A Second Look at the Tesla Cybertruck!

čas přidán 27. 01. 2023

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  • with the chevy Bolt making big waves with the lower price and good overall tech, it's going to be a hard sell for anyone to spend double on a tesla, and the lighting xlt is about 45k with huge power and a normal design it's looking harder and harder for tesla maybe they bring out a lower priced option. I know I personally will be trying to get a lower priced EV I don't want to spend 50-60k+ for a EV just a thought

  • it's hard for me to even comprehend that any automobile designer had this idea, it's equivalent to artworks of "modern" artists or architect

    • Yes.... Between '79 and '84 l was an Architect. In ''86 l entered 4 major Car Shows, winning all four. I do believe CYBRTRK is the next _CLASSIC_ imho

  • Can't wait until we do a Teardown on the Cybertruck!!!

  • My biggest concern for the legitimacy of the project is that even the Lordstown Endurance is now entered production. The Lordstown. Endurance. And anybody who knows anything about electric cars knows how much of a circus that whole development and company has been, so Tesla as a legacy automaker not being able to bring it to production at all would be very embarrassing

  • Can’t wait for the 3rd look in a couple years!

    • 😂

    • 😂😂😂😂😂😂🙆🏿‍♂️Spot on

    • @benjamintua its not self hatred, and its difinitely true. this was only all hype before and still to this day no news when it will get shipped. worst is that this is not even on par with the likes of Rivian anymore. maybe its weird looks. but so far all tesla cybertruck has been prototype that needs a lot more to be called a road worthy car. stop succking elons balls

    • @Thomas Bonnie Tribal can't answer that - and Elon can barely get you in the ballpark of a realistic timeline. When you're attempting things only a few companies in the world are - There is no telling. They give us info on what they plan to do and we can run with the ideas as we like. I'm glad you are asking - "how it it going with Hyperloop, the Mars base, intercontinental rocket flights, solar roofings?" because right now without mainly NASA, SpaceX or Tesla - none of those questions posed by you *_would_* get asked. Still a pipe dream in most cases, but at least someone is consciously aware of it right?!

    • @tribalypredisposed so where is the fully autonomus convoy Semi, where are all that robo Taxis and the flying Roadster? And while asking, how it it going with Hyperloop, the Mars base, intercontinental rocket flights, solar roofings? I bet some of this projects will come to life after all, at least with a major time delay but we all remember the Cyber quad? All people thought they would get an fully grown electric sports quad like Musk showed and than Tesla released a Kids toy. Like the Flame thrower that is actually a torch in gun Design.

  • 3:05 keep in mind the suspension is currently set to load the back. In normal suspension the front would be lower… maybe it’ll also have a “bow” mode for loading the frunk.

  • The absolute gold standard for pedestrian crash safety

    • I was thinking the same thing.

    • ​@Sujay Shah with having an reputation you mean with people who have no clue about Tesla or EVs and the fact they burn way less often than ICE cars? Have you ever heard of a guy suffocating to death in his Tesla? Nearly every fire incident actually had a crash that already killed the people in the car on the spot, because you probably need to crash your tesla with like 80-90 mph or have like 2 cars crash into one another with like 60mph+ to even get a Tesla to burn..

    • There is NO WAY this is a real product- it’s obviously a joke, I’ve been saying this since the initial reveal so I’ll guess I’ll have to wait and see

    • @Nils Frederking you just gave him another point. "FSD" is a danger

    • @Sujay Shah ICE cars catch fire more often than EVs do if you bothered to look at this statistics. And I'm sure there are manual overrides to open doors, just like they have them now for their current models. So much FUD from the haters.

  • Appreciate your review but how many years longer we hv to wait for the CT to be on the road? Tesla should be more transparent on the progress or issues they have with this CT or it will never come alive.

  • Are sharp edges really “fine I guess”? I wonder if that makes it easier to hurt yourself when loading stuff or scraping or even more damage in the event of a collision.

    • Lmao how do yall live in such a closed minded existence? You are regular people who've been told how to feel about tesla via the media. Leave design to the people that know it best. Actually, the largest American branded automobile maker. I bet yalls house stinks 🤣

    • The final design will not be this sharp it'll have curvatures

    • @Alberto Hernandez Rodriguez Yes there is a reason. There's no point to having sharp edges on normal cars. But the Cybertruck is cold rolled 30x stainless steel so curving it would be INSANELY EXPENSIVE AND EXTREMELY DIFFICULT! Just having it flat requires an 9 tonne giga press!

