The Cybertruck and Roadster are niche products and thus far - vaporware just like FSD. Very different products for a different target vs the 3/Y for the masses.
Hopefully Tesla offers a dumbed down Roadster for the price of a Taycan turbo or e-Boxster GTS. And a Cybertruck that doesnt look right at home in a remake of the Running Man or Total Recall.
Irrespective of the changes Tesla made to the S/X along the way (project Highland will likely be in the same exact spirit), they are old reheated designs with a few new motors, thermal management transplants and infotainment slapped on in a desperate attempt to keep them relevant.
And yes, we have had access to the service manuals and Toolbox and service dongles flavors (via 'alternative' means long before Tesla made them available, and finally legally) for quite some time.
But they don't quite cut it and as any Tesla Certified Body shop will tell you - part incompatibility, VIN ringfencing and gateway lockouts for many basic parts are a thing - even for same manufacture year and region cars. Things like doors, trim, fasteners, latches, and of course headlights, taillights, etc.
Yes, color palette is pathetic and should not be left to end users to respray, wrap, liquid wrap their cars to expand the available list of colors to Camcord level.
Tesla invested a lot into the thermal managment system, then the HVB and even LVB space, which is great and lightyears ahead of the competition, then focused on infotainment (ugh).
But at the same time has not done much in the fit finish, materials quality and suspension longevity departments, driver engagement departments. Leaving all that on the table for aftermarket to offer up solutions.
Hopefully the refreshed Taycan and e-Boxster, e-Macan (whatever Porsche decides to call them) rekindle Teslas competative spirit. As-is, the 3 and Y are againg too quickly.