A Twitter user Tesla Truck Club is proposing to use a rear window in the Tesla Cybertruck that “could roll down into the rear wall and then the whole wall fold in on top of folded rear seats”.
It would be perfect for camping when Tonneau is closed, and for carrying things longer than eight feet.
Elon Musk has responded it is worth considering.
The idea is quite realizable, but not so new: the Chevrolet Avalanche pickup had alike drop-down rear wall.
Besides, a EV startup company Bollinger recently patented something similar. It is about the Passthrough and Frunkgate allowing storage of the items of the same length as the truck itself.
Tesla CEO once applied a Twitter user’s idea of a Dog Mode by adding it in an over-the-air software update. When a pet is in the car, this climate-control function leaves the A/C (air conditioner) on with a message “My owner will be back soon. Don’t worry! The heater [or A/C] is on and it’s XX degrees.”
Thus, as an innovator, Musk might well use the idea of Tesla Truck Club in the Cybertruck or other vehicles.
The Tesla Cybertruck is set to go into production in late 2021. It prices sit between $39,900-$69,900, depending on configuration.
Source: Car and Driver