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Elon Musk announce the Tesla Cybertruck

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SkyMan

I'll take a 2 door with a regular bed.

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Goetz1965

Pangit !

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to_dave007

Embarrassing moment when the glass breaks.

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RogerDuMond

An electric DeLorean

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20 minutes ago, RogerDuMond said:

An electric DeLorean

Yeah, it would be a lot more appealing if it had a Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor instead of an electric motor.

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cookie47

All those sharp edges, reminiscent of the B2  or  F117 bomber

Just in case someone wants to lock a missile on to you..

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8 hours ago, cookie47 said:

All those sharp edges, reminiscent of the B2  or  F117 bomber
 

Yeah, if the panels were carbon fiber it might save you on some speeding tickets.  Until they use a laser gun on you.  

As far as I know in the US, side mirrors aren't actually required, but they are kind of handy.

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4 hours ago, SkyMan said:

side mirrors

In Aus, Drivers side compulsory. 

Passenger side "required if" center view can be restricted due to cargo or passengers ie, pickup truck. 

Center internal mirror  recommended but not compulsory as long as vehicle has both external mirrors. (this rule is to cover commercial vehicles with no rear vision possible.... 

Some flexibility with vintage and classic vehicles. 

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DeedleNuts

Tesla is making a pickup. Sort of. 

https://www.tesla.com/cybertruck?redirect=no

 

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https://www.tesla.com/xNVh4yUEc3B9/11_Desktop_Video.mp4

 

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At first I thought it was so ugly it wrapped around to not-ugly, but now I'm tending to calling it 'striking'.

They are allowing people to order a self driving option, which is sort of cool. We will see, I don't hate it, and I did get in line for ah, at least one. Some things will likely have to change for this little gem to get past DOT, but if they don't deviate too much it might make a decent car as long as it's not a person's only car. 

 

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Discuss.

 

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David_LivinginTalisay

Looks great! 

Any Dealer in the Philippines ?

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rizla

I think your first idea was correct lol, ugly in the extreme, this is more like a truck

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The futuristic Rivian R1T is an all-electric pickup truck from new American startup brand Rivian, and it promises more than 400 miles of driving range and acceleration times comparable with those of a supercar. The company says that the revealed truck is no concept vehicle—what you see here is what will enter production in roughly two years as the 2021 Rivian R1T. At 215.6 inches long, the crew-cab-only R1T splits the difference in size between mid-size pickups such as the new Ford Ranger and full-size trucks such as the Ram 1500.

https://www.caranddriver.com/rivian/r1t

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