The Cybercar is the obvious next step... what do you think?

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There are already some images popping up everywhere, this is a market waiting to happen. We love the Cybertruck, the one that started it all, but what about a modern version of the Delorean, only all electric, and actually fast? Let me know what you think, maybe we'll make this happen.
 

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Yes please! Let's see those renderings of a Cyber Grand Touring car.

Perhaps Tesla can hire these Stanford students to work on the project. It looks like they have the necessary experience: ;)


 
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Wow, so awesome! Would've made John D. proud. If the Delorean had performed like that when he built them in '81-'82, he would have sold all he could make, and never gone bankrupt. Fun videos, especially the second one.
 

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Before Tesla does an all-new car platform - "Cyber" revamp - Elon can simply use the Cyber" truck "platform as an SUV. The Tesla marque could extend its Cyber* brand into Sport Utility Vehicles. Disrupt Explorer/ 2 and 4 Door (2/3 row seating)configuration in a barn door wagon variant (i.e. 2/4door Tahoe).

By CyberSUV, Tesla off-loads consumer expectations from its single Cybertruck one-size fits all current situation. Pickup " truck" totally misses the lady of the house who holds the purse strings even though it has 4 doors. SO a CyberSUV grows market space. Cybertruck was a single purpose-design in the first place - to disrupt FORD.

Fast is no distinction with a difference in utility class. Elon dropping Baja tweets that Cybertruck reliability, utility and performance will be " Baja proven" signals_the_ important distinction. The Cyber* is Baja tough, tougher than Ford tough.

Cyber " space - design" language sells, wins and disrupts. SO the logical extension: Cyber* supercedes! By extension CyberSUV, CyberCUV and CyberRV redefines each category. At the end of the roadmap Cyber " space-design" supercedes Airstream " jet-design". Tesla licensing a camper, utility trailer in its Cyber language is a roadmap endpoint (i.e. tiny home, off-grid, BugOut, etc...). And it doesn't need to build it neither. The intrepid mfg'r able to pivot to cyber foundry can forward into the Cyber space on license, incorporating Tesla gear and innovation by license.. At that point, Tesla differentiates into multiple classes horizontally without the vertical integration costs.
 

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