tesla cybertruck

On November 30, Tesla will officially introduce the Cybertruck’s production-ready variant to the general public. In July of this year, Tesla revealed a sneak peek of the Cybertruck in all of its manufacturing grandeur, having started series manufacture of the vehicle at its Texas Gigafactory.

The most recent images that have appeared online provide us with a clear view of the future Cybertruck and its production-spec cabin. Although this does not reveal much, the interior photos do. The Cybertruck’s styling is identical to that of the ideas and pre-production versions.

The Cybertruck’s dashboard is still simple, with a big 17-inch touchscreen display taking center stage, just like other Tesla models. The car in the spy photos has a distinctive gray and white look that might come standard on one of the variations. The square-shaped steering wheel is still distinctly Tesla, but it lacks the Yoke.

On closer inspection of the touchscreen display, controls for the steering, suspension, wing mirrors, and bed cover are visible. Also, it displays controls for the headlights, car wash mode, sentry mode, kid lock, and a few more features. The Cybertruck has a frunk, or the front storage area set up by the absence of an engine, with the other Tesla models.

Tesla has earlier said that the Cybertruck’s body is made from ultra-hard 30X cold-rolled stainless steel and is claimed to be able to withstand attacks from 9mm bullets.

There are three powertrain options on offer with one, two, or three electric motors. The entry-level single-motor, rear-wheel-drive Cybertruck will do 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds, has a claimed range of 250 miles, and can tow up to 7,500 pounds. Payload capacity is 3,500 pounds, which is standard across the range.

The mid-range dual-motor Cybertruck does 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds and has the same 250 mile range. The tri-motor variant uses Tesla’s Plaid EV powertrain, same as the Model S Plaid, and has a range of 500 miles with a towing capacity of 14,000 pounds.

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Cybertruck bookings opened for United States customers a few months ago, and customer deliveries are likely to commence on November 30. 

Online rumors claim that Tesla will ship the first ten Cybertrucks on November 30 and the remaining ones progressively after that. The Cybertruck appears to have a huge order book as well. Independent crowd-sourced reservation trackers have re-released a reservation figure for the Cyberturck, which is estimated to be in the neighborhood of two million units, despite the absence of an official number from the company.

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