Cybertruck 11/8/23 specs and others including Silverado EV RST (future)

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Thread just as a quicker reference. Also included is the Frunk size table and brands by state map.
Update/add to the main one below.

Most initial data values from: cvalue13 on cybertruckownersclub . com (added future Silverado EV from Company source)
https://www.cybertruckownersclub.com/forum/threads/2024-cybertruck-official-specs-leaked-😱-udated-with-compare-analysis.9708/

For those curious, here is where the interior numbers fall for the Silverado EV RTS.
[same as prev post but wanted them combined]
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For those curious, here is where the Exterior numbers fall for the Silverado EV RTS.

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Silverado EV RST spec details directly from Chevrolet media:
https://media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/silverado-ev/2024.tab1.html

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Thanks for this!!

Silverado EV is my second choice after Cybertruck. Let's see what happens!!
 

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Would love to shop the GMC Sierra AT4 trim EV. Just sucks they won't make them until 2030+ 😩
 
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I don't think there's any reason to believe these numbers for trucks that haven't been released to the general public.

-Crissa
IMO it is way more believable coming from an official companies media page with a detailed breakdown than the nonsensical methods from other companies. If they have it down to fractional inches then it has been thoroughly designed / laid out.

Silverado EV RST spec details directly from Chevrolet media:
https://media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/silverado-ev/2024.tab1.html
 


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That's the baller $110k one. The AT4 is gonna be more of a midspec, "released later" and with them pushing the initial production back to late 2025 I'm not too confident about the lower trims

https://insideevs.com/news/617823/gmc-shows-50000usd-sierra-ev-elevation-rugged-at4-grades/

Supposed to be 2025 but no idea now
Thanks for the link and for clarifying that. I was not familiar with it and likely saw it but forgot (article 10-21-2022).
Aside: I didn't really know the history of GMC and YT feed me this a while ago. Very interesting!
 

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Thanks for the link and for clarifying that. I was not familiar with it and likely saw it but forgot (article 10-21-2022).
Aside: I didn't really know the history of GMC and YT feed me this a while ago. Very interesting!
Before the EV trucks coming on the scene my dream truck was the Denali with the 6.2. Just gonna win that next Powerball to buy the EV Denali 😂
 

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Yes, but which model is that? Is it the WT they've been so tantalizingly teasing us with? Or the semi-functional trade show model that had a different frame? -Crissa
It appears you didn't follow the link. Put in more effort if you are going to be so contradictory all the time.
The source tables show when there is a difference and gives two numbers. My table explicitly shows RST distinguishing which numbers I used.
 
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Thread just as a quicker reference. Also included is the Frunk size table and brands by state map.
Update/add to the main one below.

Most initial data values from: cvalue13 on cybertruckownersclub . com (added future Silverado EV from Company source)
https://www.cybertruckownersclub.com/forum/threads/2024-cybertruck-official-specs-leaked-😱-udated-with-compare-analysis.9708/

For those curious, here is where the interior numbers fall for the Silverado EV RTS.
[same as prev post but wanted them combined]
n6sJiAf.jpg


For those curious, here is where the Exterior numbers fall for the Silverado EV RTS.

ZSvKsdY.jpg


Silverado EV RST spec details directly from Chevrolet media:
https://media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/silverado-ev/2024.tab1.html

fzZt0W8.jpg


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Model Y isn't particularly large. Sure, it is very efficiently designed and maximizes its interior space which is why it's selling so well.

Still, I can't quite understand how the Cybertruck will have less leg-room than the Model Y. It just doesn't make any sense to me. It seems like these Cybertruck #s are best guesses.

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Model Y isn't particularly large. Sure, it is very efficiently designed and maximizes its interior space which is why it's selling so well.

Still, I can't quite understand how the Cybertruck will have less leg-room than the Model Y. It just doesn't make any sense to me. It seems like these Cybertruck #s are best guesses.

:confused:
"Legroom" measurements don't tell you how much "leg room" you really have. What that means is, the amount of room needed for your legs differs based on how you are seated. Some of the "high density" airlines are trying for "standing seats". As you raise the butt height off the floor, you need less leg room to be comfortable. So your perceived comfort can only be measured with two seats that are in the same configuration. Also, an inch or two of pillowy softness in the back of the seat will take away from the legroom measurement, but when you sit and compress the seat back, you gain those inches back.

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It appears you didn't follow the link. Put in more effort if you are going to be so contradictory all the time.
The source tables show when there is a difference and gives two numbers. My table explicitly shows RST distinguishing which numbers I used.
I ask because the site didn't load.

And even loading it I'm still not sure, they did give numbers, but they listed two trucks but not always the numbers of both.

I generally prefer when someone actually checks the published numbers against rear world examples.

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