- Mar 25, 2005
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- SE valley
I think also, a lot of people simply admire the Tesla brand vehicles and will jump on the truck because they just wanted a truck instead of a car. I know I fit in that bucket. I don't have much use for a sedan personally. Every time we take my ladies car out beyond the city, I always end up regretting it as we always end up in a spot where we could do so much more if we had my truck.Isn't that comparable to the Cyber Truck range? You have to go up to the tri-motor which is 70K to get a significant increase in range.
You'll get people who want to peacock to buy the cybertruck, but I doubt it gets traction in the heartland and on job sites. Regardless, I think we are at least 5 years away if not more from blue collar, working class adoption of EVs. Range is going to have to get better especially in the more spread-out western states. Right now most of these non premium EVs won't get you from Phoenix to LA, San Diego, or Vegas.
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