    • It's funny since in the video at this part you can see that the sharp corner is already totally scraped. That's the issue with sharp corners.

    • @Tio Swift I know you’re happy wasting your days as an unpaid salesperson for Elon, but that doesn’t make Muskian delusion a fact. If the cybertruck >prototype< turns out to be the actual street legal truck with no significant modifications, I will gladly eat my words.

  • I HIGHLY doubt that this will be anywhere near $50K anymore

    • prices being cut probably around 30k

    • @Aussie2u That IS, however, how it works. Sadly..

    • In 20 years.

    • @Brian Lazo Interesting. The absolute base model 3 is "$48,440".

    • @Carson model 3 was hella affordable before you and your musk hating leftist friends took office and we ended up with 10%+ inflation lmao.. But better blame Tesla and Musk for not delivering on their promise to give you an affordable EV lol. Average new car in the US currently costs like 50k, so the Model 3 is still priced below the average car in the us. Obviously new cars will always be more expensive than used ones, I feel like people complaining about prices are usually driving a used honda civic they got with 50k miles already and think when Tesla says affordable it's like 10k or sth..

  • I'm 1 million in line. The size does make me have some doubts now (I prefer a 10% size reduction). I pre-ordered the Tri-motor which is now Quad motor and will cost over 80K+. Don't know if I will cancel order or not as 80K+ is way over my budget.

  • It will have to comfortably fit at Tesla superchargers, without drivers knocking them down while parking, so it will probably end up being substantially smaller than the concept model.

  • 0:55 so funny to add a feature to a car that nobody else does and then they break more than the convinient solution that was build decades bevore. 😂

  • That is rough looking vehicle. I'll eat my hat if thing is released looking anything like it does. I'll eat my shoes if it's released and the EU states it's safe enough for their roads.

  • As an avid biker I'm really glad automakers are working hard making cars and trucks either harder to see out of or just flat out deadly!

    • @Bonanzaking ​ I fully get your point. However, those cars are hardly human scale either. The original Mini is, the original Fiat 500 is. Those carry 4 people + luggage comfortably. How I know? It used to be the gold standard for roadtrips in the EU. The point of the Twizy is not to carry 4 people across the US but one commuter to work and back. The average car carries 1.2 people during commuting hours and 1.4 people all together. See how like 90% of the commuters could use something like a Twizy or Messerschmitt? Not only use, but actually benefit? I am not promoting tiny cars for long distances, that's what trains and planes are for (although trains are hardly more efficient than electric cars). Fuel in Cali is like what, $4 per gallon? That's literally HALF of what I pay. So no, not european prices. In fact, the last time our gas was that cheap was more than 15 years ago. While it is true that safety regulations need a lot of space, that's also because cars become a lot bigger and heavier. Ofc they need to be better if instead of a 500kg car at 25kmh, a 3.5 tonne monster at 50kmh comes at you. I'm sure you're aware of the TÜV which is RIDICULOUSLY strict when it comes to vehicle safety. From my knowledge, a lot stricter than NA too. Aside from that, most weight in a car comes from shit like seat massage, HUGE screens, electric seats, blah blah, all that crap. Not to mention the size of aircon you need to cool something like a Chevy Suburban. If you have discord or telegram, I'd actually love to chat more about this in detail with calculations. Not to change your mind but rather because I think of your opinion as valuable input to this topic.

    • @Lykanruff take a stroll through the last century of automotive history and you’ll come realize vehicles pre 1970 lived in this wonderful world of no or little regulations which made a lot thing’s possible including the tiny size you miss.

