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Posted by JamesCameron
 - February 20, 2024, 19:52:56
I was there. Obviously the author was not. Nor was anyone involved in this article. Sad that this misrepresentation of the facts is considered "news". BTW: My Raptor R suffered a suspension failure at KOH. What say you Tesla haters?
Posted by Vrvly
 - February 19, 2024, 10:35:59
It happens with many electric devices, I could see a similar problem with "one wheels" for personal transport.
Basically bolts need more attention when going over what designer expected you would use that device for.
If they improve that right from a production, how great it would be...
Posted by Swiss
 - February 17, 2024, 21:24:48
Yup. Clicking "ignore articles from Notebook". Title is a lie, and I have no time for liars.
Posted by Michael p
 - February 17, 2024, 10:28:55
Seriously ?

This is the most clickbait article I've ever seen. The Cybertruck at the event did not break down, that imagine you're showing is from a 3rd party company that makes parts for the cybertruck. They explicitly said this picture is due to one of their parta breaking under testing.
Posted by Jim Bo
 - February 17, 2024, 07:22:35
So the title was basically a trashy lie?
Posted by Bill Holmes
 - February 17, 2024, 06:46:15
Just read an article about Tesla owners complaining their stainless steel vehicle was developing rust areas after being DRIVEN IN THE RAIN. As with the EVs, I betcha body repairs, such as fender bender fixes, are expensive as.... heck.
Posted by David T
 - February 16, 2024, 21:10:44
Hey JoeD...
I think they meant destroyed as in the truck destroyed the track, not the other way around.
Posted by Clayton
 - February 16, 2024, 14:27:35
Posted by Dree
 - February 16, 2024, 10:33:29
Looking at the picture, it's probably a bit more than a software update problem
Posted by Redaktion
 - February 15, 2024, 17:38:03
The Tesla Cybertruck goes off-road and makes a splash at the King of the Hammers. Did the E-pickup break down under the extreme conditions? Or was it just a case of minor damage? While some are celebrating the electric truck as a hero, others are seeing it as a fragile high-tech toy.