I have to agree with the logical symmetry of this point of view.
Years in advance the Tesla Elders gathered. The Leader said "It's time."
"Time to plan out the haphazard things that look like they were added on at the last minute."
One acolyte spoke.
"How about ... a Housing?"
This is NOT a normal ditch rollover crash test.
This is a ditch rollover crash test in which the Cybertruck entered a ditch and the ditch proceeded to roll over and all the way around the Cybertruck.
The Cybertruck proceeded back to the highway and down the road.
Look, Bigfoot has done a pretty good job of hiding, and so have all those aliens with their UFOs.
But now with the Cybertrucks, well, you know both Bigfoot and ET would drive nothing else. So it's important we keep making videos of these odd vehicles.
I think something could be worked out with the bike on a roofrack. Set the bike's rear wheel free to spin and using a long v belt connect to the driver's side rear wheel extended v belt pulley.
There wouldn't be any problem riding that bike way up there, would there?
Time to remaster?
For those who do not know this archaic language it is called "CB Trucker Talk" and here is a beginner introduction.
Inquiring minds would like to know:
Will the size of Cybertruck Convoys be limited by available Superchargers?
I think what's really going on here is a whole lot of guys have an F150, and someone in Tesla figured these guys could slip an F150 wrapped Cybertruck into the garage, and nobody would figure it out.
If someone was a bit uncertain about it, the guy would just say "Yeah, I had it detailed. Looks...
Yes. The original prototype is on display at the Peterson Auto Museum in Los Angeles. And coupled with the other amazing stuff there, and the restaurant, I strongly suggest making an effort to visit it.