Poll: Which special features will Cybertruck have?

What features do you think the Cybertruck will feature?


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All these things cost extra money. I don't think it needs any of them.





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I don’t need anything super fancy. Just a cool design, good range, good bed size.

Other than that please fit in my garage for charging and don’t be so high I need a ladder to wash. :LOL:
 

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If no tank turn feature, 4 wheel steering would be cool and fully adjustable ride height with several inches of travel.
 

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If it has a tonneau cover over the bed, do you guys think it will be lined with solar panels? Or a solar roof, maybe?

Would be fairly useful for a work site, or camping...
 

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Just need it to be good on snow trails and have 400 to 500 miles in real range. A bed cover would sweeten the deal.
 

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If it has a tonneau cover over the bed, do you guys think it will be lined with solar panels? Or a solar roof, maybe?

Would be fairly useful for a work site, or camping...
Terrific idea! Although how durable and rugged are solar panel surfaces?

I had a thought today how nice it’d be if there was a charge port on both sides of the Cybrtrk and then allow both ports to be plugged in simultaneously for 2x charging speed at supercharger! 🤯
 

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Terrific idea! Although how durable and rugged are solar panel surfaces?

I had a thought today how nice it’d be if there was a charge port on both sides of the Cybrtrk and then allow both ports to be plugged in simultaneously for 2x charging speed at supercharger! 🤯
Well considering tesla has consolidated with Solar city and built very strong solar roof tiles, I don't think it's too far-fetched. It'd be as durable as a headlight, mirror or windshield, etc...

I think the semi's mega charger is just that--but the battery and components have to be designed to handle all that amperage and heat.
 

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I am thinking of Function over Form.
Very little bodywork as such (as on current offerings.)
But a personnel carrier? Do they have style/ Do they date? Think Hummer, think Unimog,
And to start at under $50k? less bodywork would help. As the man said, many people won't like it but he does. Conventional folk wont like it, but the SpaceX chief, what would he design given a blank slate?
I think it is going to be a thumb his nose moment for convention. Why pay Boeing costs when a SpaceX approach will do the job better?
 

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Is it possible to have satellite solar panels that plug into the cybertruck for camping and store in a rack in the bed like I see a lot of off road trailers have. Or maybe they roll up or fold out.
 

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Reason I chose airless tires over CTIS , Central Tire Inflation System, is this limits where you get your tires worked on. In some cases this is a full days job. Sometimes nice to have can be troublesome later. The reason I’d prefer airless is, I’m tired of airing my tires up after each temperature change.
 

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Agreed. And it’d be most helpful off road when rock crawling, which I’m not sure this truck will really be designed for anyway. Just read news that Rivian filed a trademark for “Tank Mode” so it’d be have to be called something different on the Cybertruck.
CT is always a tank and doesn't need a Tank Mode name. Rivian is just trying to make you think their vehicle is tougher than it really is. For the turn on a dime move, perhaps there will be another name. Like CyberTurn. Or drift turn.
 

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