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- Mar 29, 2020
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- Melbourne, Australia
- Subaru STI, KTM450EXC
Crissa : "GM's size seems less likely to produce the agility to shift the Hummer if the EU is barring big trucks." !!!!!!!!!!!! (post 118 from this topic )Nowhere did I assert that the EU was banning anything.
Crissa : You on the other hand, have asserted multiple times that the Cybertruck can't pass some specific regulation and yet never actually point out which regulation it's failing
Geo : Forgive me, Yes, I have repeated some idiot random guy's (or girl's) unfounded opinion
Elon Musk : " We are designing the CT to meet the American Spec,
Cos if you try to design a car to meet the Global spec . . . the super set of global requirements, it basically . . .
YOU CANT MAKE THE CYBERTRUCK, ITS IMPOSSIBLE . So it really is designed for the American market. . .
And then I think for . . . we’ll probably make an international version of Cybertruck, kind of smaller,
like a tighter Wolverine Package.
It’ll still be cooler, but it’ll be smaller cos you just can’t make a giant truck like that for most markets, so yep its gonna be great. "
Here’s what ELON said specifically. From Q & A of the presentation at Battery Day 22/9/2020.
Someone help Crissa take Elon hostage and demand to know exactly why "its impossible" for the Cybertruck to pass the Euro regulations, (and associated markets) and Phuken either make him do his homework again . . . . . or put a gun to Elon's head, to put a gun to the Euro regulators head, and write a ransom note threatening, that if they don't allow the Original Cybertruck to be homologated for sale in the general market there, ( a little verbose I know, you use your own words),
he will aim the next Falcon 9 Heavy launch into the Euro Presidents chocolate starfish.
To get Elon to man up, to stop working on the Wolverine Cybertruck, cos Crissa doesn't want any alternative Cybertruck to be sold to anyone who even may prefer it, to the Original one.
"Impossible" is a state of mind, and Elon should know that better than anyone.
P.S. Psst Psst, I also confess, I have not read all the Euro Regulations on vehicles, I have not had access to and carefully considered the design blueprints of the Cybertruck, or the truck itself, and do not know how exactly it is put together, or where it fails or succeeds in meeting any Euro Regulation. But perhaps you have Crissa !