Do you think model x would be large enough for 4x8 sheet of plywood behind front seats, assuming that other seats fold out of the way. Town and country can, but I don't want to drive it.
Based on the Tesla's extremely wide wheelbase and the fact that Tesla indicated that the 2nd row seats would lie flat, I would say there is a very good chance that 4'x8' sheet of plywood would fit inside a Model-X. And definitely if you slide the sheet in on an angle. Not sure if you'll be able to close the back hatch though.
So who is the guy that is using his 100K + Car as a lumber truck ?
Bet this guy has a nick name of JackWagon .
No, not jackwagon, and this will save my model s from transporting the sheets, after they are cut. Point is, a 100K car should be used for a lot if it is the best crossover ever.
Because whats the point of getting the best crossover ever if you still need to buy a full size pickup truck to do work with?
Even though I've got a full size pickup, I still use my Chevy Volt to carry 70 lb bags of grain, full size folding tables, and anything else that will fit.
Since the X will have four wheel drive and a tow hitch, I'll probably be using it like a tractor out on our ranch :-)
I love forums for rich people.
Ron: I hope you don't get "home on the range" anxiety with your Ranchero MX.
I'm thinking about hauling gators in the back while towing my wife's ICE car to keep the gasoline bill down.
Up here in Canada, I plan to put a snow-plow on the front of my Model-X and clear the neighbourhood drives first thing in the morning. The lack of ICE noise will be a huge benefit at that hour!
The tags didn't work in my last post. ;)
Correction to my previous post...The "sarcasm" tags did not work in my last post. Having difficulty printing out that damn tag!
@vandacca - Anyone who did not know that was sarcasm deserves to be misled. Of course I'm being sarcastic.