Pretty much. And the complaints come primarily from the tri-motor crowd as they expected 500mi range for towing. As Tesla moved to a smaller platform and weight class, putting 500mi battery in the truck became less appealing (for Tesla) since payload capacity, handling and performance would take...
actually, no, it's there
And I quote Top Gear: "The engineers have been telling me about adventures they've had in Baja, doing jumps, and the suspension is all set up for that... for soft landings and it can take all the punishment"
sober take from a non-reservation holder and non-investor:
It is an absolute fail as a work truck. The size reduction and all the extra tech, some of which are the antithesis of a work truck, as well as a massive price increase from the initial projection all made this a terrible work truck...
Plenty of speculations exist on the maximum kWh that can fit into the CT. Do those numbers still stand after the delivery event? What is the theoretical max range of the CT with a filled single stack battery not counting any chemistry improvement?
my understanding from the podcast is that it always rests vertically. But in a slow wipe setting, the wiper will stay at the bottom between the wipe intervals to stop the wiped rain from flowing back up the windshield.