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Good point about the focus groups; however, the technical requirements for any airborne biohazard protection system are numerous with some complexity. I just don’t think it’s economically viable or practical to offer on mass produced vehicles.Really... really??? Do you really think this awesome Pickup would exist if there were focus groups?
I agree, they have been able to keep the base price down to that of a 3, so I'm not going to complain.Good point about the focus groups; however, the technical requirements for any airborne biohazard protection system are numerous with some complexity. I just don’t think it’s economically viable or practical to offer on mass produced vehicles.
Sorry, but Elon musk who actually makes the decision whether or not to put a cyber truck into a rocket and shoot it in any direction has already said that he wants to see a cyber truck driving on Mars. So possibly 20 years from now he’s going to stick one on his latest model rocket for a publicity stunt and send it there, who knows if it works well maybe they’ll ship more of them there.Yes it is. There is no way they will devote that much weight to one of these.
Starship COULD lift 146 Cybertrucks with a lift capacity of 220,000 pounds. How many would fit in the cargo space? Not sureI am glad to see some thought being put into this.
here are my thoughts:
-the body could easily be made from thinner steel or aluminum in a mars version, but why bother? He will have the heavy lift capability and can send a launch every month if needed. And spare steel sheets won’t go to waste on Mars.
- In theory your solar panels could be huge and fold out from a rack above the bed. Less weight means you can cantilever farther. So a CT that charges itself when stationary is very possible. For stationary charging you could even have a flexible mat that you stake to the ground and roll the truck to deploy.
-Martian pressure suits aren’t as bulky as space suits. There’s no reason for them to be larger than Star Wars genre Armor like the Troopers or Boba Fett. It depends on the design of the transport, will you depressirize the cabin and put on a helmet to exit, or will it have a nasa style airlock at the back? Picture one with no doors and it would be easy to operate it in a suit.
-Musk has said that a CT on Mars is a dream of his so we can expect at least one.
that other guy says it’s too heavy though.Starship COULD lift 146 Cybertrucks with a lift capacity of 220,000 pounds. How many would fit in the cargo space? Not sure
Maybe Santa will deliver one for you.that other guy says it’s too heavy though.
let’s say you send 50 CTs I’m packing crates with all the spare space filled with other mars bound items...... that’s more CTs than Mars will need for a while.
Cyberglamping with your Cybergirl, no doubtYep, like other have said, Cybertruck is becoming more and more versatile. It can be anything you need. Large family SUV, Durable enclosed camper (Cyber-Glamping?), automated security patroller. .etc etc.. Elon is always welcome to comment! HA, or better yet an update with a feature walk around of the CT!