What Can A Cybertruck NOT Do?

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There are many posts about what the CT can do, like go camping, load up most anything, out accelerate a Porsche, etc. But is there anything a Cybertruck CANNOT do?
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Fit in most peoples garages. :rolleyes:
That's my concern too. I'd be so hesitant of not being able to park it indoors, not that I'm worried of the truck being out in the elements, but out being exposed to PEOPLE! It's going to be an attention getter for sure if its parked outside. Don't want any of that near my CT!
 

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200km (120 miles) is what I would hope for as a minimum between supercharger stops. Unfortunately we know nothing about electric towing.
Really not that difficult to make a reasonable guess. If you tow a 10000# trailer with your Ram 1500, you get probably 5-7 MPG. Let's say that is 50% of your normal MPG.
Cybertruck will be the same. If you have a 500 miles range normally, you will get probably 250 miles with towing. Of course you don't really get 500 miles on the highway. Probably more like 400, so towing real world at 70 mph will get you around 200 miles of range.
Just for reference, when I pull my boat with our Sequoia, we get 5-6 mpg and stop to fill up with gas every 2 hours or so.
 

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It can’t get here fast enough AND make its own payments.
 

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That's my concern too. I'd be so hesitant of not being able to park it indoors, not that I'm worried of the truck being out in the elements, but out being exposed to PEOPLE! It's going to be an attention getter for sure if its parked outside. Don't want any of that near my CT!
Mine is big enough I built it for an arctic Toyota. I am more worried people will try scratch it just to see if it can withstand damage
 

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Gooseneck or 5th wheel hook ups. If there's one thing that would stand in the way of commerical needs, it's this.
 













 
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