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Thank you for posting the tables.

But now its been changed again, and confirmed the full size Cybertruck is to be about 3% smaller, Is it now a 6 ft x 54.5" bed or is it still 6.5ft x 57" ??



P.S. Cybertruck has been removed from the U.S. website.

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I want a truck that is the same size and looks as close to the same (DOT appeased)as the one Elon rolled out on stage. If anyone wants a smaller truck go buy a smaller truck. I need a full size truck that can tow a 10,000 pound trailer. The “biggest, baddest” truck was that size not 3% smaller. Definitely not 8% smaller and besides last week we were told engineering was finished.
 

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I want a truck that is the same size and looks as close to the same (DOT appeased)as the one Elon rolled out on stage. If anyone wants a smaller truck go buy a smaller truck. I need a full size truck that can tow a 10,000 pound trailer. The “biggest, baddest” truck was that size not 3% smaller.
Why do you think a 3% loss in outer dimensions means a loss of lowing capacity?

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P.S. Cybertruck has been removed from the U.S. website.
It’s still both on the US and Norwegian sites for me. Otherwise it would be exciting as it could signify a refresh of the pages with new images.
 

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Why do you think a 3% loss in outer dimensions means a loss of lowing capacity?

-Crissa
I don’t. But I don’t want any reduction in size or towing capacity. The bigger the heavier the truck the more HP the more it can tow. A lighter truck means less younger weight. I don’t keep my F350 in a garage I use it for my construction business in Philadelphia. I tow equipment and material. And on the completely macho nonsensical side I want the biggest baddest truck on the block! I’m just being honest and I’m sure lots of guys feel like I do. Shame on me but I want a CT because not only is it economical (I have a model3) but it will beat the pants off of a Ford Raptor. Raptors aren’t getting used as work trucks! At a 100grand who can afford to? The CT No maintenance if one motor craps the bed you still have two more!!!! 500 mikes between fill ups? That’s the truck I signed up for. Don’t change a thing. I guess I can live with the 3% but please stop there.
 

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I don’t. But I don’t want any reduction in size or towing capacity. The bigger the heavier the truck the more HP the more it can tow. A lighter truck means less younger weight. I don’t keep my F350 in a garage I use it for my construction business in Philadelphia. I tow equipment and material. And on the completely macho nonsensical side I want the biggest baddest truck on the block! I’m just being honest and I’m sure lots of guys feel like I do. Shame on me but I want a CT because not only is it economical (I have a model3) but it will beat the pants off of a Ford Raptor. Raptors aren’t getting used as work trucks! At a 100grand who can afford to? The CT No maintenance if one motor craps the bed you still have two more!!!! 500 mikes between fill ups? That’s the truck I signed up for. Don’t change a thing. I guess I can live with the 3% but please stop there.
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Thank you for posting the tables.

But now its been changed again, and confirmed the full size Cybertruck is to be about 3% smaller, Is it now a 6 ft x 54.5" bed or is it still 6.5ft x 57" ??



P.S. Cybertruck has been removed from the U.S. website.

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Click on the 3 horizontal lines in the upper right hand corner and Cyber truck will appear in the drop down box, and has been like that for a while
 

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Bigger does not necessarily mean heavier or more horsepower or more range.

Nor did Elon say the 3% came from the wheel width/base configuration, the battery (where the weight comes from) or the cargo capacity.

Bigger just means bigger, it doesn't confer any direct benefits to capacity.

-Crissa
 

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