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- Jun 8, 2020
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- South Carolina
- 2025 Cybertruck
- Retired USAF, Emergency Manager
Exactly.I think they will include it on all CTs. Since AWS truly improves the turning radius of the vehicle and IMHO should be considered a safety feature, Tesla will want to make it standard. It would help to differentiate ALL CTs over the competition. Unless it is super expensive, it doesn't make much sense to have it be an option (and we've seen Tesla try to reduce the configuration options as much as possible in other models).
If the BAW works as intended and doesn't require frequent (or expensive) overall maintenance, I say "Love live the BAW and may all others quake in its presence!" I would love to see a viable laser wiper replacement alternative option in the future though.Sure, we have some other discussion topics to pick from:
- CT Pricing Predictions
- Size of the CT
- To BAW or not BAW? That is the question
Which of these worthy topics should we dig up?
I'm calling my version of the Cybertruck 5-wheel steering...including my steering wheelIf true, exactly as I predicted…
“The best part in the following videos comes when the Cybertruck uses its 4-wheel steeringto take a sharp right turn. The 4-wheel steering enables the large Tesla Cybertruck to have a short and precise turning radius. However, the 4-wheel steering option will only be available in the top-of-the-line Quad-Motor variant of the Cybertruck.”