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Neil deGrasse Tyson 25 Nov 19
Replying to @elonmusk
Electric vehicles are famously heavy - over both axles. It’s all about the weight borne by spinning tires. That’s the source of traction, not the engine power.
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Elon Musk 25 Nov 19
Replying to @neiltyson
Electric motors also have insane torque. If we load both trucks to the max, electric still wins. Physics is the law, everything else is a recommendation.
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John D. Nov 29
Replying to @elonmusk
Elon, can we please make sure Tesla CyberTruck does NOT do this when it’s fully loaded? (This is what FORD F350 did when it was loaded with 3,000 pounds of payload in the bed)
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Elon Musk Nov 30
Replying to @Real_John_D
That’s why Cybertruck has active suspension height & damping control
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Sunny Dec 17
Replying to @Gunzs4 @elonmusk
Not bad for a prototype. Not like bullet- proof glass is new but on a standard passenger vehicle...that's so cool
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Ian McDermot 🧢 24 Nov 19
Replying to @elonmusk
That thing is an actual tank
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dan428 24 Nov 19
Replying to @ianmcdermot @elonmusk
It’s gunna murder anyone it gets into an accident with tbh
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Lou 24 Nov 19
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