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Everything You Need To Know About Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck

by ZeeshanN
Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck

On Thursday night, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the first electric pickup from Tesla and it is named Cybertruck, the vehicle looks like an angular thing that would fit right in with Rick Deckard and Roy Batty. It looks out of whack!

Starting at $39,900 with 250 miles of range, the truck is a monster with 7,500 pounds of towing capacity and still able to pull off 0 to 60 mph in under 6.5 seconds. And it has Autopilot as well, Tesla’s signature semi-autonomous driver assistance system.

Musk first teased the cybertruck in 2013 and early this year ensured it’d be coming soon. Over the years he’s teased at what a Tesla pickup truck would look like. Most of these hints referenced cyberpunk and the dystopian movie Blade Runner with a piece of information like “an armored personnel carrier from the future.”

It’s absolutely something we’ve never seen in a truck before. With this kind of angles, Musk seems to be saying, “I’ll do what I want.”

“Trucks have been the same for a very long time like 100 years, we wanted to try something different,” Musk also said at the start of the event at the Tesla Design Studio on the SpaceX campus in Southern California. That was an oversimplification. While Tesla fans have made making guesses of what the car would look like, and no one imagined it will look like this.

Pile into the Cybertruck.Tesla’s made its brand with striking design and doing things uniquely.” Yes, very differently. Here’s the inside seating with room for six, with the driver. Check out the touchscreen on the dash it is 17 inches.

A close-up of the Cybertruck's smashed windows.

The truck starts at $39,900.

Musk said that the truck’s body is made out of “ultra-hard, cold-rolled stainless steel alloy,” the same material used on SpaceX rockets.

Musk also announced a Tesla-made ATV that pairs with the truck, showing off how it could be driven onto the 6-and-a-half-foot bed, which Musk has nicknamed “the vault.”

Before the reveal of the truck, Musk tormented anxious Tesla fans with tweets about the truck, noting that it was also inspired by the 1977 movie The Spy Who Loved Me.

Pre-orders are now open on the Tesla website, but the truck won’t start production until late 2021. The tri-motor all-wheel-drive version with a 500-mile range will not be available until late 2022.



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