I wish they would forget about trying to control what customers can do after they have bought it -- get rid of the resell agreement.
Yet I also want them to not let too many scalpers in the line. My preferred solution would be to limit multiple trucks to the same person or account.
Personally -- I hope they have a simple steel rim. Repairable. Cheap to replace if needed.
I really don't care what the wheel looks like.
My interests resolve around the diameter and width of the tire (dirt road capable), durability, cost to repair/replace -- maybe a nod to aero...
Actually -- a Cybertruck and an Aptera is what I have on order.
I'm about #8,000 in line for the cybertruck, and about #12,000 in line for the aptera.
I will be happy to replace the 25 year old GMC truck that I'm constantly repairing, and also replace my Leaf that currently has over 100,000 miles.
The tesla supercharger map has a supercharger location listed on the Kenai penninsula. It is supposed to open in Quarter 3 of 2021. A single super charger in the entire state seems a bit odd to me. I hope that this is just the first one, and that by the time I get my cybertruck, there are...
1. The "NO carpet" option. Rubberized surface floors for easy cleaning.
2. Starlink (SpaceX internet service) antenna integrated.
3. Towing package with integrated brake controller and backup camera for trailer.