CT - All the Important Sounds

Mythrainder

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1. The sterio/sound system must be top notch on all versions, BT, DAC, out ports, input, big amps and great speakers.

2. The insulation should be better then an F150.

3. All the doors should be guaranteed against rattle and hum.

4. What say you?
 

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1. The sterio/sound system must be top notch on all versions, BT, DAC, out ports, input, big amps and great speakers.

2. The insulation should be better then an F150.

3. All the doors should be guaranteed against rattle and hum.

4. What say you?
Totally agree.

I also would add attention body panel alignment accuracy. With the CT design, sharp convergence points like the front corners of the fenders/hood/fascia, and also the rear upper corners of the tailgate/bed will tend to show any misalignment very easily. Alignment of door pillar hinges as well as door latch catch bars, will also be critical because in the CT design, door alignment also factors into clean appearance and refined body lines. The prototype has a few minor flaws in this area if one looks closely enough, but for a prototype the overall workmanship looks potentially promising. I sometimes wonder if a small chamfer (like ½") at the four sharp corners of convergence might be helpful in hiding or assisting the appearance of panel alignment variances.

But, back to your point, the sound system should be a no brainer since they already have done well in the Model 3 and others. Sound deadening and insulation, and absolutely tight build with no rattles or buzzing is a must, especially since other than tire noise, there will be no other inherent engine or other noises to keep one from immediately noticing any rattles.
 
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