Elon Musk and his team could not hesitate any longer. After four years of waiting Tesla finally makes its first Cybertruck deliveries, pick up this has generated the most talk in the e-mobility sector. The event, scheduled for November 30, not only allowed us to see how some owners received their car. Musk also took advantage of the attention to share key information about the Cybertruck.
But let’s take things in order. First of all, Final version The Cybertruck, which goes into production next year, doesn’t have many changes compared to the model introduced in 2019.
pick upwhose measurements Length 5.6 m, width 2.41 m, height 1.8 m., maintains a look that’s straight out of a sci-fi novel. Actually, Elon Musk himself made it clear that “The future should be seen as the future”. Therefore, they never thought about changing the design to something more traditional.
Tesla Cybertruck arrives loaded with technology and power
Inside, everything is minimalist and technologically advanced. In the central part, like its younger brothers, it includes a huge 18.5″ screen, with which you can control the infotainment system and other functions of the Tesla Cybertruck. Passengers in the back will not be bored, because they have a second panel 9.4 inches.
In the center console we also find wireless charger for simultaneous power supply of up to 2 devices. Be careful with its sound system as it consists of 15 speakersincluding 2 subwoofers and amplifiers to provide exceptional sound whether you’re in the front or back.
However, it is clear that the Tesla Cybertruck is not a car for everyone. It aims to serve a specific market located primarily in the United States. In this country pick up, electric or not, are still quite popular. But if interested parties only want a practical car for traveling with the family, their best bet is the Model 3, Model X or Model Y.
Now, if you want a truck with plenty of space to carry all sorts of stuff, as well as enough power to take you through almost any terrain, then the Tesla Cybertruck is your option.
Depending on the model chosen, the Tesla Cybertruck boasts trailer load capacity up to 4990 kg.. In total it can carry payload up to 1134 kg.
Its engine also offers estimated range 547 km. Despite its size and questionable aerodynamics, it is capable of achieving from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.7 secondsand its maximum speed can reach 209 km/h. During the presentation, Elon Musk showed a video of the Cybertruck winning a race against a Porsche 911. Even more amazing: pick up It was towing the same model from the German automaker.
Another key to a cybertruck is its resilience. Outside, combines stainless steel panels, which allow it to fight dents and corrosion. At the presentation, we were able to see various tests confirming its survivability, including, of course, burst fire from automatic rifles. Things from the USA…
“Ultra-hard stainless steel exoskeleton helps reduce dents, damage and long-term corrosion. Repairs are done quickly and easily.”
Remember when the Cybetruck had a broken side window at the 2019 event? Well, Elon Musk knew about this and joked about it. Although they were going to repeat the same test, this time they were more careful and didn’t risk making a fool of themselves. Despite the above, they emphasized that crystals can withstand the effects of stones, including other objects.
“Armored glass can withstand a 70 mph baseball or a Class 4 hail storm. Acoustic glass helps make the cabin as quiet as outer space.”
The latest star feature of the Tesla Cybertruck is its huge rear trunk with a retractable curtain. Not only does it have plenty of space, but it also offers outlets to power devices or charge another electric car. If you lose power at home, the Cybertruck can be your temporary power source, providing up to 11.5 kW of power.
Okay… And the price? Of course, the Tesla Cybertruck doesn’t come cheap. These are its starting prices in the US, and we’re waiting to see how much it will cost in Mexico and Spain. However, please note that if you order it during this time It will reach you by 2025..
- Rear drive: US$49,890.
- Four-wheel drive: US$68,890.
- Cyberbeast: US$96,390.
Source: Hiper Textual
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