Author Topic: Addressing climate change  (Read 8225 times)

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Offline segnosaur

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Re: Addressing climate change
« Reply #270 on: November 29, 2019, 03:08:12 pm »
I have no idea the dimensions, the bed just looks small from the photos.
Again, the fact that it 'looks small' doesn't necessarily mean that it is small.

A combination of the design (the way the cab leads into the cargo area) and the overall size of the truck may make it look like it has limited capacity, but would (in theory) meet people's cargo capacity as well as most other trucks of the same category.
This truck isn't geared toward blue collar workers or rural folk (who don't care about EVs and want gas and won't have the access to charging infrastructure as much anyways), they wouldn't touch this futuristic design with a pole, it's geared toward Marty McFly and urban hipsters...
Now there might be some truth to this... that some people might be adverse to this vehicle because its design is too radical for them. (For example, I have a few older family members who had or have pickup trucks, and I suspect most of them would avoid it because, well, they are older and less interested in 'new' stuff.)

But that doesn't mean the truck wouldn't suit their needs, or doesn't have the capacity that they would want, just that their own preferences would keep them from buying one.

(Well, there is also the problems that Tesla has with availability and quality control of their product lines.)