Why the "CyberTruck Effect" is Already Driving Sales at Tesla and Making the 'Experts' Question Everything (Newest Video)

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WELL DONE! Your intro discussion brought a smile to my face. So did your description of Cybertruck blowing minds out there in truckland!
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Another great video. Excellent job.
 

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On the topic of ripple effects, I can't understand why some people are still buying exotic supercars. I get why some brains took pleasure in knowing that their race-track-ready whatever could get to the next stoplight faster than anything in the next lane. But now they have to add, "Unless it's a Tesla, which cost a fraction of what I paid, will hold more, and last longer." Oh well.
 

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On the topic of ripple effects, I can't understand why some people are still buying exotic supercars. I get why some brains took pleasure in knowing that their race-track-ready whatever could get to the next stoplight faster than anything in the next lane. But now they have to add, "Unless it's a Tesla, which cost a fraction of what I paid, will hold more, and last longer." Oh well.
Super cars are reallly fun to drive.. for about 10 minutes. Then you realize how god awful they are. When i have mountains of money i will own all the Tesla's.. and maybe a few other really cool EV supercars.. RIMAC *cough cough*
 

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Interesting. As someone who is about to lease a model 3 while I await my Cybertruck, I agree with your thoughts.
 
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