No, me neither. But as someone who has been an active observer, and erstwhile participant in ‘society’ these last 4 decades, I can tell you it’s certainly the EV of the future I came to expect.
I guess this site is basically done then.
I have a 2018 Sequoia one of the times per year that we fill it with kids and cargo is when dropping the kids off at sleepaway camp. We’re able stuff in a few gigantic duffel bags and still get all 3 kids seated too. Read more
The fact that it exists…
Even just from the perspective of an automotive lighting engineer, it’s really easy to tell that this is just a glorified design buck- something akin to a showcar. FAR from a production prototype.
Where are the mandated front and rear reflectors? Where are the side markers? It looks over-width, too, so where are the… Read more
exoskeleton get the fuck over yourself dude. its a unibody. theyve had them forever. hell hondas sold a unibody truck for almost twenty years now. and noone knows what the power and range are. fanboys were happy as hell they got the most powerful 500 mile+ triple motor ct and then phony starks like, oh were not doing… Read more
The Palisade is an Aston Martin DB5 compared to the Cybertruck.
I suspect that by the time they start delivering these (if they ever do) pretty much every OEM who sells trucks will have an EV truck of some kind. People who want something familiar will go with the F-150 Lightning, or the Silverado EV when it comes out, or whatever Ram is cooking up. Want something different than… Read more
I mean it has literal cutting edges so the metaphor is physical reality. Metaphysical seems like it should work here but it doesn’t so instead we have phorphy.
That doesn't exist. Either
Did you not see the second picture in the article not showing the notch interfering with a program or did you just jump into the comments to bitch about a notch?
Parler is calling you, run to them
Name checks out.
Come on, this thing is probably pretty great. If we required everything to be strictly necessary we’d all be driving Priuses.
I work in one of those service departments and tbe Defenders aren’t coming in much at all since the first run of 110s in the Summer/Fall of 2020. And almost all of those issues were software bugs. Read more
My perception has been the opposite. I’ve seen a few out in the wild now, and I think it looks a lot better in person than in the pictures.