Will you use Cybertruck as a daily driver? What are you trading in?

Bigfoot DeLorean

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Cybertruck would most likely be my DD. I usually take a train to work, about a 4mi one way drive. If it has a solar roof, I may never need to charge it. Steel panels would be impervious to parking lot dings, and remote HVAC controls are a game changer for Chicago hot summers and frigid winters. Will switch to home supply hauling on weekends. My garage is 252” deep - that leaves 30” of clearance. Pretty tight...but at least it would fit. Garage is heated and already has a 60V charger already installed by previous owner for a Cadillac - should be easy to replace with the right Tesla charger. Will definitely get the quad to use as a UTV - would be amazing if you could put a plow or snow thrower on it.

Trade in depends on driving quality - the RR is awesome in that respect. But would sell the RR if it gets no use after the CT shows up...or more likely, the wife will commandeer it and sell her ride.
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CT will be my DD. It’ll replace a 15 Outback as my wife’s DD, which my kiddo will take to college, and a 12 Pathfinder that we use to tow a boat. The boat will be our last remaining ICE including yard equipment, which have been battery electric for the last 5 years, my wife will DD our 2019 Model 3.
 

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Daily driver for me. I pull a few trailers around for work and pleasure. A34’ airstream, a 25’ boat.... and a 16’ utility trailer. Getting rid of a gmc 2500 pick up. Truck is fine... but at 11 mpg..... yuck. Just want to go all electric as I do not travel real long distances much.
 

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Definitely the daily driver! I am imagining I will have to fight my wife for it though. She wasn't excited about it at first but now she can't wait. That 500+ mileage range will be really nice for business travel.
 

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DD when I'm not on a bike. Suburban will go to the next lucky owner.
 

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Just what do you mean by DAILY Driver.... I sometimes don't drive for a week. It will be my only vehicle.
 

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I'm excited to see these trucks start rolling around the streets. I plan to daily drive mine, however many of my students were surprised that this was going to be my primary vehicle.

I'll be trading in my 2018 VW Atlas and going all in, driving it daily. What is your plan?
I’ll be driving it daily too. I’m getting rid of my Honda Ridgeline, I hope it makes it through the two year wait for the CT. I haul rubbish occasionally and looking forward to see if I can use my TIG welder plugged to the truck.
 

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Saying aloha to the Honda Accord (over 500K) and the F-150 and downsizing the garage. I believe the CT will exceed all my transportation needs for many years to come. My daily round trip distance from the house is only 24 miles and it's on 2-lane country roads so it's an easy commute and hopefully in about a year it may drop to 8 miles. I used to drive 1 hour 15 minutes each way to work so I am loving it.
 

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Planning on CT being my daily driver. Will be trading in a BMW X5 40e.
 
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Daily driver. I have a 2004 Toyota Matrix that has 277k miles on it and some pretty bad oil leaks. I am hoping the Matrix makes it until I get the CT. It's a long wait!
 

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The CT will be my daily driver. It will replace my 2015 Tahoe. I am getting the tri-motor for range, however, I only need the extra range for hurricane evacuation in the Florida Keys. I would be pulling a cargo trailer so the 500 Mile range would be cut in about half due to towing a trailer. That's enough to get me to the mainland. This is my first Tesla.
 

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Yes DD, will be replacing our Mini Cooper.
 
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