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Tesla Cybertruck towing 11k lbs in winter...

Neil McCauley

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Cliff notes:
- 90 miles (barely)
- slowed to 50mph the last quarter of the trip
- required untrailering to charge
- 40 mins of charging (not including untrailering)
 

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And no one was surprised, lol.
I liked the part where his screen showed the cyber truck getting humped by an 18 wheeler instead of showing it was towing. Someone forgot they were going to allow these "trucks" to tow so never programming the screen to know what to show.
 

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And no one was surprised, lol.
I liked the part where his screen showed the cyber truck getting humped by an 18 wheeler instead of showing it was towing. Someone forgot they were going to allow these "trucks" to tow so never programming the screen to know what to show.
Most newer trucks have rear camera displays to show behind the trailer, not the trailer itself.
 

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Most newer trucks have rear camera displays to show behind the trailer, not the trailer itself.
Did you watch the video? that's not what i'm talking about.
Tesla uses some kind of lidar\radar\sensors to show everyyhint around it. Has nothing to do with Cameras.
When a tow is connected it should know to NOT scan what is behind it and create cars\trucks humping the Cybertruck while towing.

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