Tesla Master Plan: Part Deux

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Surely an EMP would knock out any local electrical infrastructure that you'd need to charge the thing?

Okay, your truck has survived the EMP and is in perfect working order, but you've got 210 miles before it's effectively bricked.
As it turns out, Cybertruck owners and doomsday preppers have a large overlap in that they both spend large amounts of money on things that probably won't actually work, should they get into a situation where they would really need them.
 
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As it turns out, Cybertruck owners and doomsday preppers have a large overlap in that they both spend large amounts of money on things that probably won't actually work, should they get into a situation where they would really need them.
As Mike Tyson said, "Etheryone has a plan until they get punched in the faths".
 
More Cyberstuck Simps bragging about their Incelmino and it's capabilities:


Four cases of water and some potting soil? I carried more than that in my Volvo C30. There are hundreds of these videos all over social media too. It's like the people who bought these never actually owned a truck before and are trying to justify owning something that falls apart by looking at it.
 
I transported a six foot refrigerator in my old 2005 Daihatsu Charade L250(hatch open no doubt) :sly: . It was labelled as a van for a reason, but carrying water is his idea of truck stuff?
 
I find it amusing that potting soil has apparently become the measuring stick of the Cybertruck's hauling ability, given that the average bag of potting soil weighs... 15, 20 pounds max?
 
I've loaded my minivan with more than this without putting a single seat down. A literal ton of boulders, pulling a trailer filled with more tons of gravel, still seats 7, and that's only because I have the nice middle row chairs, otherwise it'd be still seats 8.

I think I might be able to carry those soil bags in my MR2. The trunk is kinda surprising on that car.

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The thing about the MR2 though, is that the bags wouldn't slide around, and it's probably easier to get them in. If you're worried about the bags being dirty or letting some soil out, a little plastic or canvas tarp takes care of it.

When I bought the MR2 is had aftermarket wheels on it but the seller told me that he had the originals. When I got the car I didn't see the wheels anywhere and was like... where are they? He told me he'd included them.

They were in the trunk! Tires and all.
 
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More Cyberstuck Simps bragging about their Incelmino and it's capabilities:


Four cases of water and some potting soil? I carried more than that in my Volvo C30. There are hundreds of these videos all over social media too. It's like the people who bought these never actually owned a truck before and are trying to justify owning something that falls apart by looking at it.

Yeah I could definitely get this much stuff in my Boxster.
 
More Cyberstuck Simps bragging about their Incelmino and it's capabilities:


Four cases of water and some potting soil? I carried more than that in my Volvo C30. There are hundreds of these videos all over social media too. It's like the people who bought these never actually owned a truck before and are trying to justify owning something that falls apart by looking at it.

Gotta admit when I first got my Sequoia I was excited about really lame “truck stuff”. But then I actually did truck stuff like towing car trailers hundreds of miles, damaging it off-road, carrying payloads and towing trailers that both exceeded its ratings at the same time, etc. It’s currently covered with mud on the outside and full of straw and dirt on the inside from yard work. Do that with a $100k vehicle.
 
I'm still hopeful for Next-gen Y (Is it still being called Juniper?). I'd like them to go hood clamshell to bring the frunk holding cell a little closer to the bumper and a little wider for a golf bag. Would be great if it were just a touch longer in the cargo area, as well.

I've driven with FSD several times now, and I gotta say, since the last month of updates it's significantly better. Besides it prompting me for input at times to make sure I was awake, etc., I really didn't have to intervene at all. I like that you can give it a touch of accelerator to nudge it forward to close gaps and not be so laggardly when approaching a stop or inching out in traffic. It tries to regen brake as quickly as possible when it sees a red light, and then it hauls ass back up to the speed limit once the light changes and it's clear ahead. While it's awesome that it drives slow-in fast-out like a hyper miler, it can be a little annoying for the rest of traffic. So, yeah, the nudge feature really works well. Driving in FSD feels like being in a simulation. When you drive a gas car again it's a little strange to re-form that connection to the car.
 
More Cyberstuck Simps bragging about their Incelmino and it's capabilities:


Four cases of water and some potting soil? I carried more than that in my Volvo C30. There are hundreds of these videos all over social media too. It's like the people who bought these never actually owned a truck before and are trying to justify owning something that falls apart by looking at it.

brb gonna go take photos of my weekly garden center trip to astonish and amaze Tesla Twitter
 

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