Motor Mouth: Tesla's New Cybertruck is - Well, We Don't Even Know

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I was watching his videos for a few weeks , got tired of him turning a 5 minute video into 30
I thought the same thing and he was creating videos over just speculation but you would never know it by the title.

AJ: “Elon Musk isn't even certain at this point that there will be a CT as he isn't certain the market will accept it. He has a backup design in his back pocket.“

Wasn’t that his thought from the very beginning and I haven’t see anything else since then to think that he still feels that way?





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Calling TeslaBruh "speculative" is very generous. IMO he's the ultimate clickbait windbag.
 

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Calling TeslaBruh "speculative" is very generous. IMO he's the ultimate clickbait windbag.
I wouldn't say he's clickbait, I would say he's just plain wrong half the time. He talks about exactly what his titles are (from the two videos I watched), but it's like he's promising more about the Cybertruck than Elon Musk.

Elon is known to make some big promises, but even when he falls short of them, you can see that he usually isn't far off or he is at least headed in the right direction. With TeslaBruh, I just see the titles and think he's an idiot; like when he was talking about how the Cybertruck will never be charged. I don't have to watch a second of that video to know he's wrong.
 

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Well, if the solar option works out... if you drove an average commute and nothing else, you'd never need to charge.

But we all know that even a truck only driven on weekends gets more miles on it than that.

-Crissa
 

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Didn't read the whole thing, as it seemed just a slightly negative take on everything we already know.

But it's a prototype obviously, things are subject to change. we preordered knowing that. I hope when it gets closer to production they will have all the real specs and what not.
I only consider anything on the official preorder site to be true to the upcoming vehicle. Anything elon or anyone says Is just talk.
You hit the nail on the head! The CyberTruck at this point is still only a prototype! Elon's juices are always flowing develops new ideas and as he hears suggestions from here, there and everywhere to make the CT the very best ET Truck out there! Elon being the brains of Tesla will not stop until we get the 'Bad Ass' est and Super Cool' est CyberTruck imaginable! Keep those ideas flowing, Elon!
 

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There was no explicit statement, and taking his words out of context is...Taking his words out of context.

Tesla hasn't canceled orders from the EU or UK, hence, no explicit statement of no intent to deliver the truck there has happened.

And complaining about stats still a year and a half out... What other competitor has released as much information as Tesla about their truck on that schedule?

-Crissa
So true..... Ford has blathered about an electric truck for 5 years and I know more about the Loch Ness Monster than I know about the E-150.
 

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