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- Oct 3, 2020
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- 2010 Ford F-150, 2018 Tesla Model 3 Performance
From the moment I first saw that huge, proudly erect wiper pointing unabashedly upwards, I thought that is the result of a proud engineer the morning after a frisky multi-hour session with his significant other. He was so proud of his performance and stamina the night before he wanted to endow the Cybertruck with the same kind of proud manliness he was feeling the next morning.Specifically, the CT windshield wiper. It was an afterthought. It was left to the 11th hour of design, and creating a "neat" looking/congruent solution is making the Tesla engineers punch their pillows before falling asleep at night.
But you think it was the result of an engineer's restless night punching his pillow in frustration?
That's not how I see it, to me it screams "bold".
Oh, gosh, not another worried fan, concerned about aesthetic criticisms by Tesla haters. Not everyone is going to like your truck no matter what you end up driving. You have to please yourself. Tesla haters will ALWAYS find something to cry about ad nauseum on the Internet, no matter how perfect the truck. Nobody in their right mind pays them any attention because they don't matter. What matters is how well the wiper works, not whether Tesla haters say it's the work of the devil.I think it'll be the thing that haters will relentlessly focus on, and will be cried about ad nauseum on the internet.
I think it looks bold and manly, perfect for the truck of the future. If it works as well as it looks, I'll be one happy camper. I must say, the aesthetics grew on me, just like the hard surfaces of the body took a bit of getting used to before it started to look brilliant. I guess it's all a matter of perspective.