Ford X VP Sunny Madra challenged Tesla CEO Elon Musk to a tow battle with Ford’s F-150 truck following a publicity stunt by Tesla which featured the electric car makers “Cybertruck” appearing to pull a Ford truck up a hill. TechCrunch reports that following the disastrous reveal of Tesla’s “Cybertruck” vehicle, which featured a clip of the truck appearing to tow a Ford F-150, Ford X VP Sundeep Madra has called on Tesla to allow his team to do an “apples to apples” test on the vehicle. Ford X is the auto manufacturer’s venture incubator.In a tweet to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Madra asked Musk to send his team a Cybertruck to perform a test: hey @elonmusk send us a cybertruck and we will do the apples to apples test for you 😉😉😉https://t.co/H3v6dCZeV5 — sunny madra (@sundeep) November 25, 2019 Many have pointed out issues with the legitimacy of Tesla’s test, firstly the Cybertruck is much much heavier than the F-150 particularly in the rear-end. On top of that, the test appeared to use a Ford F-150 in 2-wheel drive mode running on older tires with no payload on the rear. Without weight on the rear wheel and the front… Read full this story
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