What you said is all true. Also, a hamburger is just ground beef, on a bun, with some toppings. Sometimes it comes from McDonalds, and other times it comes from a steakhouse, and based on your assessment, there is absolutely no difference between them. It's all been done before.Only people that don’t watch and actually use trucks believe that.
Trucks have been similar cause its a form factor that works and im sure this statement will enrage people around here but whatever.
stainless steel skin is only truly unique thing about the CT and the doors being ‘exoskeletons’ and no door handles
before it, trucks have had:
4 wheel steering
Roll and lock bed covers
adjustable height Air suspension
I’m still buying (more than) one of them but if anything this wrap shows that the triangular nature or the truck is really the main difference. Someone that doesn’t obsess over stuff like people on this forum would see this truck with this wrap go by and likely not register it as being radically different
Not just painted like horse but shaped like front half of a horse.I wonder if people ever painted their Model T's to look like a horse.
This doesn't do a lot of favors period for the Cybertruck in my opinion. That's what makes it such a mysterious stunt...Doesn't this highlight the not-so-great angle/feel/view of the 2nd row by comparison?