At this point, we need a list of all the broken promises! 😉

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In what demo did you see a drivers display?

Only time I saw it was. A leak of something not meant for the public
Looks like I was the victim of auto-suggestion
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B-b-but, Elon said it was going to have everything ever thought of!!
 

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Wow that’s sad! 🙁
thanks for sharing, and amplifying
Not trying to bomb the sad on everyone just like, protect your rascals. Not saying people aren’t but you seriously never ever know. Probs a freak accident, but alas; losing a best friend like that is utterly horrific. All love.

Back to the regular programming 🩶
 


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Elon put forward the notion they would/could be removed after purchase.
Still a possible outcome___l love the design and overall look of them so they'll be staying, unless otherwise (?)
Yeah, I get. I just hate the idea of taking a crowbar to them mirrors. I do think they're kinda cool, but prefer the high-tech no-mirror look.
 

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Here's the generalized use case for a ramp: You have to load items into the bed. The items have the following characteristics: Too heavy to lift into the bed, but light enough to be rolled up a ramp into the bed.

Here is my specific use case that occurs about twice a week: Load and unload 900 pounds of musical equipment (keyboards and amplifiers and associated materials in storage cases) into the truck with no assistance for other people.

I DO see a lot of utility in the ramp. So...

If the CT doesn't have a ramp, I'll add one.
Electric Wheelchair after you help the owner into the front seat!!
 

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Some things are implied by presentation: I was really hoping for a stainless steel bed. That was cool as fuck.
It would definitely look cool AF when when new.

But once it begins hauling some dirt, concrete blocks, metal scaffolding frame bucks, steel pipe or etc., then scratches would certainly show. There is also the glare from the sun, reactions from dissimilar metal items laying for long periods in the vault in conditions of humidity or moisture, and then increased noise from hauled items rattling on the stainless steel surface, where the black liner type surface would be less noisy and not susceptible to the aforementioned issues above.

- ÆCIII
 


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WHY??? Just go buy a Toyota instead. Foolishness.
This is my parody thread, for the catharsis :) of course, like everyone here, can't wait for my CT.
As far as Toyota goes, that's been my go-to since '92 (Tacoma's and land cruisers)... unfortunately they recently jumped the shark 🦈.
 

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It would definitely look cool AF when when new.

But once it begins hauling some dirt, concrete blocks, metal scaffolding frame bucks, steel pipe or etc., then scratches would certainly show. There is also the glare from the sun, reactions from dissimilar metal items laying for long periods in the vault in conditions of humidity or moisture, and then increased noise from hauled items rattling on the stainless steel surface, where the black liner type surface would be less noisy and not susceptible to the aforementioned issues above.

- ÆCIII
I still think it would look legendary next to a piece-o-shit, old rusted, paint-scratched and dented F150 bed I've got in me driveway.
 

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I promised myself a midgate… where is it Tesla?
The beauty of you making the promise is that Chevy can help you keep it.
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