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One pugly bad boy!

But it might grow in me to like it -- so I ordered one.

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I have not been so shocked in a long time. Don't like it. I hope it sells. Can't see how it could tow a fifth wheel even a small one. I have often griped about how tall the bed rails are and this is a whole order of magnitude worse. Not going to reach over the side to grab your tool caddie or anything else.

Ford, Chevy, Rivian and the rest should have no worries.

Some kid has got to tell the emperor he has no clothes.


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@time2roll - Thanks for showing the picture -- do you agree with me that it's ugly?

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time2roll wrote:


I have not been so shocked in a long time. Don't like it. I hope it sells. Can't see how it could tow a fifth wheel even a small one. I have often griped about how tall the bed rails are and this is a whole order of magnitude worse. Not going to reach over the side to grab your tool caddie or anything else.

Ford, Chevy, Rivian and the rest should have no worries.

Some kid has got to tell the emperor he has no clothes.


Yeah, I agree, it's not meant to be a work truck. One analyst actually anticipated that it will be a truck for millennials who wants a cab to load his surf board.

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Here is the current contract so that Turtle can add to the list when the truck is delayed.

"Fully refundable. You will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in late 2021. Tri Motor AWD production is expected to begin in late 2022."

https://www.tesla.com/cybertruck/design#battery

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ROTFLMAO, 1970's called and they want there wedge car back! LMAO

Is this some sort of a joke?


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I ordered the basic as I would only use it to tow my TT and grocery getter. I would think that like my daughter's Tesla X, it will be upgradable or customizable.

I'm not sure if it's advisable to go on auto-pilot while towing a trailer.

Besides, the price is so attractive.

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[emoticon] Hi, that has to be a joke, until the real truck is ready to be shown. Looks like a Delorean - Chalet.


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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

@time2roll - Thanks for showing the picture -- do you agree with me that it's ugly?

Very, very ugly and looks like it was put together in a backyard

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Turtle n Peeps wrote:

ROTFLMAO, 1970's called and they want there wedge car back! LMAO

Is this some sort of a joke?

No unfortunately it is not April 1st

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