The frunk talk is outta hand. I’ll take my subpar Cyberfrunk.I think there is plenty of room for our luggage, or somewhere between 2 and 6 rifle cases (maybe ` 1 XLong, 2 reg, and 2 or 3 short rifle) and a few ammo cases. Or a set of golf bags, maybe even stacked 2 high with a year's supply of Titleist Pro V1s behind. A 6' surfboard? A Costco run. 20+ soccer balls. Skis and boots for 5. (not the downhill skis) I think it's more than usable and it works.
Oh, and I was never buying it for the frunk, ever.
I am hoping for a few outlets, as well, plus an air hookup for filling up tires and utilizing air tools. Maybe all of this is in the truck bed??Okay, def looks like zero plugs/outlets. Along with the small size, that's a real crash-and-burn compared to all other ev trucks on/coming to market. If they cut corners on use cases and ditched the outlets, that's yet another potential deal breaker for many reservation holders.
Possibly. Still, every competitor has that in both the frunk and the bed. Tesla has either decided to forgo the installing in the frunk, which would be a terrible mistake, or keep everything in the bed, which also limits functionality compared to the competition.I am hoping for a few outlets, as well, plus an air hookup for filling up tires and utilizing air tools. Maybe all of this is in the truck bed??