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What is your biggest Cybertruck question you'd like answered by Tesla before committing to purchase?

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Have you seen the specs of Tesla Semi and watched that unveil? Goes to show a bigger, battery-powered vehicle can do some incredible things at impressive distances. The 14,000 lb spec is for the tri-motor, which we don't even have a production start date yet. It would be more realistic to chat about the dual-motor at this point in time and 10,000 lbs of towing.
Would love to see Tri motor in action. 👍
 

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Have you seen the specs of Tesla Semi and watched that unveil? Goes to show a bigger, battery-powered vehicle can do some incredible things at impressive distances. The 14,000 lb spec is for the tri-motor, which we don't even have a production start date yet. It would be more realistic to chat about the dual-motor at this point in time and 10,000 lbs of towing.
Wait... the Tri-motor will be made before the dual motor CTs...
 

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Wait... the Tri-motor will be made before the dual motor CTs...

The website used to say late 2022 for Tri-Motor, but it doesn't anymore. Now it is late 2021 for Dual and Tri. Late 2022 for single RWD. You've seen confirmation on Tri being made first?
 

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The website used to say late 2022 for Tri-Motor, but it doesn't anymore. Now it is late 2021 for Dual and Tri. Late 2022 for single RWD. You've seen confirmation on Tri being made first?
Not per se. It's Tesla's history to make the more profitable "Performance" and "AWD" versions before the less expensive versions. The good news is that you can easily change your configuration without having to change your reservation number.

Though, what hasn't been shown is that the reservation number has anything at all to do with build order. It could be that they start producing the more expensive vehicles and look to see who had the first order finalized for them... We only waited 2 months to the day for our Model Y though there are TONS of people who ordered before us who are still waiting on their cars.
 

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Never had dual rear wheels and the dual rear wheels doesn't affect the 5th wheel towing weight rating very much... never saw the need for dual wheels. I DID have one truck with dual rear wheels and didn't notice a difference in how it towed vs. the single rear wheel trucks though that truck was a rough ride all the time unless towing a heavy trailer.
What about the Cybertruck makes it not able to tow a 5th Wheel? Where did you get this information?

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What is the number one question you have about Cybertruck that could influence your purchase decision depending on the answer you get from Tesla (or Musk)?
Can the 3 motor Cybertruck tow our 5th Wheel trailer? Will the truck be self leveling for towing?
 

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