Tesla Cybertruck is a yet-to-be-released battery electric light-duty truck revealed in November 2019 by Tesla, Inc. Three versions have been unveiled, with EPA range estimations of 400-800 kilometers (250-500 miles) and 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) times ranging from 2.9 to 6.5 seconds.
External shell of the Cybertruck is designed for maximum durability and passenger protection. Beginning with a nearly impenetrable exoskeleton, every component, from Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin to Tesla armor glass, is intended for unparalleled strength and endurance.
The Tesla Cybertruck appears to have been sent by an alien species, but it is capable of competing with all of the top-selling pickup trucks.
Tesla’s all-electric truck is pretty rugged, with a sharp-edged body constructed of scratch- and dent-resistant stainless steel.
Cybertruck, which is equipped with all-wheel drive, can tow up to 14,000 pounds and has a driving range of 500 miles or more.
While it only applies to the most costly model, the most affordable one starts at $39,900. Of course, we still don’t know much about the Cybertruck, including when it will be available for purchase.
Tesla has previously postponed the truck’s manufacturing timetable multiple times, but on April 7, 2022, CEO Elon Musk stated that the truck will be ready by then.
Inside is standard for a Tesla. There’s a big screen in the middle and not much else. The Cybertruck lacks a steering yoke, as do the Model S and Mode X, instead opting for a square, two-spoke steering wheel.
Cybertruck has also been sighted testing many times in California, with several individuals capturing footage on Twitter. The rear-wheel steering can be seen in action here, making this big pickup truck almost as maneuverable as a Tesla Model Y.
Price: Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated at the Los Angeles event that the new Cybertruck will start at $39,900 before incentives, but there will be two additional AWD variants starting at $49,900 and $69,900, respectively.
In addition, Tesla has begun to roll out a v10 beta version of its Complete Self-Driving capabilities. Customers may presently upgrade to the FSD capability for an extra $10,000.