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The following wishlist was first compiled by @TyPope. This post is now a "wiki post" and can be edited by all members, so add your wishlist items to the list!

It's a "comprehensive wish list" of things people would like to see in the Cybertruck that hasn't already been confirmed. These are things that are NOT already confirmed by Tesla.

Cybertruck Wishlist [add yours below]:
  1. Trailer brake controls
  2. 2" reciever on front and back built into the body. With access to the pin through a door in the rear of the bed and front trunk to put the locking pin in. This would make the attachments ie. trailer hitch, wench nearly theft proof.
  3. Solar wing. Gun safe. Accessible from outside.
  4. Cyber Trailer with battery to extend Cybertruck towing range.
  5. Solar Roof in addition to Solar Vault cover. The Solar Vault would add about 15 miles per day (per Elon). If adding a solar roof would add another 10 miles, it could take care of my 20 mile round-trip commute for most of the year!
  6. Heated AND cooled seats (all 6)
  7. Kneel-down for getting in/out of the Cybertruck
  8. Insulated frunk cooler (we know it has a frunk... let's make a cooler out of it!)
  9. Inclinometer
  10. Trail camera
  11. Tire inflation system
  12. Ability to pick one tire off the ground to make changing it easier. (independently controllable air shocks would do it.
  13. Free Supercharging (Hey, a guy can dream, can't he?)
  14. "Knight Rider" light across the front during charging.
  15. Autonomous trailer connection... Similar to Summon. You get it close to the tongue of the trailer, step out, and hit "Connect to Trailer" or something. It kneels down to get the ball under the trailer hitch, backs up appropriately, and then lifts up so that you can confirm a good connection, swing the tongue jack away, chain the trailer, and connect it electrically (including the Tesla trailer Camera which connects to the CT and lets you see behind the trailer like GM is showing in it's commercials now.
  16. Electro-chromatic glass for privacy and to help keep it cool when not occupied.
  17. Knight Rider style light that goes back and forth when charging, maybe...
  18. Access to pedestrian speaker. Enable music to be played outside.
  19. A HUD. Yes!
  20. A better dash
  21. rear wall can fold flat into cabin, level with the bed.
  22. Since the truck comes with a compressor. Make the rear seats air bags so they can be deflated for more room.
  23. rear seat bottoms can flop forward to create a large flat surface perfect for a mattress
  24. Four-Wheel Steering or at least a great turning radius
  25. Drain plug in the rear storage compartment in vault to use as ice chest if needed.
  26. Air Horn, since on board compressor.
  27. V2G (vehicle to grid please)
  28. Controls for the vault cover inside the bed so when using it for sleeping you can open up easily
  29. Four hundred plus miles for Dual motor AWD, HUD, and better dash.
  30. [Add yours to the list by clicking "Edit" button below]
  31. rear bed ready from factory for a Flush fit cyber hitch.com & maybe offered as a factory option.
  32. Matrix LED/laser auto highlights
  33. No cabin carpet or easily removed carpet with drain plugs so cabin can be washed out when (not if) it gets dirty.
  34. Small screens in the back of the left / Right seats. So passengers could watch movies, play games, surf the web, use misc apps. without bothering the driver (May be they should be forced to use Headphones to not disturb the driver) as well as their own climate controls and heated seat settings.
  35. A starlink (SpaceX internet service) antenna. Roving high speed internet everywhere!
  36. Quad-motor for additional towing capacity, quicker 0-60, and allow all wheels to operate independently to perform tank turns.
  37. Rocket thruster (similar to roadster but more important in a truck) to become un-stuck in mud or snow plus quicker 0-60.
  38. 120 plug in the front and rear storage boxes to plug a cooler in.
  39. Heavy-duty hook at the front of the box to attach a come-along or winch to for bringing things up the ramp.
  40. Sleeper chairs for front seats. Maybe also back seats.
  41. Animated overhead view of truck or truck and trailer while backing up
  42. 5.5 Foot bed option
 
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How about external air bags that would deploy if the CT sensed it was about to be in a collision. This might mitigate the need for crumple zones.
 

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I would like ventilated, massaging seats. Heated and cooled cup holders front and back. Off road mode. Central Air Inflation system.
 
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How about a steering wheel that stows away. Then you could effectively use the big dash as your mobile office. Oh, and a flip down keyboard and mouse (it IS a Cybertruck after all...).
 
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If the CT has an external speaker, why not have fun with it? We could make sound effects that are in sync with the throttle. You could make your CT sound like an Italian super car, a classic muscle car or even a Tron light cycle! How about a lion roaring when you hit the horn?!
 

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If the CT has an external speaker, why not have fun with it? We could make sound effects that are in sync with the throttle. You could make your CT sound like an Italian super car, a classic muscle car or even a Tron light cycle! How about a lion roaring when you hit the horn?!
I hope the external speaker can be used with the stereo. Would be nice to play the tunes outside when working o sitting on the beach.
 

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As wrote Michael Mehta, BC, The French company Michelin created the OPTIS , airless tire. That's replace already the RFT... Excellent IDEA...!!!
 

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That's going to be given at least in the TriMotor. "Dual Charger" used to mean two 40 A chargers (hence the 80 A HPWC) and has not been available for some time. Right now it means two 24 A modules (in the US) for a total of 48 A or in parts of Europe where they have 3 phase in homes, 3 modules for 72 A. You used to be able (up to the end of 2018) to get a 3rd module for 72 A supportable by the single phase HPWC. The new Gen 3 single phase HPWC now supports a maximum of 48 A, i.e. enough to feed two modules. But these trucks are going to suck 500 Wh/mi (as opposed to 220 - 330 for the current cars) and 48 A implies only 23 mi/hour charging at that rate of consumption. I am guessing, therefore, that the TriMotors, with their 200 kWh or larger batteries, are going to have an option for a second charging port with a second 2 module charger i.e. 4 modules for a total of 96 A and 46 mi/hr charging rate. This assumes that they stick with the 24 A module architecture. You would need, of course, 2 HPWC to get this but I can see this as a pretty desirable arrangement for a two Tesla family. Charge both at a fairly reasonable rate or put it all into the CT. This notion, which is no more than that, popped into my head when I found out that the Semi has multiple ports. It's all speculation on my part but I'd be happy to have it were it offered.
 

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