    • @Lykanruff well California gas prices are more comparable to Europe unlike the rest of the US. the US did have small cars, you probably weren’t around to see them back in the days. There’s a reason toyota and Honda dominate the sedan market. But you had the good old ford pinto and fiesta. But you know they had issues blowing up in the 1970’s from the slightest rear end hit. There’s also the studebaker lark and a bunch of others. They are cars like you say, built to human scale. I still have childhoods memories of my father working on these cars in the driveway back in the 90’a once they were old cars. Some AMC cars were also rather very small, doubt you ever had a chance to see those in Europe since they went bust and got bought out by chrysler. You should really look at American 1970’s cars. The oil crisis of 73 led to the malaise era of vehicles. Everything was tiny or (European size) and woefully slow and underpowered trying to make ancient engine designs fuel efficient. There were tiny cars in the 90’s and 2000’s the POS Toyota tercel comes to mind. Not everyone had truck or SUV money even though they were cheaper than they are now Well if you park a Maverick next an old ranger its only an inch longer which isn’t terrible when you consider you go from 2 doors to four. If you park the Maverick next to an F150 it comical like one gave birth to the other. Here’s another thing perhaps you don’t realize but any automotive engineer will tell you. They can’t make vehicles as small as they used to be in part because they have to design all the regulated safety features. So a lot of those 1950 size cars you originally want are a bit of a non starter. Perhaps europe is a bit okay with some of that just like the latin American market but there a plenty of vehicles that dont fly here. I know what the smart car is, and i just googled the other one. I can’t help but laugh. Works for an individual. Never for a family on the west coast of America.

    • @Bonanzaking The US never had small cars as gas was and is insanely cheap and roads, as well as neighbourhoods are built around the cars. Europe however is built to human scale, making large cars a lot less practical. Calling the Maverick small is a bit delusional from EU standard where cars like the Smart car and Renault Twizy are rather popular. I ask you to look at international markets as we both know the US has an issue with pollution and pointing the finger at other nations rather than trying to fix the issues in their own country. I am aware small cars will never catch on in the USA but there is a chance in Europe. Japan has had Kei Cars for a long time. It is a sad fact we need to act quick and individual transport is a big issue among housing and low housing standards across the world. It wont be a comfortable future but if we want to keep the luxury of individual transport rather than busses and trains, small is the only way to go. And the sooner people realize, the bigger the chance we get to keep cars rather than being forced to use public transport for the environments sake.

    • @Lykanruff there is demand for small vehicles here, think the Maverick truck which has been sold out with waiting lists for 2 years straight. Clear sign of demand. But it ain’t 1950’s size, I should now having an f100. More like the clock went back about 15 years size wise to the size of my old ranger.

  • Still waiting for mass production 3 years later

  • What's interesting to me is that the looks of this "thing" seems straight out of a 90s movie which is what they assumed the future would prolly look like. However, like with most things most things don't look the way you imagine them in the future. If anything, cars have gotten more streamline and have a more delicate look to them. In the end, this truck will stand out when you see them out on roads. Maybe that's what they were going for.

    • It looks like a model that isn't done rendering.

  • I’ve owned a Model S since 2015 and absolutely love it. I pre ordered the CT the moment they announced but I don’t think I can support Tesla anymore purely because of Elon. Does anyone else share this concern?

  • three seats in the front is a win!

  • Even with the loading mode suspension, that ramp looks really steep compared to a normal tailgate ramp. It needs to be like 50% longer.

    • You can not work for Tesla: you pay attention to details

    • @tribalypredisposed 2nd grade math needs you back.

    • I'm highly confident that the tailgate ramp or whatever will be whatever you want it to be. Just don't start selling Tesla stock.

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  • I bet they scrap it and do a whole new design. They’ve moved too slowly and the Rivian is awesome and the F-150 will fill the needs of the more conventional. I also don’t think the Roadster will ever come out as designed. Elon has shinier new toys in Twitter and Space-X to play with and these will be abandoned like those dumbass tunnels.

  • They pulled the specifications for the Cybertruck from the website a while ago but when it was listed it was about identical to the crew cab Ford f-150 in width and length. I think city folk who have never really shopped for or looked at a pickup truck up close are the ones that keep saying this thing is "massive" and it won't fit in a garage. Specifications stated it was roughly the same size as all the other full sized four door pickup trucks out there today in the US.

  • I think Cybertruck pricing will slot in above the Model Y and below the Model S. My guess is $71,990 for the Dual Motor and $100k + for the Quad Motor.

    • Yeah. Probably same price as model X plaid for quad motor if not more. 80k for dual motor so they get the 7.5k incentive.

  • Stainless steel, pointy edges.. dont drive in thunder weather, that thing's a lighting magnet 😂

  • Marques became the king of tech and is now completing the side quest of becoming the king of electric cars😂

    • Nah bro way off...

    • He is actually the king of bullshit

    • I prefer mrwhosetheboss videos

    • cars are tech

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  • "the competitors don't have yet"? As usual Tesla gets too much credit. The CT is vapourware so comparing what actually exists with Elon's dreams and wishes is just silly. Do the comparison once you can buy and test drive a CT, whenever that is.

