Tesla’s Cybertruck, Struck Like A Lightning And Took The Internet By Storm!
What is Cybertruck
Tesla’s first electric pick-up truck was unveiled by Elon Musk, CEO of the company. This will also be called “Cybertruck” Musk announced at the unveiling event in Los Angeles, California. Cybertruck comes in 3 versions with ranges of 250 miles, 300 miles and whopping 500 miles.
Musk has been teasing the public with the idea of a crazy looking truck since 2012. Before the unveiling giving an update on the design in 2018 he called this “the futuristic-like cyberpunk, Blade Runner pickup truck”. Staying true to those words It looks very Sci-Fi and a real-life model of a low res truck render. The polarizing look of Cybertruck has already created two types of fans. You either like it or dislike it. There is nothing in between.
Release dates: Cybertruck won’t be available till 2020
The release date is not clear as of yet but the production will supposedly start in 2021. Tesla has given you the chance to be on top of the waiting list by pre-ordering at tesla.com/cybertruck at a very affordable amount of just $100.
Although the given release date is in 2021, Tesla has a very good track record of missing deadlines. Therefore we cannot guarantee if it will arrive by 2021.
Specs and Prices of the electric truck
Cybertruck comes in three versions. Some of the important specs are shown below.
|Range||0-60 MPH||Towing Capacity||Price|
|Single Motor RWD||250+ Miles||<6.5 Seconds||7,500+ LBS||$39,000|
|Dual Motor AWD||300+ Miles||<4.5 Seconds||10,000+ LBS||$49,000|
|Tri-Motor AWD||500+ Miles||<2.9 Seconds||15,000+ LBS||$69,000|
Passenger capacity of the truck will be 6 adults.
How many curves does this futuristic Sci-Fi vehicle have? We assume the answer would probably be a Zero. This vehicle has got one of the most unique designs for a pick-up truck. The design of the Cybertruck somewhat reminds of the wedge era of cars with very fewer curves but still aerodynamic such as 1970 Porche Tapiro.
According to Tesla, the truck is bullet and sledgehammer proof Even though the armoured glass broke when a metal ball was thrown at it by the Tesla Cheif of Design Franz von Holzhausen.