Tesla’s new pickup cybertruck was revealed on November 21, 2019, that looks nothing like the common trucks we see everywhere, the design opted for the truck was quite unique and was unseen before. Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed this electric pickup truck at its Design Studio in Hawthorne, California.
For the best protection and durability, cybertruck exoskeleton is specifically designed with ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin to Tesla Armor glass that provides better endurance and strength.
Musk said in his presentation that they used the same stainless steel allow for the manufacturing of this truck, that they used in SpaceX rockets. This Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin helps eliminate any kind of dents and corrosion.
An ultra-strong, polymer-layered composite glass called the armored glass can absorb and redirect impact force for improved performance and damage tolerance. However, during the presentation of this truck when Tesla’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen hit the glass with a metal ball, the glass broke.
Musk claimed that the truck will provide with some excellent capabilities. The truck has a payload capacity of 3500 pounds. It has 120-volt and 240-volt power outlets. An onboard air compressor, turning the truck into a mobile power station for work sites is also present. In terms of towing capabilities, cybertruck can tow up to 14000 pounds and can hit 60 mph in under 3 seconds. With one charge, the user can drive the truck to up to 500 miles.
Along with carrying cargo, the truck has lockable storage spaces. Drivers can easily adjust the ride height of the truck according to their needs using an adjustable air suspension system.
Moreover, the truck provides an eye-catching and flexible interior with six comfortable seats. The second row of seats provides additional storage. Also, for better user interface the truck has 17” touchscreen too.
Not only specifications, but the price of the truck was outstanding too. The base version of the Cybertruck, with a single motor, will start at $39,900. It’s for 250 miles of range, a tow rating of 7,500 pounds. And a 0- to 60-mph time of 6.5 seconds. A dual-motor $49,000 version can tow 10,000 pounds and reach 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, with 300 miles of range. And the top-of-the-line variant, starting at $69,900, will go more than 500 miles between charges, hit 60 mph in under 3 seconds, tow up to 14,000 pounds.
It’s different from other pickups in obvious ways. Tesla’s new cybertruck promises to provide the passenger with a better experience at low cost.