  • If the shipped version is anywhere near this prototype I really can not imagein how it could be legal to drive on public roads in Europe. You could not design a car more lethal and dangerous to pedestrians even if you tried to (hard thick metal sheets, sharp corners, ridiculously elevated front line, terrible viewing angles ...). Maybe that is a non-issue in the US where pedestrian hostility might be considered normal, in Europe it is illegal.

  • I’m gonna be honest, when I first saw this exactly 3 years ago, I hated the looks just like everyone else. 3 years later, it has kind of grown on me since then. Is it beautiful? No, is it going to be as iconic as a 60s European sports car? No. But I do love radical looking cars so Cybertruck would be it. Looks are subjective so if you don’t like the looks I respect your opinion. It’s not great looking generally but personally I like the looks.

  • I believe it’s taken this long for Idra in Italy to make the giga-press for this thing. I’ll be surprised it turns out as big as the concept - re: regulations, practicality - roads, parking, etc. some of the edgings could be softened in order to pass crash safety testing. If they can make it in a single colour only - then that’ll be a big cost saving. The way that silver / satin paint technology has moved on they could probably emulate the brushed steel effect pretty damn well.

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    • personally i hope these thing becomes a completely new truck or stays as a prototype. i live in Austin and ain’t noo wayyyy i’m sharing the road with crazy rich people in their oversized truck that basically has blades on it💀 even then Musk still has to deal with buying twitter, tesla stock, and the starlink in Ukraine

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  • i happy with my toyota hilux ,give me one reason why i pay for this strage thing 🤣

  • bc motor companies made improvements based on pricepoints and w/o real improvements they delayed innovation and it made it really easy to pass them up.

  • those sharp corners won't pass the regulations. not a pedestrians friendly truck.

  • Sooo... that things has been in development since 2016, was supposed to come out a year ago and the newest, best prototype they can show looks like it was put together by a couple of children at daycare? Lol.

  • Great video, you gave the first close up shot of the suspension I've seen. As for the Rivian and F150, they are not trucks, they are lifestyle vehicles. I use trucks for work, I am not abusive, but building docks is hard on trucks, and the Cybertruck is the first real truck I have seen in a long time. I just want a simple tough powerful truck, I just hope Tesla makes a bare bones tradesman trim.

  • Did you guys see the screenshot from the SpaceX engineer about how the company has had this whole system in place to "manage" Elon, ie. how to deal with his constant stupid ideas. The Cybertruck (and the robot, and probably the semi) is proof that Tesla doesn't have the same.

    • @Tio Swift I knew it. Thanks for admitting it. Now go do something else.

    • @Southstar99 Triggered 😂😂😂😂

    • @Tio Swift ok simp

    • @DJ Shado 💯

    • @Tio Swift Weird that you think this way.

  • Really a ghastly design; brutal, and so sharp on the edges it must represent a danger to pedestrians. But if it comes out at 60k they will tear up the wmarket.

  • How wide is it. I want it but if I will need 2 parking spots for it , then it is a no go for me...

  • Marques: Wow it has some sharp edges - which is fine I guess! EU laws: Allow me to introduce myself

    • @Jack Craig so it’s not because there is extremely far between every other place..?

    • @Gerrit Harteveld i would happily own it... i think it looks cool... but there is no way it will ever come to the uk... at least not in anything close to what this is... it would never pass regs with a metal front and its too heavy to drive without passing a hgv licence

    • @Nolan O Actually, the EU version is gonna be a bit smaller.

    • @Francesco Pianaroli Yes, we do. We don't have hideaway/popup headlights for the same reason the EU doesnt.

    • @Jack Craig That does not negate the liability for the driver.

  • I'm more convinced now that this is a vapor ware. Nothing on this "prototype" is mass producable.

  • Yeah, you know, I'm still doubting that it will ever get on the road. If ever, it'll take a couple years more, and at that point it will be too expensive and the competition will be miles ahead already.

  • such a deadly looking machine. Can you imagine the damage that thing could do in an accident?

  • the truck looks like a tank especially being indestructible….maybe that was his point since he’s turned in to twitter overlord

  • Feedback: I think it would be nice to include the smartphone you are recording these episodes with as it would give the viewers an idea on what said smartphone is capable of during a normal day to day. Amazing content by the way!

    • Bro just go back in his content, its not hard

    • Most current flagship phones are capable to produce similar quality, you just may need a ghimbal, some good lavmike and expertise to plan, frame, shoot and edit your videos.

