- Jun 30, 2020
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- Ordered: Cybertruck Tri FSD x 3
actually, patentedTesla trademarked. Definitely not a typo.
@JBee - Oh, can't wait for your reply!EXO!
Good point. Unless Tesla approaches Cybertruck differently than the rest of their lineup, there won't be much optional equipment like you would see on a domestic pickup.The difference is likely just the weight difference between the default Two Motor version and what options/trim you choose.
So for example if you choose a Tri-Motor Performance version the difference in weight for the motors/wheels/options would be subtracted from the 2500 lb payload to get your new payload number.
So if the motors plus wheels add another 250 lbs it would be 2250, ect.
can’t say for the Rivian, but generally what you’re saying is true of any SAE-rated truckI bet these numbers are well within tolerance ranges. A truck that weighs ~7k Lbs will pull an 11k trailer very well. It won't be as white knuckle as someone driving a Rivian pulling the same trailer. I would bet this would pull anything under 15k just fine.