I was thinking the opposite. Compared to traditional trucks that have lots of racks, campers, utility lockers etc that drop right in, the CT has those “sail pillars” on the bed sides that won’t allow it to work with existing solutions. Also questionable attachment points.With the design it would open a whole level of aftermarket utility options.
I agree Down2earth. Straight lines are easy to build to and stainless welds really easy to make matching add-ons. I see people doing a wide variety of DIY accessories to this design; origami-fold out campers, structures that mount on the T-system bed, ladder racks. With the access to compressed air available, pneumatic actuators can be incorporated to make powered folding structures and lifts. Access to electrical power could be more than just running your power tools on the job site.With the design it would open a whole level of aftermarket utility options.