Cybertruck Interior: Tough or Fancy?

Cybertruck Interior: Tough or Luxe?


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Who’s going to use and abuse their Cybertruck with wet dogs and muddy boots — and who’s going caviar tasting in Cybertruck on their way to the opera?

 
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Surprisingly, I Had to think about it a bit.
Not fancy in a 70k$ vehicle seems weird.
ALSO Fancy in any CT seems... just wrong.

take my
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New class: TOUGH! Pay for toughest, longest lasting, best built vehicle ever.

Traditional vehicle designs compromise quality/longevity for hitting a price-point. Unfortunately, higher price points have just meant interior luxe and trim, not any true engineering improvements or increased longevity.
 

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I want both tough and plush. I want to work out of it and when I have to go to a funeral/ wedding/ booty call I want to be able to blow it out with the leaf blower, put in some carpet mats so my white high heeled sneakers stay purty and drive through the car wash. I do not want to vacuum a vehicle ever. Vacuuming is the worst. And I don't want to cover cloth seats. I want to put in cloth covers when I want plush. That way I can wash em in the machine and I don't have to vacuum the pleather.
 


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Surprisingly, I Had to think about it a bit.
Not fancy in a 70k$ vehicle seems weird.
ALSO Fancy in any CT seems... just wrong.

take my
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Solid point! ? But could tough be the new fancy?
 
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I want both tough and plush. I want to work out of it and when I have to go to a funeral/ wedding/ booty call I want to be able to blow it out with the leaf blower, put in some carpet mats so my white high heeled sneakers stay purty and drive through the car wash. I do not want to vacuum a vehicle ever. Vacuuming is the worst. And I don't want to cover cloth seats. I want to put in cloth covers when I want plush. That way I can wash em in the machine and I don't have to vacuum the pleather.
Dude.. sounds like you could use a Ford or Dodge Diesel with mixed matched tires lotta rust and at least 200k and you can just power wash the interior and dangle one of them little pine trees from the rear view mirror. Good luck with DAT...
 


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Cybertruck is the first vehicle that offers an opportunity to apply software, engineering, design and gearhead hardknocks to a new automobile. Waiting is a luxury of time to sort what’s critical, essential and style points in a world for a cyber EV. Right this moment -

External: Rr wheelarch openings look car-smallish. 40” resize.

Interior: Might just be missing an analog clock.

Accessories: Shadow box-in the quarter sailplane. Basically, follow and complete the glazing triangle.

That’s it! Well $1400USD re-arch wheel wells. Interior $XXX USD clock. Accessories: $450 USD Software: $200USD.
 

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I voted luxury. Luxury probably isn't the word for what I want, but I want comfort and features. I test drove the 2019 Ram when I was looking to trade in my Avalanche and the Ram was the nicest truck interior I've ever sat in.
 

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Yeah, I'm gonna sleep in it. It better be comfortable.
 

 
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