Elon Musk Tesla pickup truck

CEO of Tesla Elon Musk has launched his first truck which would be popularly known as Cybertruck. Elon Musk Tesla pickup truck available in three different variants ranging from 250 miles, 300 miles, and 500 miles. Elon also added that the price of this new truck will start from $39,900. He also said that it will be available for purchase for the last of 2021.

Musk has launched this truck to present its powerful body and overall performance. Tesla’s chief of design has also said that he checked the Cyber truck’s body with beats of the hammer. He also added that truck’s body is bulletproof.

Further, he also said that the Cyber truck has won tug-of-war from Ford F150 and Porsche 911. But a few awkward moments also happened there. One among them was when Von Holzhausen threw a metal ball on window-glasses of the truck, they break into pieces. But they said that they has fixed the problem.

 

 

Product Info

Elon Musk Tesla pickup truck has been launched with three different variants-

1. The first variant consists of –

Type – Single Motor Rear Wheel Drive

Towing Capacity – 7,500 pound

Max Speed – 60 mph

The time required to reach max speed – 6.5 seconds

Price – $39,900

2. The second variant consists of

Type – Dual Motor all-wheel drive

Range – 300 miles

Towing Capacity – 10,000

Max Speed – 60 mph

The time required to reach max speed – 4.5 seconds

Price – $49,900

3. The third variant consists of
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Type – Triple motor all-wheel drive

Range – 500 miles

Towing Capacity – 14,000 pound

Max Speed – 60 mph

The time required to reach max speed – 2.9 seconds

Price – $69,900

 

Elon musk tesla pickup truck
Source – Dezeen

The company has made a truck with a seating capacity of six persons. The body of the truck is made from Ultra-hard stainless steel.

Elon Musk has been planning for this truck for the last several years. In 2012 he expressed his intentions for making a Tesla pickup truck by tweeting that he “would love to make a Tesla super truck” with “crazy torque” and “dynamic air suspension.” Further, in 2013 he again revealed to Business Insider about his plan for making cyber trucks.

Before the release of the Elon Musk tesla pickup truck, he uses to discuss it in different events where he uses to go.

Source: The Verge

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