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Tesla claims the Cybertruck can "pull near infinite mass"

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Take a look at this marketing gem from the Cybertruck's website...Who approved this nonsense?

"With the ability to pull near infinite mass and a towing capability of over 14,000 pounds, Cybertruck can perform in almost any extreme situation with ease."
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Elon is off the deep end in so many ways. Let's just say I'm glad I have zero Tesla holdings at this point... He either wants the stock to tank or he's lost his marbles.
Screw the black holes and such. CT will overcome those, too. 💪:ROFLMAO:
Perhaps King Elon got his companies mixed up again and thinks he is towing mass in orbit via a SpaceX Cybertruck.
How do you claim to pull infinite mass and immediately claim a limit of 14000 lbs tow capacity?

So what happens if you have two cybertrucks doing a tug of war with the assumption that both have identical traction, motor and battery performance? Infinite mass theory busted. :p
Pulling infinite mass, as Archimedes stated is just a matter of using the proper size lever. Not the same as tow capacity.

In theory, a toddler could pull a fully loaded 18 wheeler, given enough time, pulleys, and proper incentive to keep pulling. It may only move an infintesimal amount, but it will have been "pulled"

For those looking for a true EV tow rig, maybe look at the Tesla Semi, list price is not that much higher than the RST First Edition.:unsure:
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