H3ll yeah! It is an unique and excellent vehicle and I would drive it in a heartbeat.
Looks retro ? Have you seen the Starlink satdish router ? Gorp , is that you ?Looks retro... It's a 1980s video game polygon-shaped truck. Guess the designers didn't have the compute to design or render higher resolution smoother designs.
EDIT: Someone should make a back-to-the-future fake scene of "the future" in the movie with one of those Cybertrucks in the background. Totally would fit the style of such a 1980s movie.
For example:Looks retro ? Have you seen the Starlink satdish router ? Gorp , is that you ?
Then it is a shame a steel company is currently building a huge billion dollar plant just to supply steel for the truck.... I think it is already about 3/4 built and about 150 miles from giga factory Texas. The Texas gigafactory also has equipment being installed for it right now. I have no doubt it will be built eventually. Just look at how invested Tesla is with FSD. They are building their own super computer DOJO just to train the AI with their own designed D1 processors. You can disrespect Elon all you want but he already has changed the EV world along with space travel.LOL Elon is insane. They will never actually produce this truck for customers, because it would be such a nightmare to manufacture and the promised specs are impossible.
so yeah of course the "price" is cheap if you're silly enough to believe the car will ever be delivered. What you're actually doing is giving Tesla a tax-free loan when they ask for "reservation", because everyone will eventually cancel after 10 more years of Cybertruck production delays.
It wasn't Musk, but Franz, and it wasn't a hammer, but a steel ball.The hammer ( by Musk) to the side window helped the looks
Yep and yep.It wasn't Musk, but Franz, and it wasn't a hammer, but a steel ball.
Probably will sell a few more after that "failure" than if it had gone off flawlessly. It isn't newsworthy when things test out properly. Failure on stage is free publicity.
What people don’t understand is EV’s don’t need a huge engine compartment. They should be designed for best aerodynamics to increase range. I believe the cybertruck was designed with this is mind. Could it be a little less futuristic? Yes! Though Tesla thinks outside the box. You’ll be able to charge the Cybertruck in under 20 minutes. The Ford Lightning looks like any other pickup and you’ll need to search for a working DC fast charger and still not charge anywhere near what Tesla can do.Status-seeking? The "look at me" effect (narcissism)? The "cool tech" effect?
Sounds ripe for American buyers.