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No power in frunk would be such a HUGE miss.

One of the best use cases for the frunk is a plug in beer/food cooler that’s easy to access on road trips or job sites when the bed is full of gear or materials. I’d be happy even just with a 12V outlet up there. But 120 would be super useful as well.

Sure, there are outlets in the bed, but if it’s packed full and you can’t get to them they are useless. Outlets up front are critical.

I bet you can install a 12 and/or 48V outlet of some kind in the frunk. There's likely a few wires running behind it... and the liner is probably easy to cut with a hole saw.
 

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No earlier than
Yea, I guess 12.1..... like the 3, there will be a bunch of media drops from independent channels.

Just wasn't sure where to watch Top Gear.
 


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Yea, I guess 12.1..... like the 3, there will be a bunch of media drops from independent channels.

Just wasn't sure where to watch Top Gear.
No idea lol but if they do it like the phone launches. They will release like at the exact same time lol
 

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I bet you can install a 12 and/or 48V outlet of some kind in the frunk. There's likely a few wires running behind it... and the liner is probably easy to cut with a hole saw.
no doubt one could rig an outlet there

But you’re just talking about jump-wiring off the 16v battery?

I’d feel queezy about it
 

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no doubt one could rig an outlet there

But you’re just talking about jump-wiring off the 16v battery?

I’d feel queezy about it
Through a fused connection. Maybe off some wiring within the frunk or under the dash. Maybe find one of the USB ports and wire or move it to the frunk.
 

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[iPhone 17? I’m not willing to even click on a link where it has such clear innaccurate info!

Can someone verify this is a valid poster and link, instead of a risky link?
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Meanwhile on MKBHDs channel.

Hey guys, so I've been driving the Cybertruck for about a year now, and here's my review shot on the iPhone 17
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