an actionable response and where or at...
It's real. I saw it yesterday in Mountain View also.
Gave me hope regarding my at home wrap kit idea. Camo will hide any mistakes I make and the flat surfaces will definitely work to my advantage.
I was left with some curiosity though... The bed cover was left open and I couldn't see the wrap...
I was thinking the same. since 5 ms = 0.005 seconds.
A 0.005 is near-to an electronic switch (I/O) response only,
There is no such thing as a mechanical switch what-so-ever with that low a ratio response.
A 0.05 = (or) 1/20th of 1 second, sounds excellent, even for steer by wire.
I strongly prefer this dash cluster setup as well as the arm rest cushion rather than the naked slide door over the center storage.
Perhaps Tsportsline integrated dash, Hansshow or Carda (something similar to the cockpit display) but angled off to fit the broad aesthetics of the CT.
Speaking honestly, I looked at a new Toyota Tundra this weekend for $47750. I would compare that to the CT single motor. No frills, no FSD and of course not on the table. There-for, considering the only option is the dual motor (non-FSD) I would bump up no more than $10k with no exceptions. My...
I would want to add a few items:
Fold up solar panel under the vault cover.
Retractable wind turbine to used when parked.
Full length top of windshield light bar.
Front end rock slider.
Aerodynamic wheel covers even if they are ugly.
Additional front passenger infotainment screen.