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You maybe onto something. However, this could be a fake or photoshopped.
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They should do what VW did with the ID4/ID3 and put the screen on the steering column. That also solves the issue of the steering wheel obscuring the screen for some people as the screen moves with the steering wheel.

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No, it means they have 2 screens.

If their console take 20 seconds to boot up and has 3 seconds of lag between tapping and pulling up the location search screen, they are not “Ahead” even if they have 20 screens.

Having multiple screens is one feature of many.
It is however one of the top two complaints I hear about Model 3/Y. Not having a screen in front of the driver that shows basic driving information and the somewhat stiff ride.
 
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I wonder if the addition of an eyes-front binnacle over the yoke is to keep driver's focus forward. From what I've read about FSD beta drivers, the interior camera will narc on you if you look at the touchscreen too much and not the road. Can get you kicked out of beta if you are a repeat offender. This traditional location for info is a mere downward eye flick.
 

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Love the people losing their shit over panel gap issues on a beta build.. when the production line hasn't even been built.. as if this is something indicative of production release panel gap issues.

You do realize these alpha/beta builds are basically hand assembled.

:ROFLMAO:
I didn't "lose my shit", I just make a joke (reference to past panel gaps) that you totally didn't get.

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After Wednesday's information maybe we are too depressed to have a sense of humor.
i know I am. Is there a Cybertruck depression support line? If the stock had popped it wouldn’t be so bad.

Well, not that kind of pop!
 
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i know I am. Is there a Cybertruck depression support line? If the stock had popped it wouldn’t be so bad.

Well, not that kind of pop!
It popped in November and much like a balloon we had explosive deflation.

I’m not super worried, the fundamentals are super strong. Just going to take a few weeks before people realize
 
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Please please do not give us that dumb "yoke" steering wheel. I can't stand that.
 

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Please please do not give us that dumb "yoke" steering wheel. I can't stand that.
As far as the stock wheel is concerned Tesla has said from the get go that it would be a yoke wheel, but there are already after market yoke wheels for the Model 3/Y so I am sure it won't take long at all for aftermarket full wheels for the CT.
 

 
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