Physical differences between motor variants?

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Do you think there will be any physical differences, such as more included options, etc. between the dual and tri motor? Or will the differences be limited to battery size, motor count, and badge?
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Yes, I am sure that certain features will be standard on the TriMotor that will be paid options on the lower performance variants. That's just the way automakers do things.
 

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Wonder if anything in the suspension will be different? There will be more weight in batteries, and more load on the wheels, with the tri motor. Be nice if they did a 1/2 ton and a 3/4 ton variant like traditional, with 6-lug on 1/2 ton and 8-lug wheels on 3/4 and 1 ton.
 

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I actually hope they offer all three variants as base as possible, besides the different motor options of course. This would allow us to customize them to our personal needs. Instead of forcing some kind of "package" deal on us that is full of options you dont want or need. I have been a truck owner for over 25 years and this always seems to be the case.
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