Base Model CT.. what do you think will be included?

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Given little to no difference in looks from a base to cyberbeast I was just curious other than range and motor will there be any other significant differences in looks? Smaller tires/wheels? Different sound system? Suspension?

Personally I don’t see the point in a single motor cybertruck.
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Well, for the vast majority of 'carry something to worksite' you only need the one motor. Most trucks never go anywhere you need all wheel drive. And a single powered axle on an electric has far more control than in an ICE power, just by its nature.

Tesla has put in a worse sound system before, but... they've moved away from having two part skus when they don't have to.

I'd say look at the specs on the website. That's where the differences will be.

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Definitely only one of these things.
 

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Given little to no difference in looks from a base to cyberbeast I was just curious other than range and motor will there be any other significant differences in looks? Smaller tires/wheels? Different sound system? Suspension?

Personally I don’t see the point in a single motor cybertruck.
It will probably take the same place as the base model 3 and Y. Basically the same vehicle - just less on the underside. to hit the lower price point. This would also be to keep the production costs down by keeping the majority of the assembly line the same as the AWD and CB. That isn't to say they won't make any other changes, but this is in line with what Tesla does with other models.

- Single Motor (obvious)
- Perhaps a smaller battery (big cost savings - they did give us a lower range)
- If anything else is different, it would be the wheels/tires
 


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The biggest thing will be battery/range that is where the true price savings will be felt
 

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Given little to no difference in looks from a base to cyberbeast I was just curious other than range and motor will there be any other significant differences in looks? Smaller tires/wheels? Different sound system? Suspension?

Personally I don’t see the point in a single motor cybertruck.
I'm betting on smaller battery and down-sized sound system. and of course RWD.

That's basically what Tesla does for it's other models.
 

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a 2027 calendar, on the screen of course, with monthly pic updates of Elon Musk. Because that's when the single motors will really become available.
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