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Tesla Cybertruck

Apparently a 4 foot long wiper blade is sub optimal for the motor that drives it.
I know what is meant by this statement, but for a brief moment, in my head, the problem was that the wiper was insufficient. and that the solution was an 8ft long wiper blade.
 
lambert again with the absolute moronic take... of course there's a bloody major issue with the current unit if they say they will retrofit the new one for free. ffs. why would they go to the trouble if the new one was just "more efficient". that's clearly a soft-recall - i.e. them trying to get ahead of what they clearly envision as an actual and maybe even problematic recall. what's super sus to me is how they explicitly state that the old unit "isn't dangerous". like wtf? why do you have to explicitly state that? makes it seem that hell yeah it is!
 
lambert again with the absolute moronic take... of course there's a bloody major issue with the current unit if they say they will retrofit the new one for free. ffs. why would they go to the trouble if the new one was just "more efficient". that's clearly a soft-recall - i.e. them trying to get ahead of what they clearly envision as an actual and maybe even problematic recall. what's super sus to me is how they explicitly state that the old unit "isn't dangerous". like wtf? why do you have to explicitly state that? makes it seem that hell yeah it is!

Tesla’s Cybertruck Motor Upgrade Feels Oddly Like Another Recall
 
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