Jason Cammisa said the Lucid does it, they do regen braking on the inside wheels during sharp turns. Apparently it's better than any Tesla handling so it'd be cool to see it for the first time in a cybertruck. I assume it's mechanical otherwise they could have sent it out via a software update
So we've heard:
The turning radius is a foot less than the model S
The back wheel turn is limited to three degrees during the delivery update, but it's physically capable of 10 degrees
The question I have for the math guys is what will the full turning radius be, assuming full 10 degree back...
I'll pay the $80k for the dual motor to get it sooner, even knowing the price will most likely come down in a couple years. I'm not happy about the price increase, but I've been saving up for four years now and my old rusty clunker is costing more and more to maintain.
Plus, the thing is...
After the mandatory signup at the door, they texted me trying to get me to buy a different Tesla (Cybertruck might just be a bait and switch mechanism??). I have texted 2-3 times asking if we can test drive the cybertruck, still no luck.
Telsa is creating the problem then selling the solution. I believe they're referring to a practice like Apple laptops switching to USB-C ports only, then selling all the dongles required for people's accessories to work with their new computer.
Some accessories had that stipulation, but the window decal didn't when I checked. For some reason the L-track beer bottle opener did though??
Either way, their website couldn't handle logging in or buying the decal
He saw MDR's undies post on X
Some fallout of his F U to advertisers interview
Any bad news about his family/kids
Any good news about his dad
He got nervous and retreated into the future in his head and his latest simulation was bleak
He lost/had to end a game of polytopia early