THE CYBER "PICK-UP" TRUCK IS THE LATEST ADDITION TO TESLA'S EXISTING LUXURY EV SEDAN LINE-UP.
Many of the world’s greatest innovators— have heard two reactions amid their careers whether the continued high praises of their supporters or the mockery, laughter and so on…
Either way, the California-based automotive and alternative energy giant— Tesla has heard it all and the most recent announcement by CEO, Elon Musk about its future unveiling of the “CyberTruck” was no different. Following the increasingly public battle over keeping California emissions regulated with the estimated 35 million registered cars in the state, there is no surprise that solutions are underway by major players in the automotive, alternative energy and technology spaces alike.
Thus, SUVs and trucks do comprise a fairly large portion of the vehicles du jour for many that drive them either opt for comfort, work practicality or parents that wouldn’t dare set foot in a minivan.
The sleek design composition has definitely spun “traditional” pickups on its head from this vehicle’s durability to its electric specifications that are still set to boast a bit of torque under the hood for those interested.
Although the “CyberTruck” isn’t slated to roll off the assembly line until late 2021 at best, Musk has already estimated 250,000 pre-orders thus far, including an order from one of the luxury hubs of the Middle East— Dubai for its police force.
Curious about how to get one?
All you need is a $100 deposit (fully refundable) which could even be paid through Apple Pay and voilà! Tesla’s “truck design of the future” (both, literally and figuratively) is considered a “reservation” until the actual ordering gets underway closer to launch.
For further details, visit your local Tesla dealership or their company website here.
TESLA CYBERTRUCK SPECS
PRICE RANGE [Est.] | $39,900-$69,000 USD
MPG CITY - HWY [Est.] | 250-500 miles
6.5-foot long, 100-cubic-foot capacity cargo bed with a 6-passenger crew cab. All models will have adaptive self-leveling air suspension for ride-height adjustment, up to 16 inches. The CyberTruck will also come equipped with the signature central 17-in. touchpad screen.
Single Motor RWD - The base model reaches 60mph in 6.5 seconds towing 7,500 lbs.
Dual Motor AWD - The Dual Motor variant reaches 60mph in 4.5 seconds towing 10,000 lbs.
Tri-Motor AWD - The Tri-Motor variant reaches 60mph in 2.9 seconds pulling 14,000 lbs.