    • @Broken Minato he used a lav mic (or similar) in one of the outdoor videos to deal with wind noise.

    • I was about to ask the same, I think this is the Pixel 7 pro that he is daily driving as his android phone of choice.

    • iphone 3gs

  • I find it telling how this demo that is put in a museum is so lacking in finish. The quality and lack of detailing is worse then on your average high school project. Not to mention how utterly deadly it would be to any bike users or pedestrian. This car will never be made and sold as is. By the time that it actually gets delivered I bet it will look closer to a VW Beetle than this monstrosity.

  • 1:16.. Imagine someone tripping and falling right on this edge on one of their eyes. It may or maynot happen. But with other trucks (with curve finishes), it would end up with a pain in the eye. I have a strong feeling, the damage would be more severe in case of cybertruck.

    • Well life's a bitch. So many other ways one can die in transportation, seems a bit unfair. How about we lower the speed limits to 35mph to save lives? Oh right time is money screw that.

  • "Tesla hype" might be an oversimplification. But other fair points were made. In my humble and non-expert opinion, the differentiator of Tesla products is the intangibles that the driver/owner gets to enjoy. The technology and innovation it's taken to reach this point is undoubtedly a significant factor but I think the "sweet spot" lies beyond the spec sheets. Especially when you start to compare this and other Tesla products to their competitors, who might tick more line items for a better truck, sportscar, etc than Tesla does.

  • there is one big advantage with Cybertruck - you can use it for work and not worry about scratches, bumps or other damage the truck will receive.

  • I can’t get over how this design is identical to one I made in the 1st grade.

    • lmao

    • @Josh Hitti haha

    • @HandsomeHolland I’ll just make something else that Musk will keep claiming is being executed “next year”. Next stop, Mars! Oh wait…

    • you could have become a milljoinair mate. to late now.

    • Sue them.

  • It looks like the body is just laser cut sheets out of a 4x8 sheet if SS and welded together.

  • The prototype is in a museum, would have thought that happens mostly when things are on the market or abandoned as opposed to still in development, on the way, perhaps half way done. Of course Tesla does things differently, why not this.

  • Thought the street ready model of this was supposed to be ready 3 years ago. Why are we taking this seriously when Rivian, Ford, Toyota and GM all have actual fully electric, working trucks on the market? I appreciate that Tesla helped force real car and truck makers to up their EV game but sitting around waiting for this monstrosity is silly given the current climate.

  • Hi, I liked cybertruck at first, years later I seriously doubt this design works. If it's somehow so much cheaper to cut the, what was it made from? Stainless steel? Is it for high volume vehicle more cost efficient to the point it's worth the aero loss? We all(I hope) have seen the Hyundai N74 prototype, that car has retro look yet still seem to have pretty good aero features and has curves, It doesn't look like it has but it really does. This thing? Sharp edges nothing more which really screams: "With the internals I'll have I would be able to have so much more range and performance, if I didn't have this weirdass wanna be futuristic body on me."

  • So curious what the production model will look like. I think there are going to be a ton of surprises

    • @panher The timelines usually get a lot more accurate when it comes closer and actual manufacturing lines are assembled. In 2019 it was basically a prototype with no concrete factory plans. Today the line is actually being built in Austin.

    • @maxafc46 Tesla may not have, but Elon has: "We've made the executive decision to not make this a world truck, so it does not comply with a lot of specifications in [...] the EU and stuff". -Automotive News Daily Drive; One-on-one with Elon Musk (Part 2); August 3, 2020; Quote starts at 15:31

    • ​@Muskar Tesla have never said it isn't coming to Europe. The engineers know what is legal and possible, but Elon probably just tells them to ignore it. The cybertruck is purely a marketing stunt that got a few million in free loans to Tesla with the BS $500 deposit

    • Rivian, Ford, GMC and Chevrolet are making better ones

    • @TheMagicJIZZ Tesla fanboy much? At the original event, Cybertruck was scheduled to be released in late 2021. I don't know about you, but where I live its almost 2023 and still no cybertruck.

  • Shout out to no curved body panels at all. I can’t imagine there will be any issues with glare when the sun is at the right angle. Should be great.

  • All the new vehicles Tesla announced from 2017 onward are straight myths, man. Nearly 6 years since Roadster 2.0 was announced. The day any of these things actually start shipping is gonna be wild.

