Its PS1-era model will allow it to glitch through walls due to poor collision detection.
See I like that. It looks shiny. Tesla Truck looks like a triangle refrigerator.It reminds me a lot of the Citroen Karin, I'd be very surprised if no one on the design team had seen it before
A firmware update actually gave some owners of the model 3 an extra 15 mile range on their batteriesI figured there would be enough stupid Tesla fanboys to buy this, but 150k preorders? Christ, I didn't think it'd be that bad.
This truck is top of the list of ugliest vehicles I've seen. I already wouldn't buy a Tesla simply because they can remotely do things to it since they are always connected to Tesla, but even if that wasn't the case, I would never buy this ugly fucking thing.
And the glass breaking thing is hilarious. They didn't test that before hand? The 500mi range is pretty fucking good though.
The ATV was actually pretty intriguing. I think only packaging it with the uglytruck is dumb. I bet there's quiet a few electric-curious people who don't want to risk $40,000 on a Model 3, but would drop a couple grand to try out the ATV.Even vehicles with rear cameras still have wing and rear-view mirrors.
It's not going to score very well on safety. No wing mirrors (especially important if you load something like their ATV on it), a non-existent crumple zone, and anyone who gets hit by it head-on will be significantly injured because of the angular design.
Their electric ATV is pretty neat, but apparently you can only get it with the Cybertruck, which is rather unfortunate. The ATV would sell more on its own than Tesla's attempt at reinventing the pickup.
Yeah. I remember when a hurricane was bearing down on FL and everyone was leaving, they remotely increased the range of the shorter range model S's to have the range of the longer range ones.A firmware update actually gave some owners of the model 3 an extra 15 mile range on their batteries
$6,500 for them to change a 0 to a 1.For a period of time, Tesla sold the Models S and X with a 75 kWh pack that was limited by software to 60 or 70 kWh. For $6,500, owners could upgrade to the full 75 kWh capacity.
I think those ATVs will wind up being cool.The ATV was actually pretty intriguing. I think only packaging it with the uglytruck is dumb. I bet there's quiet a few electric-curious people who don't want to risk $40,000 on a Model 3, but would drop a couple grand to try out the ATV.