The Tesla Cybertruck has a very specific external load-carrying system. It is, in reality, a radical reinterpretation of the classic pickup truck. Furthermore, the stainless steel body and wedge design give it quite an unreal look.
What to expect?
The Tesla Cybertruck was expected to hit the market in 2021, with a range of up to 500 miles, a maximum towing capacity of 14,000 pounds, and a starting price of around $40,000. The Cybertruck might be a smash if Elon and his team can deliver on their promises.
The Tesla Cybertruck with a single-engine starts at $39,900. The entry-level Dual Motor all-wheel-drive Cybertruck costs $49,900, while the top-of-the-line Tri-Motor all-wheel-drive Cybertruck costs $69,900. In addition, for an extra $10,000, you can have Full Self-Driving.
Everyone expects mass production to start the following year. You’ll be able to finish the configuration on Tesla’s site in 2022, but there’s no specific date. So far, it looks that the car has been delayed.
For a $100 refundable deposit, the Tesla Cybertruck is currently available for pre-order on Tesla’s website.