Finally, Tesla has revealed their long-awaited Cybertruck, now available in showrooms throughout the USA. It was spotted during Miami Art Week in the Miami design district.
Tesla officially launched this cybertruck at a delivery event at the end of the year. The company started the deliveries last week and is now available for interested people at their showrooms.
The Cybertruck gained global attention in 2019 due to its angular shape and specific design with a stainless-steel exterior. Tesla has often planned this electric car, but has always been delayed. Now, finally, it has been officially launched.
With a 320-mile range, a 2.6-second 0-60 mph acceleration time, and a top speed of 130 mph, it is designed to cross between a sports car and a pickup truck. The vehicle has a towing capability of 4,990 kg and can transport up to 2,500 kilograms of cargo. It weighs 3,104 kg.
The whole list of specifications for the vehicle has now been made public by Tesla, along with information about two other models that will go on sale in 2024 and 2025.
A different wheel-drive variant will go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.1 seconds, but it will have a slightly more extensive range of 340 miles. Its highest speed will be limited to 112 miles per hour.
Rear-wheel drive will be available in 2025; it will go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 6.5 seconds and have a 250-mile range.
The unique and bulletproof exterior of the cybertruck will be applied to all three Cybertruck models. The vehicle also features shatter-resistant amour glass in addition to stainless-steel panels. Its roof is entirely made of glass.
The car’s front has a light bar, while the back lighter is beneath the trunk.
Tesla also unveiled several accessories for the cube truck, such as a pop-up inflatable tent that mounts on the vehicle’s boot and a range extender that can be installed to give the car a 470-mile range.
The Cybertruck has generated mixed reviews since its debut; some have called it “courageous,” while others have called it “ridiculous.”