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Really interesting to see the shot of the CT from the front and passenger tire.
 

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From the article:
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Electrek said:
That said, Tesla does have more than one prototype – a driving one which was used for test rides at the unveiling, and one which stayed on the stage. This prototype looks like the latter, with what seems to be a less-functional drivetrain, but has a few visual differences from what we saw at the event.
First time I have heard this. I thought the reveal truck window was fixed then drives were given.

What do others think or know?
 

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At reveal there were two CT’s, but one was just a clay model. The one they hammered and the one they broke the windows on and the one they gave rides in were all the same vehicle. After that vehicle left the stage to get fixed and give rides, the clay model took over.

The one in this thread’s video is certainly different than the one we’ve been seeing Elon drive around in (the same one that they gave rides in.) Not sure what it is/was exactly. The light bar at the top was certainly very different. I didn’t see any external door handles either. Seemed more like a prop.
 

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I think this one is a fake, made as a stunt by the event.

Someone please prove me wrong but there's several things off about it. Biggest flag is the square part under the front bumper, and if you look under the wheel well at 20s in its very clear its a prop, you can see right through it. Plus the top light bar isn't recessed into the glass (bad aerodynamics).
 

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Where did the glass roof go!?
 

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It’s easy to distinguish between the fake and a true one. Simply throw a steel ball at the window. :D.
 

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Didn't Elon say it looks even better than the reveal one?
 

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LMAO.. FAKE NEWS
 

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The E-Game event, all I looked at was the CT. It was cool. Thanks to the winners for that game.

The Fake CT on the tow truck was not scale correctly. Nice try to who ever edited the pictures.
 
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