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I only care about one thing, size…
Will it or will it not fit in my garage.
Knowing the height both raised and lowered would be wonderful.
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Easy fix. If it doesn’t fit just build a detached garage. If size really is your only concern check into the Ford Rangers. They are unusually small and should fit in even the smallest of garages.
 
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I only care about one thing, size…
Will it or will it not fit in my garage.
Knowing the height both raised and lowered would be wonderful.
Thanks for your suggestions guys, but building a garage to fit my vehicle or buying a different truck are not valid options for me. First, I don’t even like conventional trucks, I’m only interested in Tesla vehicles. And lastly, I’ll buy the model Y before I spend money making my garage bigger.
Was just hoping someone (maybe Elon) knew if the truck’s height would be less then or equal to the model demo…? I had heard rumor.of it being 3% smaller which would be perfect.
 

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Google is your friend, and no its not 3% smaller anymore.

231.7 inches (19.3 ft) long, 79.8 inches (6.6 ft) wide, and 75 inches (6.2 ft) tall.

But this will go down to about 5.7ft high when its adjustable suspension is set to low.
 

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Thanks for your suggestions guys, but building a garage to fit my vehicle or buying a different truck are not valid options for me. First, I don’t even like conventional trucks, I’m only interested in Tesla vehicles. And lastly, I’ll buy the model Y before I spend money making my garage bigger.
Was just hoping someone (maybe Elon) knew if the truck’s height would be less then or equal to the model demo…? I had heard rumor.of it being 3% smaller which would be perfect.
Can't tell from this statement if you use/need a truck currently. But if height is your primary concern, and you have a standard garage door, you'll be fine. Most people are more concerned with the length of the truck. Personally, I'm not, as I've never parked my trucks in garages.
 

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It's a truck so it can sleep with donkey.

If you're really spacially worried and want to check just get the ar cybertruck app, it was $3 and is fun to just at around with seeing how big it is compared to some other vehicles.

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Easy fix. If it doesn’t fit just build a detached garage.
Bad advice! I did that. Like all projects of this sort the bottom line at completion is substantially bigger than what the initial conversations with the architect suggest. Of course if you are Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffet or Bill gates, no worries.
 

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Have similar concerns about the height. Need it to lower below 74.25" to fit under a 4-post lift which stores an off-road camper trailer in our garage. Current tow vehicle barely fits with 1/2" to spare. Parking outside is not an option.
 

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Have similar concerns about the height. Need it to lower below 74.25" to fit under a 4-post lift which stores an off-road camper trailer in our garage. Current tow vehicle barely fits with 1/2" to spare. Parking outside is not an option.
Maybe? We don't know what height the suspension is at when they say 75". That might be minimum, that might be middle.

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Maybe? We don't know what height the suspension is at when they say 75". That might be minimum, that might be middle.

-Crissa
Set to lowest suspension setting, lower tire pressure down to about 4Psi, park. Reverse on exit.
 

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Bad advice! I did that. Like all projects of this sort the bottom line at completion is substantially bigger than what the initial conversations with the architect suggest. Of course if you are Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffet or Bill gates, no worries.
I have no regrets "specing out" my garage the way I did when I built my current abode several years ago. My main concern was that I could back out with the glass door up on the topper shell and not break it as in a previous garage (3 times) oops. Had the camper shell place on speed dial.
Additional space for the wifey's car and of course my lawnmower. Here for the long haul.

My garage was my priority and the house was just a necessary place to sleep and eat wifey say's.
 

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Advantage for the glass roof, you can see if your are about to hit anything. Wondering out loud, will the truck measure clearance height? I don’t expect it to do so.
 

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