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Hey Dog Lovers, Campers, Contractors, and DIY folks! How do we petition the inventor of "Dog-Mode", to give Cyber a pass thru rear window option?

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Hello Dog Lovers, etc.

Don't WE think it would be great to have a CyberTruck option with a pass-thru rear window? And the bigger the better right? I could use a Great Dane-sized one. Maybe all the way down to the vault floor? You know with the 40/20/40 rear split seat that the Model Y seems to have?

Of course this would also be great for hauling 16" ft long building materials.

I've tried to tweet @ElonMusk and @Tesla with pictures like the ones attached featuring 10' builiding materials and/or my 2 big dummies riding around in our Model 3, but apparently no look, and no luck. ' Guess I'm not "influencer enough?"

Anybody agree this would be a good feature? Who has ideas for other uses that would justify such a feature, besides ultra dog-mode?

What about when camping? Cool and useful for human-friendly pass-thru from cab to the vault with the camper add-on, right? You know, like when there be BEARS! outside? Or it's just cold? Or you are just naked?

Share your thoughts. This could be awesome. Please help if you can.

Cheers!

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Lot's of CT's being sold in California. Having your surfboard locked inside The Vault makes perfect sense. Toyota makes a roll down back window. But with the design of the Cybertruck having a Tonneau cover from the top of the back window, it just seems wrong to divide the vehicle into 2 SEPARATE spaces.
 

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There is reported to be a pass through. No mention on the size of the pass through.

Two huskies here, if no pass through, I will build a section at the back with two domes for the dogs to see, vent to get the wind in their face and the tonneau cover will close up to the strip. Light enough to remove and store in the bed strapped to the t-rack system.

Prefer just to have a large enough pass through instead so I can interact with the fur factories.
 

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Agree pass through is a top feature desire. Love it in my Avalanche with the seats folded down giving me a full 8 foot covered bed. It will be sorely missed if not on the CT.
 

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This is pure speculation but isn't baseless. CT will come with a bucket of pickled eggs that you can throw at the bear so that it will be distract and you can safely get into the cab. Why pickled eggs? Other models come with Easter eggs and since CT isnt going to arrive for some time those eggs would rot. Easter is over long before 2022.
 

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I agree that a pass through would be super. Also, if one or all of the seats even the front center seat was removable to make for room for a dog. My 160lb St. Bernard Phoebe would be grateful! If the rear seats were removable, and all were mounted separate, that would facilitate providing room for a larger dog to be sure. The other idea would be to have the lower portion of the seats slide toward the front seat and the rear seat backs move down to the floor to allow for greater access to vault of window was retracted.
 

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Hello Dog Lovers, etc.

Don't WE think it would be great to have a CyberTruck option with a pass-thru rear window? And the bigger the better right? I could use a Great Dane-sized one. Maybe all the way down to the vault floor? You know with the 40/20/40 rear split seat that the Model Y seems to have?

Of course this would also be great for hauling 16" ft long building materials.

I've tried to tweet @ElonMusk and @Tesla with pictures like the ones attached featuring 10' builiding materials and/or my 2 big dummies riding around in our Model 3, but apparently no look, and no luck. ' Guess I'm not "influencer enough?"

Anybody agree this would be a good feature? Who has ideas for other uses that would justify such a feature, besides ultra dog-mode?

What about when camping? Cool and useful for human-friendly pass-thru from cab to the vault with the camper add-on, right? You know, like when there be BEARS! outside? Or it's just cold? Or you are just naked?

Share your thoughts. This could be awesome. Please help if you can.

Cheers!

'Dem2Dawgz in tesla.jpg


super strut in M3.jpg
Right on! We need Dog Mode in the cabin as well as in the vault. (and of course, the Camper mode and ideas suggested by others which make the entertainment system more versatile). We need a big-mother pass-through for general access as well as for hauling long pieces of stuff. We need a factory camper set-up like the one Elon showed in the initial introduction including adequate 120V outlets for a mini-bar, coffee machine, etc. We need a factory tow hitch thingie. For us contractor types, we really, badly need built-in "pockets" to accept lumber racks. (Above each B Piller, implant structurally, a female threaded stainless receptacle. {A water-proof cap can be inserted for those not wishing to install a rack}. At the rear of the bed, on each side, provide the same threaded, female socket at the base of the vault. This will accept a tall vertical threaded male post on each side. Attach a horizontal, transverse member at the top above the B pillar and at the rear. Better yet...have this rack be designed and offered as an accessory by Tesla. This will endure it fits perfectly and is of adequate strength.
 

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