Potential buyer suggests Tesla electric pickup with foldable rear window Musk says worth considering

June 15 (UPI) — Electric car maker Tesla launched its long-awaited electric pickup, the Cybertruck, in November, with three versions of its three-part plan to start mass production by the end of 2021, and Tesla is already planning to build a new plant to produce the electric car, according tomedia reports.

Potential buyer suggests Tesla electric pickup with foldable rear window Musk says worth considering

With more than a year to go before the electric car is ready for mass production, Tesla’s electric pickup has time to improve, and Musk has previously confirmed that the production version will be 3 percent smaller than the prototype.

According to the latest reports inmedia, the rear window of the electric pickup is also one of the potential improvement points, and potential buyers have suggested improvements, and Musk’s reply is worth considering.

Media reports showed potential buyers of Tesla’s electric pickups expressing concern on social media that there was not enough room for other materials after putting on an 8-foot bed, and some tesla users asked Musk on social media if the rear windows of the electric pickup could be rolled in to expand the cargo space in the trunk.

The Tesla user club also offered specific improvements on social media, with the rear window rolled up and then folded ontop the rear seat with a portion of the trunk, allowing it to carry objects more than 8 feet long, making it ideal for camping.

Potential buyer suggests Tesla electric pickup with foldable rear window Musk says worth considering

Musk, who also responded on social media about the proposed improvement for potential buyers, said it was worth considering, and while the response was simple, at least in his view, there was a good idea for potential buyers to give.

Launched on November 21 last year local time, the Tesla electric pickup Cybertruck is 5.88 meters long, 2.03 meters wide and 1.93 meters high, and has three versions of the single-motor rear-wheel-drive version, the dual-motor all-wheel drive version and the three-motor all-wheel drive version, which lasts between 250 and 500 miles and costs $399,000, $499,000 and $699,000, respectively.

Tesla’s electric pickup, the Cybertruck, actually takes into account the need to carry a large number of items out and about, with 100 cubic feet of storage space in its trunk, or 2.83 cubic meters, that can accommodate a large number of items needed for travel.