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Tesla Cybertruck: here’s the latest on Elon Musk’s crazy pickup

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Originally unveiled in November 2019, the highly anticipated Cybertruck could actually go into production this year – finally

Tesla CEO and part-time Twitter harasser Elon Musk showed the world the Cybertruck in November 2019, but hey, it feels like a long time ago. As silly as it was then, and still is, giant spaceship-like Cybertrucks were a hot commodity, with some sources claiming Tesla’s pre-order count for this insane brutalist beast is his 180. It is estimated to reach 10,000 units.

Deliveries of the all-electric Cybertruck were originally scheduled to begin in 2021, but have since been pushed back to 2022. Now, Musk claims the stainless-steel-bodied pickup will be in customers’ hands by the end of 2023. According to recent reports, that may indeed be the case. probably. perhaps. we think

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So what’s the latest news?

On June 25, Tesla’s head of design, Franz von Holzhausen, brought the Cybertruck to the inaugural Electrified Cars & Coffee event at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California. This Cybertruck appears to be one of the company’s most complete prototypes to date and has several participants. Rounded up by InsideEV – Tweet photos and videos of track details.

The Cybertruck is as ridiculous as ever, and it’s a lot of fun watching the big truck climb the winding ramps in the Petersen parking lot (thanks to the rear-wheel steering). All design updates appear to be evolutionary updates from the original Cybertruck that Franz von Holzhausen threw baseballs at in 2019. But there is one big change worth noting. The placement of the charging port.

Originally, the Cybertruck’s charging door was located just behind the rear driver’s side wheel arch. Now it all seems to be integrated into the arch itself, which could potentially be problematic as the outermost extremities of pickup trucks are usually the first to be damaged. Also, the charging door exposes only Tesla-specific outlets made to work with the company’s Superchargers, not compatible with other public chargers.

Does that mean production is underway?

Either way, it’s not full – or full power. It took a while to get Tesla’s Gigafactory in Austin, Texas up and running, but several cybertrucks have recently been spotted, with or without camouflage. InsideEV Report.

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Giga Texas now builds the Tesla Model Y electric SUV, and the factory’s website still lists it as Cybertruck’s “future home.”

Can I still reserve a Cybertruck?

Of course you can. All he needs is US$100 – fully refundable of course.

A week after Cybertruck was first introduced, Elon Musk claimed the company already had 250,000 bookings. Independent sources currently estimate that there are between 1.5 million and 1.8 million people interested in buying the Cybertruck.

But how much does it really cost?

It depends on which version you need. In the U.S., Tesla says the base Cybertruck will cost $39,900 with a single electric motor and rear-wheel drive. Stepping up from there, the dual-motor AWD version costs $49,900 and the tri-motor his truck costs $69,900. These prices do not include mandatory destination charges or federal or local tax deductions.

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please remember. What are the specs?

Tesla has yet to confirm official details such as horsepower, torque and battery size, but we do know that the company will sell the Cybertruck in single, dual and tri-motor variants. While the base version expects him to reach 100 miles per hour in 6.5 seconds, the dual-motor example cuts that acceleration to 4.5 seconds. Tesla claims the three-motor Cybertruck can reach 90 mph in 2.9 seconds, which is insane given its size. Tesla also says the Cybertruck can “act as a boat for a short period of time,” so anything is possible at this point.

When doing truck related work, the Cybertruck is expected to be well equipped to carry 3,500 pounds in a 6.5 foot bed. The single motor and dual motor versions are estimated to be able to tow 7,500 lbs each and he can tow 10,000 lbs, but with his tri-motor truck that figure has increased to 14,000 lbs, which is surprising is.

All Cybertrucks are equipped with self-leveling air suspension that allows the pickup to be raised or lowered by up to 4 inches. The interior will likely feature a 17-inch touchscreen standard, housing all of the truck’s controls like other Teslas. And yes, the company’s stupid yoke is expected to be offered as well.

And what is the range?

It’s also impressive, but again, we only have Tesla’s quotes at this point. The company is targeting a range of at least 250 miles for the base model, 300 miles for the dual-motor Cybertruck and over 500 miles for the top dog tri-motor pickup.

To put this into perspective, it’s estimated that the Ford F-150 Lightning can go up to 320 miles on a full charge, and the ridiculous GMC Hummer EV can go 329 miles. But be careful. Tesla’s official range estimates tend to be fairly optimistic, especially regarding the US EPA test cycle.

We’re very interested to see how things pan out if Cybertruck gets into public hands this year.

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