Precisely. Add a little stealth coating sourced from Alibaba or Amazon, and shezam!The radar cross-section of a vehicle can be reduced by using shapes that redirect radar signals. Faceted-angle surfaces like that of the testla truck provide significant reduction in radar signature. For example, the F-117 stealth aircraft has a radar cross-section of about 1 square inch. Radar absorbant material coatings reduce the radar signature further (a future Tesla option?)
I think a radar-invisible Cybertruck is what we're looking at here. I'm in. View attachment 977222
It’s barely a truck with that short little bed.I'm a huge fan of Elon Musk. He' s a forward thinker who just flat gets things done. I think the guy is amazing and the world could use more like him.
I just dont understand this design, its more like a slap in the face to purposeful aesthetic design. It's like he decided to make it as ridiculous as he could to see if he could sell any old crap to the masses - and he proved the masses will do what they are told.
Why didnt he build something beautiful when he had the chance? This truck would have been spectacular, I would buy this baby, there's no way Id set foot in that reject from battlestar gallactica:
What are you on about? It’s a truck. Maybe I’m missing something by not living in America, but I cannot fathom how you’re making this connection. I’m definitely on the conservative side of a lot of issues and I like EV.I dont see how military radar concerns would be in the slightest way aplicable to this stupid childish truck design, but it's clear that Elon has his finger on the pulse of the easily brainwashed masses of today and he knows how to manipulate a good portion of the population. Yeah - down with toxic masculinity, long live the neutral gendered kindergarten people!!!
The only problem is, put 10,000 pounds behind that thing and see what happens to the range...I would love to have an electric truck to haul my 9-10,000lb 5th wheel toyhauler around. But it wouldn't be THAT ugly lump.
I could recharge at the RV park since each site has at least a 30 amp plug, many have 50 amp service. And I hardly ever go more than 3 or 4 hundred miles a day.
But it wouldn't do me much good if I went boondocking, away from civilization and electricity. Which I have done in Alaska, Canada, Wisconsin....
Maybe a hybrid would make more sense.