  • Concept cars have been around for ages, it just used to be there was a person standing next to the concept to tell you it's just a concept. Tesla's business model is to stand there and tell you it's real.

  • The first contractor that gets a fleet of these wrapped with marketing info will be a genius. Not a sexy vehicle, but certainly eye catching

  • EV’s have just as much co2 emissions as combustion engine, actually many times more. People don’t even realize that. People don’t know what goes into making just one battery / car. It’s worse for the environment.

  • There's no way the CyberTruck will launch at $50-60k if it ever goes into production, unless some major cost-cutting measures are done. The 4680s have been diverted to the Model Y production because it's their best selling EV, & 4680 supply is low. BTW, there's no chance that you'd want to drive the CyberTruck in loading mode, it was transfer weight to the rear making a dog to control.

  • Cyber Truk undelivering on their promise might be the knock out punch to an already crumbling company, if they cant make this thing cheap enough to be competitive I reckon TSLA stock price is falling down to earth and beyond

  • when they announced this they were ahead of the curve, and now if they were to release it they would be last in the market as well as having the worst offering out of every other manufacturer that already has an EV truck on the road. they're once again proving their incompetence

  • I think managing those sheet metal qualities will be a challenge. I heard it is difficult to have straight and smooth sheet metal in stamping process especially in that size... cant wait to see them on the road.

    • @RiPPAN Unlikely that spacex and tesla are playing the same game when it comes to materials. Spacex is looking at high performance in very unique applications far before cost. Tesla will be looking at cost before performance in rather mundane, commonly predictable situations. I doubt they have an unique insight not already universally available to each other's respective applications.

    • Should be added that Elon and SpaceX has had years of knowledge gathering when it comes to stainless steel for Starship they most likely share between the companies.

    • I don't see this design doing very well when it starts selling. It looks like a coffin.

    • @Mini2nut Wouldn't the fenders be part of the exoskeleton?

    • The 3mm exoskeleton is roughly 1/8” thick. Stack two quarters together and it will give you a rough idea. I doubt the hood and fenders will be that thick due to crash requirements.

  • Absolutely. The Cyber truck is so massive that couldn't be an puck up in EU !

  • I think it's tilted back by hydraulics suspension being low at the back to facilitate loading. Too much clearance at the front, too little at the back. This is just my observation, I might be wrong. If so, once the hydraulics are levelled, there should be more visual at the front cause the angle would change.

  • Me thinks the cyber truck will give a new meaning to death metal when it comes out like this.

  • Cool, a solid steel sledgehammer slash impenetrable sarcophagus that can travel at over 100mph! Why has no one ever thought about a design like this before 🥴

  • Watching the CT roll-out I actually laughed out loud when Musk mentioned the price. The structural stainless body he described by itself would cost that much to _make_ , let alone sell the whole truck for that. There is no chance that even a stripped out base version would be less than a base Model S, even at 2019 costs.

    • @DeeperImage Automotive I agree on the condition of the car, but Tesla could indeed sell it for less. Tesla famously has an extremely high gross margin for the auto industry. The high prices that support that margin have historically come from Tesla being the only game in town and Musk's "Cool Kid" reputation. Both of those advantages are wearing pretty thin today. A couple years ago I almost bought a Model S, had the cash set aside but went by a showroom for a test drive. I just could not abide paying that much for a car with plastic "leather" seats and an interior clearly focused on cost cutting. This spring I received my Lucid Air GT. No Tesla can hold a candle to it in design, build, or the way it drives. Taycan and EQS are wonderful cars in that Model S price range. I haven't tried the BMWs yet. Polestar/Hyundai/Kia all are valid Model 3/Y competitors that I have checked out. Nicer than 3/Y. I tested a Chevy Bolt and found it to be an incredible bargain, great for a 2nd or "commuter car." fun to drive. Tesla is facing real trouble in the not-too-distant future, real competition.

    • This truck will start in the high 80s, and top out near 180k for the triple or quad motor version. Tesla can't even sell the base model Model 3 for under 60k anymore, and that car is basically a semi quick bargain Toyota Corolla interior wise. Zero luxury, zero features, poor build quality, and they want 60k plus. If you add FSD, it is now 75k.

  • I have a feeling the Cybertruck lost its momentum already. By the time this metal beast rolls out of a factory people will look at it and say: "did I sign up for this?".

  • 200 million dollar interest-free loan. The man is a genius.

