Tesla Cybertruck was revealed in Los Angeles and it is appeared futuristic and even a “brutalist electric pickup.”
The Cybertruck is similar to other full-size pickups at 231.7 inches in length. But all thigs are different. The exterior design is very unexpected. Musk has called the design “heart-stopping” and said the project is his “personal favorite” out of all the ones Tesla is working on. It uses 1-3 electric motors among three different powertrain options.The mid-level, dual-motor version of the truck, which is supposed to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds, will eventually start at $49,900. The basic single-motor model of the Cybertruck will allegedly get 250 miles or more on a full battery, with a 3,500-pound payload limit and 7,500-pound towing capacity. The three-motor version has a proposed 500-plus mile range and 14,000-pound towing capacity,with an adaptive air suspension, and up to 16 inches of ground clearance.
The Cybertruck has a stainless steel body, or “exoskeleton” as Musk called it, the design of which is what helped open up so much room in the cabin in the first place. It has inside in-car software on a landscape-oriented, 17-inch touchscreen, media streaming from Spotify and Netflix. Autopilot will be available as an option as well. Charging will be maxing out around 250 kW on Tesla's Supercharger network. The Cybertruck will arrive sometime in late 2021.