Why so much negative Cybertruck posts & news today?

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It’s a first model year. Period.
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In my humble opinion, you can't expect everyone to be so positive about it like its the best thing ever when their was a lot of underdelivering with the cybertruck. I think the criticism is good personally as long as its not exaggerating like haters do. With all the criticism, tesla can make cybertruck even better.
 

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It’s known as the first adopter tax. Virtually every brand new vehicle model has issues during the 1st year of production.
 


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nothing to see here Tesla is a constant source of media and other FUD for either clicks or Big Oil and Big Auto trying to hold onto their dying businesses ...
see bathtub curve for early defects on CT ... if you buy a first model year ..... problems come with the territory ....
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And it's Tesla. They have a long history of using early customers as beta testers. There is a reason I waited until 2022 to get my Model 3.
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And it's Tesla. They have a long history of using early customers as beta testers. There is a reason I waited until 2022 to get my Model 3.
First gen Tesls have always had issues, but most of them have been fit and finish, windows, sensors, and overall annoying things. Cybertruck is having system issues that ground the truck and that is a big reason it is getting so much negative press.
No one really cares about a rear window button sticking in a MY, but a harness failure that grounds the cybertruck is a big deal, especially at the pricepoint.
 

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I get that its april fools but multiple cybertrucks are breaking down some 1 mile from delivery.
Owners here wanting to sell it and can't
News hits on tesla out of auatralia...

Seems odd.
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The real bad news is on ir.tesla.com site in the press release reporting the production and delivery numbers. I am a long term investor and do not get distracted by unimportant news. The ramp of a product will have unpredictable happenings. Tesla will do what they must to improve build quality if there are any issues. The key question is if Tesla can stay ahead of its competition both in the US or around the world.
 

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Elon is just trying to crash the price so he can get a larger controlling interest in the company before he changes the world again.
 

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Elon is just trying to crash the price so he can get a larger controlling interest in the company before he changes the world again.
Trying to crash the price by lowering the price or vehicles but selling less? That seems like a strategy which doesn't make sense.

I think there was a real overestimating of people embracing EVs. Sales volume in the segment is going up, but the growth rate is dropping. There's far too many people who will never buy an EV, it has turned political so facts no longer matter. I don't know if that's Tesla's problem to solve, but the buyer pool needs to expand somehow for the stock to rebound.
 

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Trying to crash the price by lowering the price or vehicles but selling less? That seems like a strategy which doesn't make sense.

I think there was a real overestimating of people embracing EVs. Sales volume in the segment is going up, but the growth rate is dropping. There's far too many people who will never buy an EV, it has turned political so facts no longer matter. I don't know if that's Tesla's problem to solve, but the buyer pool needs to expand somehow for the stock to rebound.
It makes sense if he believes he is capable of or on the cusp of game changing technology or strategy. Even if he isn’t actively sabotaging it, he seems to have had enough influence that not doing anything could ease some of the momentum in the price.

by inaction cause stock price to drop while increasing holdings of company at a discounted price, re-engage and take it to mars. Seems shady but doable in his position.
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