  • I just want a 4x4 that works like a Chev Volt, but with a much larger battery, how on Earth can anyone go camping or out into the bush with only 600km range and no way to juice it? current offroad vehicles you can slap some jerries' in the back plus have 1200km range tank, electric trucks are silly, these are only good for city dwellers and to be honest, that's all we need, more giant 4x4's in the city, specially ones with razer sharp corners ready to impale pedestrians and cyclists.

  • Definitely cool to see it up close like this! It wasn't at the Petersen museum when I went earlier this year, but I'm not surprised they ended up with this one!

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  • I'm concerned about the crash safety. if it's so extremely hard, where are the crumple zones? And if it crashes, those sharp corners will easily penetrate materials, and cause more damage to other cars, right?

    • Gigacastings.

  • I cant wait! Its not that big compared to many trucks on the road, DONT encourage them to make it smaller

  • I'm tired of cars getting bigger and more dangerous to cyclists. I really hope that gets scaled down to something more reasonable.

  • Elon musk is scam artist you can't make a car with that type of metal😂😂😂

  • Doesnt Euro NCAP have a safety metric of a car on how much damage will it do to a pedestrian if they get hit by it? If so then the sharp corners will probably give this car a horrible score.

  • The new roadster prototype looks beautiful, wish they used this design for the model 3 and s

  • Great video, but you also get a tesla because the fast charging infrastructure this this time. Every other brand does not have that option. Now I heard a rumor that Tesla will allow other companies to use the tesla chargers, but it appears those companies would have to adopt the standard Tesla set. I wish they would.

  • As a truck enthusiast of over 50 years, owning trucks from Dodge Dakota to a T800 Kenworth, I'm not getting a Cybertuck primarily for its design but for its capabilities. Stainless steel skin, impervious to dents a scratches or rust, bulletproof glass, no problem with rock chips. Air compressor and 240/120 volt hookups, 15 or 16 inches of ground clearance, 3000 pound payload and 14000 pound towing capacities, the cab holds 6 big men including 6 to 7 footers, 500 miles of range. I've owned Ford's, GMs and Chrysler trucks and cars, except for Delorean nobody made a production vehicle of stainless steel. Why?

  • I'm always surprised when people are surprised at how large it is. It is intended to take on the F150 directly, and the size follows.

    • i want to know basic stats like the length.

    • Lmao, it won't take anything. This thing won't be released until 3rd gen of F150 Lighting.

    • The Tesla Cybertruck has a bulls eye on the F-150 truck during development.

    • He said it's the size of an f250... The f250 is both longer and taller than the F-150

  • Honestly, I’m not a big Truck guy.. I grew up with them, as my dad owned and operated a Lawn & Landscaping Company and he obviously used trucks as fleet vehicles and he recently sold and has retired but, If I were to be looking for an Electric Truck, it would likely not be the Tesla CyberTruck despite it’s attractive performance and the temptation of having access to the Tesla supercharger Network. It’s styling is just too out there for me and struggles already to look good to a majority of people now.. and I don’t thing the styling will grow on people with time. I really like the Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T and even GM’s 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV is growing on me a little bit.. although really don’t like most GM cars.

  • At around 1:17, you recognize that the Cybertruck has sharp corners but then add that "it should be fine, I guess." I disagree with this part. Cars are supposed to be safe for not just passengers but also others who use roads. The question here is: are these sharp edges more dangerous than other cars to a cyclist or another motorist who crashes into it?

  • Maybe I am missing it, or maybe the people looking at the cybertruck just aren't truck people... it just doesn't register as "massive" to me. Is it really any bigger than a normal pickup? Anyone that has a real full sized truck is used to them not fitting in garages and having trouble parking. I am looking at this as someone that has owned everything from a Nissan Leaf to an F250 Crew Cab Long bed. My wife's excursion (basically an F250) barely fits through a garage door without hitting the top and is 20 ft from grill guard to hitch receiver. I'm still not really a fan of the styling; I think Rivian did a great job on that. After owning and working out of an EV for a year, I swore I would never buy another EV unless it was a Tesla (or had a similar charging network established and well maintained).

  • F150 Lightning & Rivian will be on their 2nd or 3rd generations by the time the Cybertruck is available, if ever. Hummer will sell more EVs than Tesla sells of these. Amazing SEMA showpiece, Elon!

  • If given the choice between the Cybertruck, R1T or Lightning, I'd take the R1T or more likely even the R1S. Cybertruck just seems overhyped at this point.

