...and a two+ year wait for the Cybertruck.
No but I think you have seen real new production GM, Ford and Dodge trucks on the road? You know, the ones you want people to return for the CT?
Your logic makes no sense. If someone just bought a GM truck now, why would they have buyer's remorse over a prototype one-off Cybertruck what won't be sold for at least two more years? It's not like the CT is available right now, where the buyer could return the GM truck and turn around and buy a CT just announced for sale. During the wait, they would still need to own/drive something, and assuming that a plurality of these buyers need it for work, they're not going to just go without a truck. You expect these mythical buyers to return their brand new trucks back to GM -- and then what for the 2+ year wait for the CT?
Cybertruck is a choice? Like I said, not for 2+ years.
I'm not threatened by anything, as I'm not a truck buyer. But at least I understand what time means.
People I know keep trucks for 7-10 years.
Take the truck back. Say I am good with old truck. Can wait for my CYBR thingy one could tell GM.
Wow, we got some real assumed venom in here; No, I have no expectations or wants of peoples' actions.
For decades now buyer's remorse is a REAL thing with Detroit, waiting for something like the CT, and only getting the next annual sell off sales.
People should know they have options to escape the buyer's remorse. That's all. GM offers a GREAT way to do that!
Yes, I have seen the new production trucks; they are STILL striving to be my 1999 F250 PowerStroke, with more chrome crapola.
Oh come one, let’s not turn this discussion into what I assumed, that you assumed. That clearly wasn’t the point of my post and you know it.
There are no, nor do there need to be, prototypes of Ford/GM/Dodge trucks. Because they already exist.
Therefore makes no sense, right?
You, ahhhh, own a GM TARP stealership? You take my TARP $$ overseas to eliminate American jobs?