Chevy uses threaded rivets that crush against sheet metal rather than screwing-in fasteners. see belowI'm sorry, rr, I can't follow what you're saying.
I have designed exactly what you have described but it seems that CTOC forums have grown so large that there are now too many places to post content. I had tried humor to differentiate my submissions but, my thread in Camping & Overlanding / Teslabots on VacationSeems like a pop up camper attachment stored inside the vault makes the most sense. Then, aerodynamics would not be altered during drive, as well as more space in the actual camping attachment for the camping experience.
Go to grabcad.com which is where I obtained my model (Grabcad: tesla-cybertruck-1.snapshot.4) from and used for a couple of designs in https://www.cybertruckownersclub.com/forum/threads/teslabots-on-vacation.4401/Any1 happen to have a precise cad model of the CT?
You're going to have a huge loss of range with that weird flat nose.Been tinkering around with this rough sketch concept. High back so that the truck can back all the way into a supercharger spot unimpeded, or can have a bike &/or spare tire mounted to the hitch. Should be pretty roomy inside. I'm imagining a kitchen in the back overhang area, access through passenger back side, sleeping double or queen above cab, room for bathroom and seating in the middle. It's a work in progress...
Of course, that's why i'm 3d modelling it now. Trying to come up with something aerodynamic. Currently runnin this through a virtual wind tunnel software, will take those results and tweek until loss of range vs interior space is balanced out. I'm thinking if I buy a 500 km range truck, and I can get it 300 to 350 km with the camper, that'll do.You're going to have a huge loss of range with that weird flat nose.
The Lightening payload capacity is 2000lbs vs 3500 for the cybertruck, so I suspect a more appointed cybertruck specific model will eventually become available. So yeah, somebody will probably make one, but until they they do, and pricing is released, this is a fun exersise that may turn out to be worth it.Why not a typical Lance truck camper simply redesigned to accept the sloping bed of the Cybertruck?
Lance is coming up with a 650 to be able to be carried by F150 Lightning.
Don't get me wrong, I am enjoying these exercises..The Lightening payload capacity is 2000lbs vs 3500 for the cybertruck, so I suspect a more appointed cybertruck specific model will eventually become available. So yeah, somebody will probably make one, but until they they do, and pricing is released, this is a fun exersise that may turn out to be worth it.