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  1. Cybertrucks Will Have Larger Parking Spots at Tesla Superchargers

    The smaller parking spaces marked with the large "C" are for Cummins Pickups correct?
  2. Ford VP Disses Cybertruck, Calling Electric F-150 a "Real" Work Truck

    You make a good point. Many of us have held off our purchases of replacement pickups already for a year and now another year or two before the CT arrives. This must be on the radar somewhere.
  3. Cybertruck News From Battery Day: A/C Controls in Bed Possible and 200k-300k Annual Production Estimate

    If the CT incorporates everything said on "Battery Day" given the 18 months to 3 years to arrive at fruition: I still have one simple question ..... What's the new "Range" estimate?
  4. New Battery Range & Pack Architecture [Announced at Battery Day]

    I drive 1,000 miles with a diesel one way, no refills. If the CT will recharge quickly for the pee stops, it all makes since. Another drive is pulling Idaho mountains with either a 10,000 or 14,000 pound trailer - no charging stations, 100 miles each way, same day, cold steep mountain roads...
  5. Ford VP Disses Cybertruck, Calling Electric F-150 a "Real" Work Truck

    Boat Launching could be an interesting endeavor......
  6. Ford VP Disses Cybertruck, Calling Electric F-150 a "Real" Work Truck

    Boy, that's a Fish Killer, what a shock!
  7. Ford VP Disses Cybertruck, Calling Electric F-150 a "Real" Work Truck

    DMV-81.....That was perfect! Thanks
  8. Ford VP Disses Cybertruck, Calling Electric F-150 a "Real" Work Truck

    Cybertruck has the capability, the price, the ability to rapidly adapt to market demands. Unmatched is it’s autonomous capability. The Competition may be able to, “Buy In” to this. Yet, otherwise Tesla’s advantage on “autonomous“ will catapult them to the top in sales to the Consumer, the...
  9. Ford VP Disses Cybertruck, Calling Electric F-150 a "Real" Work Truck

    1.) What's the Range? 2.) What are the Load and Towing Capacities? 3.) How does it handle Harsh Weather Extremes? 4.) What is the Durability when real world use is endured? (Denting, Repair, many years of Ownership, etc? We are entering a whole new world of Pickups. Old Namesakes will need to...
  10. Exciting Battery Day topics coming to light

    Well stated CyberMoose: A combination of 1.) Lighter, more compact, less expensive vehicles can had along with 2.) Much longer range in other vehicles, load carrying, towing work vehicles is what is needed. Once the industry reaches 1,000 mile range capability (as needed) and beyond the ICE...
  11. Cybertruck with a twist of Ford

    Let's hope all current and future manufacturers remember that two trucks will be needed. 1.) The current CyberTruck and Atlis type vehicle that can tow at least 14,000#gvw and has long range capability, this is needed to convert the work truck individuals and fleets from ice to electric. 2.)...
  12. Cybertruck with a twist of Ford

    BySimon Alvarez Posted on August 22, 2020 The Tesla Cybertruck’s design may be controversial due to its unapologetically futuristic Cyberpunk elements, but even after its eventful unveiling, speculations were abounding among the EV community that the radical pickup truck may end up being the...
  13. Cybertruck with a twist of Ford

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  14. Rumor: 1st Tesla Cybertruck Owners Will Be Tesla Employees

    Let's hope only the "Hooligan Employeees" are selected first to receive and to drive the CT hard. That way the first "Bugs" will be quickly exposed and corrected before we get ours.
  15. Lucid Air EV Has a Projected 517 Miles of Range, and We Saw 458 Miles on a Real-World Ride-Along

    Well a diesel pickup with spare tank can go 1,000 miles easily. So a Cybertruck at 1,000 would match that.
  16. Lucid Air EV Has a Projected 517 Miles of Range, and We Saw 458 Miles on a Real-World Ride-Along

    As for the working car/truck and the traveller, we really would like to have only one vehicle. The sooner range increases to 1000 miles/charge, the sooner electrification will happen.
  17. full steering wheel?

    A 'Joystick" would make driving so much easier: Forward/Reverse with speed and braking and then simply left/right. Have it easily moveable to use either with left or right hand as conditions or long distance relief may suggest.
  18. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    8' Foot beds are perfect for hands on working people. I'll miss it. Yet if indeed the bulkhead/window combo can be opened to allow longer lengths, that will be very welcomed.
  19. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    5-1/2's are worthless, if we wanted a "Weeny" truck, we'd buy a rivian.
  20. 5 inch clearance

    It's a great method!
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