Cybertruck-Making it uniquely yours.

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Not using mine for a business but thinking I might put a wrap on the doors. Even with using FSD, I'd like to know which CT is mine in a parking lot filled with them in the future!
I hadn't thought of that, maybe the HazMat vinyl indicators would prove useful after all.





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Just to clarify, that is the FSD hardware and not the Dojo Supercomputer. If I'm wrong, do you have a link?
My bad. As they say “Software comes and goes but hardware is forever”. The point was sticking an image of the driver of a driverless truck on the body. I probably should not have used the name Dojo but I didn’t have a name for the hardware and zeros and ones are not as specific to Tesla to plaster over your CT. However point well taken.
 

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A wrap that was shiny like the hardware traces would be cool...

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I thought a Tron-inspired wrap with that glow wire placed underneath would be kind of cool... If I was taking my CT to shows and such.
 

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I think I could appreciate the customization of a good wrap, however, I'm going for the maximum amount of cybertruck I can afford, which not leave room for another 8 - 10K for the wrap. I just hope that stainless makes a nice presentation.
 

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Gonna camo mine with just camo black and camo green.
 

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I'll put my normal KTM sticker on it (worth 10hp/10ft lbs), maybe a racing stripe or something to differentiate it, maybe rims / tires depending upon what comes available at purchase, tint windows to legal level, oem sunscreens for the roof (like I have on my m3p), consider storage options from aftermarket (pistol vault, floor storage in front of middle seat, underseat, frunk divider, sail related, something for the bed - hopefully using Tslots - my m3p can fling stuff with velocity if not held appropriately so imagine CT will do same; every Tslot and Ltrack gadget I can find; hopefully they fix cupholders so nothing needed; radar detector; mount for my off-road Garmin GPS (too maps/trails/camping spots/national parks); OEM camping option hopefully; def any performance or off-road oem option; some sort of mount for a spare tire for when camping/offroad....use the ample storage to actually cary everything from jumper cables to tow rope to tools for motos, to compressor hose and extension cords, etc - sure there's more, need the damn truck first and then I'll OCD all over and get her setup! Cant Wait!!!!!
 

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Maybe a “HEMI”, “Supercharged”, or “Turbo Diesel” badge just to screw with people.
 

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Maybe a “HEMI”, “Supercharged”, or “Turbo Diesel” badge just to screw with people......... come to think of it Supercharged might be highly appropriate
 

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Maybe a “HEMI”, “Supercharged”, or “Turbo Diesel” badge just to screw with people......... come to think of it Supercharged might be highly appropriate
I saw a box truck the other day with a bumper sticker that read "I identify as a Tesla" on the back.
 

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I am thinking about laser etching something on my Cybertruck, and a duplicate tattoo on my body. Good enough for a Memento sequel?
 
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I would do a wrap if it added function like keeping the heat down. That SS is going to be hot.
 

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Cybertruck-Making it uniquely yours
definitely a business opportunity.

Interior focus is a most affordable place to optimize. ( sub-$12k) Accessorize sure but uniquely? That is a creative call to action. Creatives will add themes like retro against iconic and tweak a knob where Tesla design imposes digital conformity.

Exterior components ($20k-$350k) are transformative. Pre-runner, Trophy Truck, camper, hauler and purpose-builds to spec. Excepting bolt-on accessories unique exteriors are going for exposure, audience, advertising or identity campaigns to differentiate. Wraps (sub $4k) suffice for the RedBull’s of the world.

Handicap conversions are a legit unique opportunity.
EV battery upgrades and motor conversions

On the horizon are:
CT murdered, chopped and channeled
CT TT e-race trucks
 

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Cybertruck-Making it uniquely yours
definitely a business opportunity.

Interior focus is a most affordable place to optimize. ( sub-$12k) Accessorize sure but uniquely? That is a creative call to action. Creatives will add themes like retro against iconic and tweak a knob where Tesla design imposes digital conformity.

Exterior components ($20k-$350k) are transformative. Pre-runner, Trophy Truck, camper, hauler and purpose-builds to spec. Excepting bolt-on accessories unique exteriors are going for exposure, audience, advertising or identity campaigns to differentiate. Wraps (sub $4k) suffice for the RedBull’s of the world.

Handicap conversions are a legit unique opportunity.
EV battery upgrades and motor conversions

On the horizon are:
CT murdered, chopped and channeled
CT TT e-race trucks
Agreed, I can imagine setting up a group of clamps and a laser etcher to do some cool customizations... but also a wrapping/window tint department, a range of accessories for the bed, sail pillars, underbed storage, frunk storage, and such.

Even edge into overlanding/offroad gear. Lights, winches, etc.

If I had the money, would be a cool business.
 

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