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I'd like to see more of these. I see a lot of anti EV and especially anti Tesla people post on Facebook about how Tesla doesn't use their own semis to transport cars. Obviously there is a ramp up period, but it would be nice to squash that argument.
 

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Well, we know which sibling was adopted
 


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There are like three Model 's on there, but they could've left two of them off and put each of the two Roadsters on there, but I guess not all 'family reunions' have full attendance... ;)

Oh, and the Cyber Quad should be in the back of the Cybertruck too! :)

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I'd like to see more of these. I see a lot of anti EV and especially anti Tesla people post on Facebook about how Tesla doesn't use their own semis to transport cars. Obviously there is a ramp up period, but it would be nice to squash that argument.
I work in trucking and Tesla needs to start publicizing specs. I firmly believe Tesla trucks will be lighter, cheaper, and have more range. Available options now just suck. Range of 280 miles, priced in the stratosphere, and heavier than two trucks. Here in CA we have to start implementing these trucks into fleets starting 2027 and the current offerings are awful. Tesla has done it better than legacy auto manufacturers and I'd love for them to do the same with trucks. So yes, get these things on the roads and give people like me a timeline of when we can purchase them.
 

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I work in trucking and Tesla needs to start publicizing specs. I firmly believe Tesla trucks will be lighter, cheaper, and have more range. Available options now just suck. Range of 280 miles, priced in the stratosphere, and heavier than two trucks. Here in CA we have to start implementing these trucks into fleets starting 2027 and the current offerings are awful. Tesla has done it better than legacy auto manufacturers and I'd love for them to do the same with trucks. So yes, get these things on the roads and give people like me a timeline of when we can purchase them.
Yeah, but they also eat battery cells to make them like nothing else.

Still... It would be transformative if they designed it to be assembled like their mass-market cars.

-Crissa
 

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I think the lens of the camera is stretching it out a bit. The Model 3 below it looks longer than the Model Y.
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