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I keep finding that the bed width is 6.5 feet.

What is the BED WIDTH?

Anyone know?
 

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I was curious too. Using the overhead image I measured the ratios and calculated 68”. Not an official figure.
 

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I read in a online article it was 57”. It could have been the motortrend article. But not 100% sure.
 

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Side note I hope they keep the slotted bed and L-track in production truck.
 
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Thank you that's what I was looking for, 57 is wider than 48 inches. That's all I needed to know... plywood.

Now I just need a lumber/ladder rack to haul 16 foot lumber!
 

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Thank you that's what I was looking for, 57 is wider than 48 inches. That's all I needed to know... plywood.

Now I just need a lumber/ladder rack to haul 16 foot lumber!
If they keep the T Slots in the bed you will be able to do all sorts of fun stuff.
 

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I orginally ordered dual motor. When it comes time to complete the order can I just change my order to tri motor to keep my spot in placing order?
 

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You can change it later, or now. Place in line will not be affected either way. I just switched to tri. Same RN#.
Thanks. I am curious what the primary reason for others getting tri motor ? I think 0-60 in 2.9 in amazing but I would rather have Range!! I would rather have 0 to 60 in 10 seconds with 700 miles of range😃. Contemplating changing to tri motor based on range alone. Dual motor with 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds is plenty fast.
 

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Thanks. I am curious what the primary reason for others getting tri motor ? I think 0-60 in 2.9 in amazing but I would rather have Range!! I would rather have 0 to 60 in 10 seconds with 700 miles of range😃. Contemplating changing to tri motor based on range alone. Dual motor with 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds is plenty fast.
I did it almost completely for range. Doesn't make economic sense, $20,000 for 200 miles. Did it anyway. May change my mind later.

Will definitely go back to dual if they offer a long range version of 500+ miles.
 

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I also switched to Tri due mainly to the range but also for the extra battery juice. In the summers I’ll go to my remote fish camp waterfront property in Southeast Alaska. The electrical outlets will be awesome for running tools to build cabins, install solar, etc. in wilderness settings. I’ll add the solar panels and camper options and pull a boat.
*Hoping for a Cyberboat in the future too!
 
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Dimensions
Cybertruck
  • Length: 231.7 inches
  • Height: 75.0 inches
  • Width: 79.8 inches
  • Bed length: 78 inches (assuming a full 6.5 feet of length)

F-150 ( 2020 SuperCrew F-150 with a 6.5-foot bed unless otherwise noted):
  • Length: 243.7 inches
  • Height: 75.6 inches (4x2), 77.2 (4x4)
  • Width: 79.9 inches (excluding side mirrors, which the Cybertruck prototype did not have); 96.8 inches (with standard side mirrors)
  • Bed length: 78.9 inches

Power and Performance
Cybertruck
  • Horsepower: unknown
  • Torque: unknown
  • Range: 250+ miles (single motor), 300+ miles (dual motor), 500+ miles (tri-motor)
  • 0-60 mph: 6.5 seconds (single), 4.5 seconds (dual), 2.9 seconds (tri)
  • Quarter-mile: 10.8 seconds (tri-motor, presumably)
F-150
  • Horsepower: 290-450 horsepower depending on gasoline engine, 250 hp (diesel)
  • Torque: 265-510 pounds feet depending on gasoline engine, 440 pounds-feet (diesel)
  • Range: 26-gallon fuel tank standard, 36-gallon tank optional; EPA combined fuel economy from 25 mpg (diesel) to 17 mpg (5.0-liter V-8).
  • 0-60 mph: As-tested 5.7 seconds (Raptor SuperCab with 450-hp 3.5-L twin-turbo V-6)
  • Quarter-mile: As-tested 14.2 seconds (Raptor SuperCab with 450-hp 3.5-L twin-turbo V-6)

Towing and Payload
Cybertruck
  • Payload: 3,500 pounds
  • Towing: 7,500 pounds (single motor); 10,000 pounds (dual motor); 14,000 pounds (tri-motor)
F-150
  • Payload: 1,820-2,890 pounds depending on configuration
  • Towing: 7,600-13,200 pounds depending on configuration

Off-Roading
Cybertruck
  • Ground clearance: Up to 16 inches
  • Approach angle: 35 degrees
  • Departure angle: 28 degrees
F-150
  • Ground clearance: 8.4 inches (4x2), 9.3 inches (4x4), 11.5 inches (Raptor)
  • Approach angle: 23.8 degrees (4x2), 25.5 degrees (4x4), 30.2 degrees (Raptor)
  • Departure angle: 24.5 degrees (4x2), 26.4 degrees (4x4), 23.1 degrees (Raptor)


Pricing
Cybertruck
  • Single motor: $39,900
  • Dual motor: $49,900
  • Tri-motor: $69,900
F-150
  • XL: $37,935
  • XLT: $42,670
  • Lariat: $46,755
  • King Ranch: $54,635
  • Platinum: $57,165
 

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