Bullshit. Don't be ridiculous. It's beer, or nothin'. Even my doctor says so. You can die from too much vodka. Beer'll never hurt ya. Whiskey? That stuff'll kill ya, melt the liver right outta you. Rum, are you insane? You can go to jail for drinkin' and drivin' on that. But beer? Yous can drink it all day, iff'n you get stopped by the law, and you fail the breathalizer, just let 'em know "it's just beer". Then stomp on it, so they know you can drive even if you are a bit tipsy. Works every time, truss me.Why you gotta stick to beer? If you must, use the freezer to make ice that will be transferred to a cooler for the beer. Or drink something better. For out in the woods maybe whiskey. For beach camping, perhaps rum. For snowy climes, perhaps vodka. Those won’t freeze on you if you put them in the freezer.
Does not work in CABullshit. Don't be ridiculous. It's beer, or nothin'. Even my doctor says so. You can die from too much vodka. Beer'll never hurt ya. Whiskey? That stuff'll kill ya. Rum, are you insane? You can go to jail for drinkin' and drivin' on that. But beer? Yous can drink it all day, iff'n you get stopped by the law, and you fail the breathalizer, just let 'em know "it's just beer". Then stomp on it, so they know you can drive even if you are a bit tipsy. Works every time, truss me.
Is this because of the angle of the windshield and/or the glass material? The slope on the Tesla Semi is steeper than the cybertruck windshield. So wind should push anything in the way up and over the truck right? With the Semi, it's more like traditional vehicle and so the pressure of the wind should keep the rain against the windshield vs pushing it out of the way. My knowledge of aerodynamics and fluid dynamics is rudimentary so I'm just speculating.Of course the Cybertruck didn’t have a wiper; they needed it for the Semi.
Imagine a downed tree branch laying across the windshield. I wonder how long it would take the laser wipers to clear that…Even commercial jets have wipers. In the event of mud or something more than water gets on your windscreen you have to have mechanical means of clearing it.
For real. It's supposedly nearing completion and entering production in a year. Signs pointing to this being true; giga press demoed and on it's way, battery factory rising up.Back in November 2019 I ordered one, I presume they were working on it for at least 6 months or a year beforehand.
I’ve now seen it on parade a few times, not really doing anything to show off it’s abilities… think Rivian.
I guess I’m growing impatient, I’ve all but forgotten the hype I felt about the CT, the times I was bragging about getting one. Anymore, I’m like oh yeah, I’m getting one of them a few years after they roll out to the first customer. I’m starting to have doubts this is going to really happen the way Elon said it’s gonna happen, or are we gonna get a watered down, way more expensive CT? I’m tired of the short clips and drone footage, let’s see a complete walk around TFL style, let’s see it off roading, let’s see it take off and haul something, something other than Elon’s toy for himself and his friends.
Musk has previously disclosed that Tesla added rear-wheel-steering to the Cybertruck and made several slight design changes.We need to get on that [getting the Cybertruck to production]. At least, the design is finally locked. We got too carried away [with design updates].
Would love to believe this is a focusing down of the timeline based on facts, and not yet another subtle prepping for longer delay. But at least it is kinda backed up by the timeline of the cathode building completion and ramp up of battery production. Not a stretch of the imagination to see that cathode building finished construction by the end of the year.. early 2023 and battery production ramping up to near full capacity by mid to late 2023.Mid 2023 Production on CyberTruck
During a new interview with the Tesla Owners Club of Silicon Valley, Musk confirmed that the Cybertruck design is now “locked”:
Musk has previously disclosed that Tesla added rear-wheel-steering to the Cybertruck and made several slight design changes.
However, the CEO added that regardless of the design revisions, Tesla wouldn’t have been able to bring the electric pickup truck to volume production either way because of the chip shortage. During the interview, Musk updated the production timeline for the Cybertruck to now “mid-2023.”