Ouch is right. Our Clarity has a lot of aluminum panels, so it is likely similarly affected. On our owner’s forum, there are numerous cars with what looks like light to moderate damage from accidents that end up totaled. Maybe the aluminum is part of that problem. I wonder how this applies to the stainless steel panels in the Cybertruck? It is allegedly less likely need to repairs, considering the demo with the sledgehammer. But once it does yield to impact, how difficult is it to work with, and how many body shops have the expertise to do so? Of course, that’s why we carry comp insurance, but if repair rates are inordinately high it will almost certainly be reflected by higher premiums.