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I don't get the camo.
you see, with that pavement-colored camo pattern, there will be a lot of people that will pull out in front of you, change lanes into you, etc.

so, having that camo pattern signals to the world that you're not scared, very tough, have quick reflexes, and you totally would've been in the armed services if only you didn't have flat arches. if you were a character in a zombie television series, you would probably not be killed off before season 2.
 

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I wonder how much range is lost with the vault open. If the rearview mirror is going to be digital, why drive with it open? Probably overthinking it.
Maybe that’s part of what they’re testing, open vs closed range.
 

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you see, with that pavement-colored camo pattern, there will be a lot of people that will pull out in front of you, change lanes into you, etc.

so, having that camo pattern signals to the world that you're not scared, very tough, have quick reflexes, and you totally would've been in the armed services if only you didn't have flat arches. if you were a character in a zombie television series, you would probably not be killed off before season 2.
ah yes. Thank you lol
 


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I wonder how much range is lost with the vault open. If the rearview mirror is going to be digital, why drive with it open? Probably overthinking it.
I want to say, so I’m saying it. Years ago they did a test of pickups driven with the tail gate up vs down for fuel efficiency. Like this ok, now that I found that it is a much more specific manufacturer test. I mention it because tail gate up would be similar to vault cover up.
 

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I don't get the camo.
The Camo is to keep the drivers from getting distracted so they don’t remember they are driving a Cyber truck.
 


 




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