Full-Size or Mid-Size Cybertruck?

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Obviously the Tesla Cybertruck won't be as large as that first official teaser image where it was carrying a F-150 in its bed, but what don't even know yet is if it's going to be a full-size or midsize pickup. What size truck are you guys hoping it is?

I'm like my F-150's size for utility and ride height but sometimes wish it was a bit smaller for easier parking in shopping centers. But a Ranger sized truck would be too small for me. Maybe it'll come in as something sized right in between which would be perfect!
 
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This is that first official teaser image. One thing's for sure is it won't be this size lol.

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It’s supposed to be big because Elon had once said that “You won’t need a special commercial truck license, but I think it should be required...lol” How big it will be...who knows
 

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I'm thinking probably F250 / Ram 2500 sized but with F450 / Ram 3500 performance for hauling / payload and Model X acceleration.
 

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It would be nice to see the bed having capability to self level when parked. It would be possible with air suspension and good ground clearance, which I am quite sure the truck will be equipped with.

@NorCalAthlete Looks like it will have Full-Size capabilities with Mid-Size length. It makes sense as per your insight.
 

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I'd tentatively say it may be even smaller - 1/2 ton size rather than 3/4 ton - with 1-ton capability. I don't think it'll quite drop all the way to mid-size though (Colorado, Canyon, Dakota, etc). And yes I know you meant F250 / 3/4 ton size with your "mid-size length" just thought I'd clarify my prediction here.
 
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