And a large portion of full-size truck sales are for chassis-cab configs to businesses (for adding on various third-party beds).Do people not realize HOW MANY F150's, Silverado 1500's and Ram 1500's are sold every year?
Larger businesses will switch to electric quickly. Total cost of ownership will win them over.It should be interesting, though, when Ford rolls out the all Electric F150, and GM (maybe) brings out the Hummer. I'll be interested in seeing what the good ole boys think about that.
And a large portion of full-size truck sales are for chassis-cab configs to businesses (for adding on various third-party beds).
That's a very large portion of the truck market that the cybertruck won't be able to address.
The problem is that the cybertruck doesn't have a frame. There is no "sled". The bed is an integral part of the exoskeleton.That's precisely what I suggested to Elon on Twitter when he asked for Cybertruck ideas... They're missing out on a LOT of sub-markets doing what they did
You can be working on a final design without being finished. Would you say looking if it was finished? I think you would say looks if it was finished.