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- CEO Elon Musk responded to a Tweet pitching an idea for a fold-down window on the upcoming electric pickup.
- The truck's rear window would need to roll down into the wall, which then could fold inward and be flush with the rear seats, which are also folded down.
- The Cybertruck starts at $39,900 for the single motor with rear-wheel drive, and tops out at $69,900 for the tri motor with all-wheel drive.
A Tesla fan account tweeted at Tesla CEO Elon Musk with an idea for the upcoming Cybertruck pickup: a drop-down rear window and flat-folding rear seats so that longer items can be stored in the truck's bed. In typical Elon fashion, the Tesla CEO responded to the idea, saying, "Worth considering."
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Worth considering— Elon Musk (@elonmusk)
This wouldn't be the first time the Tesla CEO has taken a Twitter user's idea for a feature on one of his cars. A Tesla owner on Twitter pitched Musk the idea for, a climate-control feature that leaves the A/C on when a pet is in the car with a message that reads: "My owner will be back soon. Don't worry! The heater [or A/C] is on and it's XX degrees." Musk simply responded with "Yes," and the feature was later added in an over-the-air software update.
The idea for the folding rear wall, which Musk says is worth considering, suggests that the Cybertruck's rear window would be able to roll down into the wall, which then could fold inward and be flush with the rear seats, which are also folded down. It's not far-fetched, because thepickup had a similar to this.
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EV startuprecently . In the and , there's a Passthrough and Frunkgate, allowing storage of items in the trucks that are as long as the vehicles themselves. The Passthrough goes directly down the middle of the truck right in between the driver's- and passenger-side seats.
We don't know much about the Cybertruck's dimensions, or what's under the floor, but the idea could be possible., Musk noted that the Cybertruck will look similar to the prototype version, but it needs to improve visibility and shrink by about five percent. If Musk does bring @TeslaTruckClub's idea into fruition, the fold-down wall would be perfect for storing long items and for camping under the stars.
The Tesla Cybertruck starts at $39,900 for the single-motor model with rear-wheel drive, and it tops out at $69,900 for the tri-motor version with all-wheel drive. Production is scheduled to commence late next year.
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