Another blurry Cybertruck photo

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Someone else on Twitter (Slightly Shy Cybertruck) pointed out that the pumpkin is actually sitting in the bed of the CT.

Look closely and you can see that the lines in the bed aren't inset T-track (as some have hoped, for good reason) but instead look like plastic? risers that will help the payload from sliding around.
 
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Someone else on Twitter (Slightly Shy Cybertruck) pointed out that the pumpkin is actually sitting in the bed of the CT.

Look closely and you can see that the lines in the bed aren't inset T-track (as some have hoped, for good reason) but instead look like plastic? risers that will help the payload from sliding around.
Well damn can’t believe I missed that. It’s like an inverse easter egg.
 


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Look closely and you can see that the lines in the bed aren't inset T-track (as some have hoped, for good reason) but instead look like plastic? risers that will help the payload from sliding around.
That's because even if it were T-track, they would have plastic in the slots.

So we won't know until it ships.

-Crissa
 

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Someone else on Twitter (Slightly Shy Cybertruck) pointed out that the pumpkin is actually sitting in the bed of the CT.

Look closely and you can see that the lines in the bed aren't inset T-track (as some have hoped, for good reason) but instead look like plastic? risers that will help the payload from sliding around.
If it was to have T-slots, they would have plastic inserts to prevent debris getting in. Similar but much stronger/robust than the insets 80/20 aluminum channel does.
 

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That's because even if it were T-track, they would have plastic in the slots.

So we won't know until it ships.

-Crissa
Point taken! :)

I hope that's the case.
 
 




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