Tesla Cybertruck was recently spotted running on a public road near the company’s design studio in Hawthorne, California. The electric pickup was being driven by a staff member. Though, the vehicle will enter into production in 2021.
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With its futuristic design, armored glass and off-road capabilities, the Tesla Cybertruck has generated significant hype across the world. And the proof of this lies in the fact that electric pickup truck received 2.5 lakh bookings in just 5 days of its unveiling.
The exterior of the Tesla Cybertruck has been built from a newly developed stainless steel alloy that’s used for SpaceX rockets as well. It makes the vehicle bulletproof against at least smaller firearms (including 9-mil gilmeter handguns). Read – Tesla Cybertruck Will Join Dubai Police Patrol Fleet In 2020
The electric pickup truck from Tesla is claimed to have better towing and hauling capacity than the Ford F-150 and perform better than the Porsche 911 sports car. The top-end Tri motor AWD variant of the Cybertruck can payload up to 3,500 pounds, tow over 14,000 pounds and do 0 to 60kmph in 2.9 seconds.
While the range-topping model offers a range of 500 miles, the entry-level model delivers a range of 250 miles.
Talking about pricing, the Tri Motor AWD version costs $69,900 and the base model has been priced at $39,000. Compared to the base model of the Ford F-150, the Tesla Cybertruck Single Motor RWD will be around $10,000 pricier.