Showing 15 ideas for tag "cybertruck"
(@spencertashburn) kudos icon +

Convenience

Truck Bed Work Bench trending idea

Trucks have no efficient place for your tools, blueprints, computer, etc. when you're on the job site. They are filled with products that need to be cut, shaped, or designed to fit the designated need. Presently there is no solution for your truck to hold your tools and product while still working. You could bring an extra table but that takes up space in your truck bed. There is room for a table/work bench to be placed... more »

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(@jorgen.thomsen) kudos icon 3

Convenience

Cybertruck Camping / Conferencing / sleeping

Option for, front swivel seat: Cybertruck Camping / Conferencing / sleeping. Mount front seat on a console so that the front seats can rotate facing backwards, like in a Autocamper "front swivel seat". Usefull for conferancing, and Camping. Front middle seat slides backword forming a table, reachable from all 5 seats.
Sleep mode: When The Right front seat facing backwards, let it slide further back, tilt the backrest,... more »

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(@tobyirish1) kudos icon 1

Autopilot

Autopilot backup for hooking up to the hitch

Add an additional feature to the autopilot programing for backing up to hook up to a boat, trailer, RV or whatever one chooses to tow. With everything else that has been accomplished, this should be possible without a doubt. This will definitely set the Cybertruck apart from the competition and most of all, this just makes sense. This will make the owners life much easier by allowing them to start out their travels without... more »

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(@gnfo) kudos icon 2

Convenience

Trailer backing aids

There is already a predictive path that shows on the reverse camera when backing up. An even more difficult task is trying to back up while connected to a trailer. The path of the trailer is opposite the path of the vehicle; unless you practice regularly it can be difficult and you can get yourself in a position that is hard to recover from in a tight space.

When the vehicle is in trailer mode, it would be extremely... more »

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(@gschettl) kudos icon +

Charging

Cybertruck camping

I'd love to see a power-sharing adapter/splitter that maximizes use of the 230 volt (level 2) shore power available at campsites. Provide a smart splitter that prioritizes providing power to the fluctuating needs of the camper, then directs the remaining available amperage to charge the CyberTruck. Similar to how dual headed Clipper Creek chargers or pairs of Superchargers ration the available power to competing variable... more »

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(@gnfo) kudos icon +

Safety

Integrated Brake Controller

Applies to all models capable of towing, but particularly to the CyberTruck and Model X. Right now, the Model X has the wiring connections for installing a 3rd party brake controller for towing trailers with their own braking system. The brake controller is recommended for trailers over 1000 lbs. The best brake controllers activate the trailer brakes gradually based on accelerometers built into the units so it can match... more »

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(@haroldfinch) kudos icon +

Convenience

Cybertruck with 10' bed

I have a truck with a 8 foot bed now, and it's not nearly enough room. I'd love to see a four door CyberTruck with a 10 foot bed and 12 foot 'flip stop' in the tail gate. I know this would be a supper long truck, but the extra space would provide more room for more batteries and room for a spare tire under the bed.

This wouldn't be a truck that the average consumer would want, but every construction crew (or A/V tech... more »

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(@ahonanco) kudos icon +

Convenience

"Seriously next level" Jacking System in Cybertruck

I got my existing truck stuck in the sand on a beach a few weeks ago and had to dig out the sand in order to put the provided jack under my truck and jack it up. Once you're stuck it's harder to get a jack under the vehicle to get yourself out. From that experience I had the idea for an integrated jacking system engineered into the truck. This could be a pneumatic system or hydraulic system with 4 built in jacks at each... more »

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(@yusufabdullah) kudos icon +

Safety

For cyber truck

The head light of the truck does not give any aerodynamic advantage whereas a triangular light bar that could change its angle according to speed will be advantageous and will increase efficiency.

There has been moveable headlamps but these headlights increased drag because of pop out design.

The light bar type headlight instead of being flat at low speed and at 90° to the air resistance but when the truck reaches relatively... more »

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