He really only looked at the most surface things and “tent pole” features which were previously in advertising.I find it odd that there is no mention of bed sizes in his video though he did admit that he is not a truck guy. Rivian @ 4.58' foot, Ford 5.5' and the CT at 6.5'. IMO, in order to be truly a utilitarian truck, it needs to be able to load in a 4'x8' sheet of plywood, drywall, etc and only the CT can pull that off (with the tail gate down admittedly). Now legally they all can do it with overhang but I think that sort of takes it out of the utilitarian class. I believe rear overhang up to 4' is allowed.
Very important to remember where these YouTube celebrities bread is buttered. There isn’t a ton of money in being truly objective. You have to be just objective enough to retain enough credibility to get your bread buttered.Now Ben has facilitated a lot of Tesla sales but that was when the Tesla referral program was active. Yet these referral sales were just like Ben being a 'virtual' car dealer himself, which made him money/prizes or whatever. I'm not critical of him for that at all, as many have done the same.
I can appreciate that someone doesn’t like the Cybertruck style or deign ethos. I can even understand someone saying “I would’t be a caught dead in one of those”.I think Ben Sullins doesn't like the Cybertruck because it is against the grain and doesn't bode well for the 'establishment' entities. Tesla promotes simpler elegant minimalistic designs and processes, which is something I think Ben (or the big auto establishment) does not embrace.