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- Jul 8, 2020
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- 2014 Zero S, 2013 Mazda 3
Is it? The standard of 'take bed out' is because the bed has no enclosed storage, and offers no structure. The Cybertruck already has that.It's certainly incompatible with a lot of the existing truck aftermarket. But it has an unusually high tow rating for what it is.
...the Cybertruck is bare, structural steel and easy to add mounting to.If Tesla doesn't have hardpoints for mounting the rack,
That is certainly true, though. You can almost double the bed space with a motorcycle-style low trailer and lose very little range. This behind a Bolt and you've lost basically no range (3.6 miles per kwh exceeding the towing limit by ten) https://www.timeouttrailers.org/XL-HD-p/xl_hd.htmOf course, towing a trailer has a number of disadvantages.
The amount of disturbed wake behind a Cybertruck is bound to be larger and allow more towing for nearly free.
Still, trailers require more space to store and manuever, and aren't great for 10-20' lengths to carry.