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Good catch, I think you are right about the transducers on the wheels.
Any clue about the new headlights visible under the frunk? I’ve not seen those yet, this is an entirely new set of lights - and we’re told changes are done - in the past lights were discrete and these are not.
Those lights have been there since the second wave of prototypes.
 

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98-102 is what I am reading on the line.

At a 19' bed, I'd bet its 20' though.. That truck appears to be nearly bed size, just say it's a 20' and the truck is occupying 19 of those feet. That's 228" long!

Width, appears to be again, size of bed incl. mirrors. Lets again show small, 98". Reduce to 90"

My Tacoma, incl mirrors is 84. it's a long bed(about 6') measuring 226 inches. Fits BARELY in my garage, door down. This will be super close.

I'd like to revising though, the efficiency of space in an EV. We have a model 3, feels like a Camry inside, quite roomy, while being a Corolla sized vehicle.

I think this will sit like my Tacoma, but feel like a full size inside. I'm quite tall, I am slightly taller than Elon, was nice seeing him get in it back at Rodeo. Sure he took off his hat, but he glided right into it.

Idk. More excited. I hope you guys are too! Really looking forward to seeing the media release on this thing.
The Raptor is 86.6" wide without mirrors. The CT, like the Raptor and TRX, has the legally required 5 orange width lights to make everyone aware it's extra wide. I suspect it will be very similar to that raptor width.
 


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The Raptor is 86.6" wide without mirrors. The CT, like the Raptor and TRX, has the legally required 5 orange width lights to make everyone aware it's extra wide. I suspect it will be very similar to that raptor width.
Anything wider than 80 inches requires the marker lights. Light duty trucks are kept under 80" for this reason. The F150 is 79.9"

CT because of lights we know is 80 inch+, but it doesn't necessarily have to be as wide as a raptor, it could be anything above 80 inches.

My f350 dually is 96" wide and honestly its a pain in the ass. I hope they keep CT closer to 80
 
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Do you see the lights already? What am I missing.??
 

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Nothing new since unveil night. Same lights even on the Tesla site.
 


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Good catch, I think you are right about the transducers on the wheels.
Any clue about the new headlights visible under the frunk? I’ve not seen those yet, this is an entirely new set of lights - and we’re told changes are done - in the past lights were discrete and these are not.
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