Tesla will not sit on the side of the road like an electric truck Hummer electric car with Rivian R1T Attract customers with features.Elon Musk has disclose Tesla is increasing rear-wheel steering Cyber Truck Helping electric vehicles maneuver with “high agility”. In other words, this is a rough answer to Hummer’s “crab mode” and R1T’s tank turning. You may not have too much trouble in sharp turns or tricky off-road scenes.
Musk also reiterated that the Cybertruck design will be “almost exactly the same as you saw when it was launched in November 2019,” although he ridiculed that there are many “other great things” in the pipeline. Pickup trucks will still be put into production at the end of 2021.
Rear-wheel steering may actually be necessary. Even by truck standards, Cybertruck is huge-if it is difficult to drive out of the parking lot, this may be a difficult sale.In addition, competitors like GMC and Rivian Ford All are launching electric trucks that may match or sometimes exceed Tesla’s feature set. Since the launch of Cybertruck, this category has changed. If the technology is not updated, Tesla may lose some of its business.
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