The first global launch of the Tesla Cybertruck electric truck took place at a special event in Southern California, USA on Thursday, November 21st.
Although we have been waiting for the production version of 2020 Tesla Roadster, or maybe the date of the production of the Tesla Model Y – the mini version of the Tesla Model – to be released, but Tesla chose to surprise us with this truck Thursday evening, which was revealed with a very strange design that seems to draw from the world of Sci-Fi movies!
Tesla’s newest electric vehicle comes with a sharp-angled body made of scratch-resistant steel alloys, which was put to the test with a heavy hammer challenge. The body of this new vehicle can withstand 9mm rounds of bullets and is equipped with very strong glass (but not as strong as Elon Musk).
Figures of Tesla Cybertruck:
Length of rear bed is 1.98 meters. (Standard)
Maximum Load of 1,587 kg.
Maximum Towing capability of 6,300 kg.
Away from the bold exterior of the Tesla Cybertruck which undoubtedly relies on electric power just like all current Tesla cars, The standard version is based on a single electric motor with rear-wheel drive or two electric motors with all-wheel drive.
The top version of this pickup is powered by 3 electric motors with all-wheel-drive, and the new electric vehicle has great off-road capabilities. It can rise up to 40.6 cm from the ground with its advances adaptive air suspension.
The performance figures of Cybertruck are amazing in its top version; it can accelerate from 0 to 96 km / h in just 2.9 seconds, and it can travel a quarter mile (400 meters) in 10.8 seconds.
The Tesla Cybertruck will be available in three categories in terms of electric charge range. The lower version will travel 402 kilometers per charge, and the higher version can travel up to 805 kilometers per charge.
The price of the Tesla Cybertruck in its highest class, which is based on three electric motors, starts from 69,900 US dollars equivalent to 262,125 Saudi riyals. But of course, you need a lot of patience as delivery expected to start by the end of 2021