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>>21628529
I kind of want to, but I don't drive enough to justify it
I bought a 12-year-old used volvo a couple years ago, and it will probably last me for another decade at least

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>>18463863
bro they're coming out with the CYBERTRUCK and the new Roadster model SpaceX edition will have gas thrusters at 10,000 PSI
how can you bet against that, it's so cool

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>all these fools talking about 20th century trucks in 2020

the CYBERTRUCK does the 2030's vibe better than any other truck
the CYBERTRUCK also does the 1980's vibe better than any other truck

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>>17123073
>sharing even a single one of your 1000 wings
nah bitch get your own
I've got the back of my CYBERTRUCK filled up with over 100,000 wings and I don't intend to share any.
Also if I crash the CYBERTRUCK into the Ford, it will be completely invulnerable. Metal beats plastic every time.

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>>17114493
Don't count the nips out.
There are still some engineers at Honda and Toyota who are pretty good. I also think Porsche will do well once they get things up and running on their EV side.

I don't have a position one way or another, just my opinions about if these companies will be able to compete or not. I agree that the US manufacturers do seem pretty hopeless.
I drive a Volvo, from before the Chinese bought them...

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>>16941281
>Few people are going to want that nerd truck in their driveway.

WRONG (factually incorrect)

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this time it's different

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>>16770589
I mean with TSLA at 450, normally I would be watching looking for an opportunity to go against it
But ever since I have seen the tease of the CYBERTRUCK, I cannot short TSLA in any substantial way. That truck-like device has a large amount of very mysterious energy.
We could see TSLA get close to 600 before everyone remembers that they STILL don't make money (again).

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Only other thing to point out:
auto sales were already thin, but since the CYBER TRUCK announcement they have tightened up completely.
Anyone who can put off a car purchase is holding out, across all market segments and regions. No one wants to be the idiot who buys a Toyota Camry the year before the CYBER TRUCK goes on sale.

disclaimer: I/we have no position in TSLA stock, I'm not shilling for or against their stock because I think it's just meme/hype gambling.
The cyber truck is about more than the stock market. much, much more.



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