- Aug 17, 2022
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- Austin, TX
Yes, and as applied to pickup trucks/SUV’s safety characteristics, this precedent in sedans (including other OEM sedans) is to my mind all but irrelevant.There is an OEM who has a manually adjustable air suspension that can be adjusted on the fly. This automaker also allows any height adjustment to be geotagged so that it will raise the suspension any time you return to that same spot (i.e. your driveway).
I’ve never said that that it would be *impossible* for Tesla to allow people to put the CT atany height they want under all speed/maneuvering conditions.
I’ve only pointed out that there are good reasons other SUV/truck OEMs don’t permit this in SUV/trucks.
Those reasons, in ICE vehicles, have to do primarily with safety.
Safety bring something Tesla is more focused on than even those OEMs, I personally think the odds are low.
At the very least, that people asserting/assuming that Tesla will permit this are out over their skis a good way