Here is a suggestion: 1. Have a 2020 Ford F150 Raptor fully equipped at average price $75K in the same spot as the average F150 in the prior test and a $69.9K (even with full self driving) its only 76,900 in the same spot as last time. 2. Have 5 average weight people (137lbs each) and 11 bags of of cement (94lbs each) standing on a scale showing 1750lbs next to the Raptor and have 6 average weight (137lbs each) and 29 bags of cement (94lbs each) standing on a scale showing 3500lbs next to the cybertruck. 3. In the fast forward have the people load the truck beds with their respective bags of cement and get in their respective trucks 4. Have the Cybertruck drag this new Ford Truck up the same hill backwards again. 5. Point out the Cybertruck is in the F150 weight range and it is at a disadvantage because it having to pull a lot more because its pulling not only pulling the Ford against the Ford's maximum effort but its pulling it up a hill backwards meaning its having to a lot more work and look at the speed. Also point out that both trucks are at their legal pay load capacities. 6. A good time to point out the Cybertruck's 0-60 times and quarter mile times vs the Raptors (as further evidence of more way more power!) and its radically superior off road stats for clearances and suspension tech (and announce its superior fording,) and that it comes a maintenance free tougher exterior and a million mile power train that will likely last 5x longer than the Raptor power train with about zero hassle and radically greater reliability and that its cheaper to run than a Prius and no more having to go to the gas station and its zero emissions and won't get penalized. Also point out that the Cybertruck comes with standard functionality that no amount of expensive Raptor add on options can match. Guessing a lot of police departments will like the Cybertruck. It looks like Ford paid Motor Trend (https://www.motortrend.com/news/tesla-cybertruck-vs-ford-f-150-raptor-truck-comparison/) to lie about the Cybertruck's stats apparently intentionally understating the payload stats at 3250 vice 3500lbs a critical window presumably to discourage or blunt Cybertruck pre-orders. What Ford doesn't want people to understand apparently is that Cybertruck has 2x the payload capacity of the Raptor and by mismatching the trim it doesn't want people to understand that it doesn't play stupid options games. This was done in a shill article comparing the Raptor to the Cybertruck they also compared the wrong trim levels and tried inexplicably to bring the Rivian into the article in a way to was too favorable without context. Rivian needs to go back to the drawing board. They suggested Ford will announce the same or slightly superior specs- ah no all did was delay its vehicle by a year and back of its own challenge. Besides Tesla tends to improve the specs of its release vehicles relative to prototypes and then continues to improve even already launched vehicles. ________________________________ Saw some interesting stats that are not investment advice. As we know Tesla is now the #3 automaker in the world by market cap and climbing- only VW and Toyota are bigger. But notice this. Tesla is up year to date on vehicles delivered 65.5% and Ford is down -3.5% Toyota is down -2.5%, Honda down -.1%, Nissan down -7%, GM down -.8% Don't have BMW's stats but it guiding lower for the full year and making the same noises it did about greater SUV sales compensating right before it announced the worst results in a decade and booted is CEO. So Tesla is way up when all the other automakers are falling in real terms even against inflationary losses. But people also seem to have way more confidence in Tesla than the other automakers notice the market cap per car produced is GM 1 cent, VW 1 cent, Toyota 2 cents, Ford 2 cents, BMW 4 cents, Daimler 4 cents, Tesla 1.17 $$ So the confidence in Tesla is 60x higher than in Ford or Toyota and 117x higher than in GM or VW. Saw something else. Who is the biggest user of cobalt by an order of magnitude? The fossil fuel industry. What do they do with this toxic lead like heavy metal. You guessed it to hide their sulfur pollution they put it in their fuel products and make us breath it just like they did with lead and remember the studies on IQ and violence related to lead produced the most significant results ever seen in social studies vs violence (and probably right wing stupid politics) it was bigger than the drop off effect of Rowe v Wade.