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I was answering another post and thought I'd put together a comprehensive wish list of things people would like to see in the Cybertruck that hasn't already been confirmed. Reply below and I'll add them to this list:

1. Trailer brake controls
2. Cyber Trailer with battery to extend Cybertruck towing range.
3. Solar Roof in addition to Solar Vault cover. The Solar Vault would add about 15 miles per day (per Elon). If adding a solar roof would add another 10 miles, it could take care of my 20 mile round-trip commute for most of the year!
4. Heated AND cooled seats (all 6)
5. Kneel-down for getting in/out of the Cybertruck
6. Insulated frunk cooler (we know it has a frunk... let's make a cooler out of it!)
7. Inclinometer
8. Heated AND cooled seats
9. Trail camera
10. Tire inflation system
11. Ability to pick one tire off the ground to make changing it easier. (independently controllable air shocks would do it.
12. Free Supercharging (Hey, a guy can dream, can't he?)
13. "Knight Rider" light across the front during charging.

What would you add to this list?

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1. Trailer brake yes please
2. An RV with solar panels and the battery in the floor that could possibly add range to the truck. Yes, but that connector design would have to be intuitive enough that it wouldn't be charging when you need to disconnect.
3. Refer to 2. Fisker karma had solar panels. Something like 8 miles added with panels from 2011 technology.
4. Heated and cooled seats are almost a must in the luxury truck department. Especially at this price point.
5. Kneeling is cool and almost guaranteed.
6. The cooler is a great idea. Except maybe not the whole drunk area. It does bring thoughts of the Pontiac Aztec... Tent for the back, cooler in the center console....

7. Trail camera views. Kind of like the Jeep gladiator.
8. Go-bag/First aid kit.
9. Off-road tools...shovel, wench, etc
10. Inclinometer...
11. Tire inflation system

I could go on...
 

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1. Trailer brake yes please
2. An RV with solar panels and the battery in the floor that could possibly add range to the truck. Yes, but that connector design would have to be intuitive enough that it wouldn't be charging when you need to disconnect.
3. Refer to 2. Fisker karma had solar panels. Something like 8 miles added with panels from 2011 technology.
4. Heated and cooled seats are almost a must in the luxury truck department. Especially at this price point.
5. Kneeling is cool and almost guaranteed.
6. The cooler is a great idea. Except maybe not the whole drunk area. It does bring thoughts of the Pontiac Aztec... Tent for the back, cooler in the center console....

7. Trail camera views. Kind of like the Jeep gladiator.
8. Go-bag/First aid kit.
9. Off-road tools...shovel, wench, etc
10. Inclinometer...
11. Tire inflation system

I could go on...
If the connector can't be figured out to be used while driving, perhaps just an extra batter in the trailer that you could connect to when stopped for extra juice during a weekend of camping.
 

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If the connector can't be figured out to be used while driving, perhaps just an extra batter in the trailer that you could connect to when stopped for extra juice during a weekend of camping.

I'm sure it's easily doable. It was just a random thought that came into my mind as I was responding actually. lol. But the real question is what is the efficiency of the added weight from that secondary battery pack? How small or large would it need to be to over come the extra weight on the trailer.
 
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