Elon Musk presented the Tesla Cybertruck to the public last night; it is undoubtedly unlike any other truck that any of us have ever seen.
According to Tesla, it has “greater performance than a sports car and better utility than a truck.” If one is to believe the official specifications, then it may be said with absolute certainty that this statement is accurate.
The outside of the Cybertruck is made of ultra-hard 30x cold-rolled monochromatic stainless steel, despite the fact that it has a rather peculiar appearance (depending on your perspective, it might be beautiful or ugly). No dents, no damage, and no rust are ensured as a result.
The windows are also said to be extremely sturdy; however, an on-stage demonstration showed that this is not the case when a metal ball was hurled at them, which caused them to break, albeit the break did not go all the way through.
Underneath its metal skin, Tesla plans to offer three different models: one with a single motor and rear-wheel drive, one with two motors and all-wheel drive, and one with three motors and all-wheel drive. If you have the tri-motor version, you can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in fewer than 2.9 seconds, and the range can be anywhere from 250 miles to 500 miles, depending on the configuration.
The Cybertruck is able to handle an approach angle of 35 degrees and a departure angle of 28 degrees, so you won’t have to worry about getting stuck under any circumstances thanks to its adaptable air suspension that provides up to 16 inches of ground clearance. It is possible to tow a weight that is anywhere between 7,500 and 14,000 pounds, and there is storage space on board equal to 100 cubic feet. for the Cybertruck, which has a starting price of just $39,900 for the vehicle with a single motor. The price of the model with two motors is $49,900, while the model with three motors is $69,900. The price goes up by $7,000 when you choose to include the self-driving feature.
The only thing that is required to secure your Cybertruck is a $100 deposit, which is completely refundable, but you will have to wait quite some time to take delivery of it. It is anticipated that production won’t begin until late 2021, at which point Tesla will give consumers the option to “finish your setup.” Production of the tri-motor variant will start in the latter half of 2022 if you want one.
At the conclusion of his on-stage presentation, Elon Musk revealed something unexpected in addition to the Cybertruck that he had been working on. The electric ATV that Tesla has been secretly developing was brought out on stage, mounted onto the back of the Cybertruck, and then plugged in so that it could charge.