Published in


Why Tesla’s Cybertruck Might Flop

It’s a pickup truck for people who don’t need a pickup truck

Photo: Tesla

OOne of Tesla’s core accomplishments has been to change the public’s idea of what — and who — electric cars are for. From the showy, uncompromising, original Roadster to the sleek, luxe Model S, to the almost-mainstream Model 3, the company’s most successful models have dramatically expanded its addressable…




The undercurrents of the future. A publication from Medium about technology and people.

Recommended from Medium

Everything Immersive This Week (8/29/20)

Three trends responsible for IoT’s success today

Tesla Model Y (2021): weer de beste? | Review | Autovisie

Data on Data: 2022

FOR-U Smart Freight Named on Global Unicorn Index 2021 by Hurun Research Institute

Recent refurbished MacBook Pros sales analysis

Dodge’s Electric Muscle Car To Make “Shocking” Sound: Stellantis CEO

Digital, Startups & Tech Roundup — Issue #51

Netflix stock 0892.0

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Will Oremus

Will Oremus

Senior Writer, OneZero, at Medium

More from Medium

Where is the Best Solar?

New charging protocol could bring Supercharger-style convenience to more electric cars

7 Reasons Why Trump’s Truth Social is Failing Spectacularly

Back to Internal Combustion