Considering simplicity [lack of paint shop; lack of large panel stamping machines]. Seems setting up of CyberTruck manufacturing is far simpler than than regular carbon fiber, aluminium, or steel. Also lower capital costs to setup a CyberTruck. Where? India, Africa, Central Asia, Middle East, South America, Mexico/Central America, Russia, SW Asia, Australia, Eastern Europe Tesla could Franchise making of CyberTruck all over the world. - sell/supply/franchise the manufacturing plant - sell/supply skateboard or just battery pack or motor/controller or other parts or whatever makes sense (seats?) Usual franchise benefits - could they expand much much faster?? Could be simpler and therefore cheaper variation of CyberTruck aimed at Less than First World. No FSD lower top speeds - 100 Kph which might allow smaller battery packs smaller motors. All this needs to be engineered to make decisions about value offered/needed - cost only one factor. usual limiting function is of course batteries One last idea - consider Sandy Munro's company to train and setup CyberTruck Franchisers.