August 27th, 2020

Broad claim 1: A Cybertruck will be capable of towing 1+ new Tesla vehicles.

Broad claim 2: Tesla vehicles will be capable of loading/unloading themselves onto trailers autonomously.

Broad claim 3: Cargo pickup can be automated by robots. As to will be trailer connectivity.

Broad claim 4: Tesla will continue to sell new vehicles (they may not as robo-taxi could provide more butts in more seats and more revenue)

*Broad claims are not claims made by Tesla

As other Tesla owners will enlist their vehicles to robo-chauffeur people around, I expect I will be able to enlist my Cybertruck as a cargo transporter from Kingston to Toronto.

The trip should never be free-of-cargo unnecessarily. Therefore the trip would begin with picking up a cargo load and/or passengers in Kingston to take to Toronto. After dropping off the Kingston -> Toronto cargo in Toronto, my Cybertruck will head over to the Toronto Tesla Delivery Hub and pickup a trailer of new Tesla vehicles to bring back to Kingston.

Since taking delivery is such a huge part of the Tesla buying experience, the Cybertruck to customer hand-off experience needs to kick ass. I don't know what that is yet. Let me think on it. @develevation if you have ideas.

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