EV Tesla Cybertruck

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What I love most about this thing is the “fuck you” to looking or functioning anything like a big brand, or any really, would produce.

Every truck, car, SUV is essentially the same shape with subtle styling differences unique to the brand.
And “truck guys” will hate it. That’s a huge turn on
 

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isn't that a turn on of a ridgeline though too?

except, dare i say, a ridgeline is a far better functional piece than whatever the cybertruck may or may not be once it exists.
For what reason is a ridgeline more functional than a cybertruck? The cybertruck has both a lower and higher suspension, storage under the bed, a larger bed than full sized pickups, 4 wheel steering, can undoubtedly tow more, way faster… etc…. Of course it’s more expensive but these days a ridgeline is flirting with $50k so it’s not exactly cheap either
 

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For what reason is a ridgeline more functional than a cybertruck? The cybertruck has both a lower and higher suspension, storage under the bed, a larger bed than full sized pickups, 4 wheel steering, can undoubtedly tow more, way faster… etc…. Of course it’s more expensive but these days a ridgeline is flirting with $50k so it’s not exactly cheap either


every pic i've seen of the cybertruck bed has it look tiny as fuck?

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ridgeline has underbed storage as well.

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50k? i mean kinda?

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does anyone actually care about 4 wheel steering? i mean these vehicles aren't big enough for it to matter, are they? or can people just really not drive

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to be fair, elon prob does know more about manufacturing than anyone else on earth because he micromanages every single aspect of the entire process and started a car company from scratch, which is pretty nuts.

this thing is still ugly but people love attention so i'm sure it'll sell like crazy. Like 95% of half ton trucks sold today, it'll never be used to do "truck stuff" (certainly won't be used to tow even short-ish distances)
 

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to be fair, elon prob does know more about manufacturing than anyone else on earth because he micromanages every single aspect of the entire process and started a car company from scratch, which is pretty nuts.

this thing is still ugly but people love attention so i'm sure it'll sell like crazy. Like 95% of half ton trucks sold today, it'll never be used to do "truck stuff" (certainly won't be used to tow even medium distances)
Except he didn't start Tesla from scratch 😂
 

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Except he didn't start Tesla from scratch 😂
We've been through this before. He bought controlling interest of the company when they were still years away from actually building anything. Bought in in 2004 and they didn't make their first car until 2008, with the first mass-produced car in 2012.

So yeah he damn near started from zero, they certainly weren't manufacturing anything when he bought in.
 
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