    • I like the lightning, but nobody can buy any of those they are sold out all the time

  • Something like this would never get approval in Euro NCAP VRU (pedestrian) testing... it's amazing that apparently none of these reviewers even consider the safety of pedestrians (or any other road users) when talking about this sharp stainless steel monstrosity.

  • Love how they have the Cyber Quad there to show you ALL the AMAZING things you can do with your no-longer existent cyber-quad💀💀💀💀

  • 3:20 Should have noted that the front suspension is all the way up so it effects how close in front of the truck the driver can see.

  • For thirty years, auto manufacturers have been able to mount sheet metal that is evenly spaced. Not sure why Tesla can't do this. They're vehicles always looks like a bad high school auto shop job. If they're that sloppy with something so obvious, has to be complete crap.

  • As far as the door handles: I thought when they showed the new prototype it had gotten rid of the handles and instead just opens when you approach - which seems kinda iffy to do properly. What if some peeps walk up to it as you're walking away, will it open for them? I imagine that auto-doors will require someone standing in front of the driver's door with the RFID key before it will open doors for other passengers, but how will it not open in the wrong situation without causing reliability issues when you want it to open. I would think that a mechanical failsafe would be a good idea. Counting on automation sounds like a recipe for really bad happenings.

    • @Tech Almighty the "cyber"truck wasn't actually meant to be used by anyone who needs a truck. it's meant to be an exercise in fart-sniffing.

    • @Cant think of name Yeah Amen. I'm not a fan of there being no permanently accessible handle.

    • Lmao you worried about someone walking up to it? What about when the car flips and the battery dies and catches fire and you are unable to help yourself. The bystanders try to help you but are unable to grab the door handles that are stuck in the door and the window is too difficult to pull you through.

    • Auto-open front doors already exist on the Model X and have for several years without too much issue. There are still the electric door handles and mechanical backup release if you need them, and the feature can be turned off.

    • Yeah, thats what i was thinking too. What if it fails? You cant open yoir dppr at the outside. Considering these types of vehicles is to be ridden At the harshest of the harshest conditions.

  • Oh, they fixed the window.. 🙂

  • Now I am confused about the size. I saw another video that claimed the Cybertruck is no larger than a F-150 or Dodge Ram, however, without photos to back that statement up. You do have a photo and it does look big, but no one is standing next to it to give a point of reference. This matters to me as I pre-ordered one several years ago. Otherwise, very nice video and talk.

  • Why the hell are the door handles flush when you're parked? You don't need aerodynamics then. They should only be retracted when you're driving, then you don't have to worry about being locke3d out of your car when the handles get stuck.

  • You should consider doing a review of the new Mullen Five. Seems like a really cool car that people don't know about.

  • Just swapping an ICE car with an EV isn’t going to do much for the environment. It’s good if you depend on a vehicle and have heavy loads to move regularly I suppose but this trend is probably going to do very little by way of positive impact towards climate change; and end up being more harmful in the worst case scenario owing to how harmful battery disposal is.

  • The truck look so great when Elon drove it in New York .... all of the lights of the city was flashing on it and it looked Gorgeous .

  • Can't wait to get mine. Replacing my '06 RAM MegaCab. And after towing with my Model Y, this will be a BEAST!

  • looks like a movie prop

  • Nice video. Would like a better look at the interior. Thought the range originally was going to be close to 500mi. I would definitely get a cybertruck. Hoping for availability in 2024.

  • I really do not think the cybertruck is the way to go. Elon caught the world by storm but has been doing a lot of things that are controvertial and do not inspire confidence. He also announced the cybertruck in 2019 and as he said "there wasn't competition" but that doesn't mean that the cybertruck was standing alone scince it wasn't standing at all! Despite being the first to be presented it hasn't arraived yet, that again raises doubt. He also made a small poit in aerodynamics and range, scince range is a big factor in ev's they should aim to be aerodynamic to make for better range without going all out on weight but I don't think the doorhandles and rim caps make the difference when you have a cybertruck scince it is compleatly sharp angles! In general to be aerodynamic you want to be gentle with your bodylines and this truck looks like someone took a half decently aerodynamic truck shape and made it low polygon, ruining the aerodynamics of it in the process. And for that I really do not think this is the way to go. Also it looks like this truck isn't comming soon scince frok the video the finish on those edges looks scuffed (and you don't want that in showcars)