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Not sure why they didn’t use a center position motor with an articulating arm like the semi tractor trailers use. They would be able to do it on the Semi & the Cybertruck. Those have been around forever and work in snow / ice as well as heavy rain.
 

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Wonder if I can use the wiper to my advantage at the dirt track haha

I still think it looks fine, but if it came with a quick release/remove option, that would be cool.

Tesla Cybertruck Cybertruck Mega Windshield Wiper IN ACTION at Giga Texas Wind Tunnel 1681757688666
 


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I notice the washer fluid tubes. So it’ll have washing fluid dispensed from the blade like my Volvo XC90.
My Tesla Model X has that.
2:15 into this YT
 

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The DeLorean has a sprayer on the arm, using regular blades. I suppose the BAW could be the same? They probably used the MX wiper blade for the longer one. The lower blade appears to be very small.
 


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Sometimes I am actually glad I do not have the rights to one of the first fifty thousand, or so, CyberTrucks that drive off the assembly line....

I am happy to let others drive the initial " test beds" and work out the bugs.
Yep, the pioneers take the arrows for sure!
 

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Imagine if you will. A snowy day. You are going out to your truck. Cold and snow so you precondition the truck so it will be ready and comfy to drive. Out in the parking lot your truck backs up 3 feet. The suspension lowers in the front and raises in the back. The BAW wipes a few times sending the snow to the ground in front of the truck. Then the suspension normalizes and the truck pulls forward again. A curious F150 electric owner goes over to peek at the pile of snow now underneath the cyber truck. While she is examining it the cyber truck raises up the suspension and starts shaking like a wet dog, thus eliminating the rest of the snow.
Or... raises the suspension to high, except draws one rear wheel off the ground, then purges the condensation from the air suspension reservoir.
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