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That frunk looks powered!
Watching them "push" it down, wasn't that convincing too me. The rate of closure looked perfectly linear. I wonder if that's part of the process they have the workers trained to do. To make it look like they are "pushing" the frunk closed manually when it's outside even though its powered, so as to not give away the detail that it's powered.
 

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That must be one powerful motor for the frunk hood... they are putting in a bit of effort there to close it.
 


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I always though CT will be a force for good but after seeing those vertical lines on it’s face, I started to wonder.





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Is it bad that I knew you meant Thanos before I saw the picture?

(will we see 50% of the OEMs disappear? )
 

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What do you suppose caused the black tire mark from the turning truck? He didn't seem to be doing a burn out.
 


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What do you suppose caused the black tire mark from the turning truck? He didn't seem to be doing a burn out.
It's actually two tire marks, front and rear, after driving through that puddle of oil probably left by one of the diesel tractors. What I found interesting: even though it was almost a full-lock turn, both the front and rear tires followed almost the same path (obviously due to the rear-wheel steering), instead of the rear tire dragging inside the turn by a couple of feet like my truck does.
 

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But why are they taping the Frunk.. ?????
 
 




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