the new Tesla “Cybertruck” looks incredible

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Elon Musk has described the Cybertruck in development as a “special project” close to his heart – and with brand new footage of the all-electric vehicle in action, we can see why.
 
The latest news is that the Cybertruck may not hit the road until 2023, as Tesla continues to face a supply chain storm brought on by both the global pandemic and the global chip shortage.


What is the Tesla Cybertruck?

For those unfamiliar with Elon Musk’s highly anticipated vehicle project, the Tesla Cybertruck is unlike any road vehicle we’ve seen before.

For starters, it’s supposed to offer “more utility than a truck and more performance than a sports car,” according to Tesla’s official product page for the vehicle. 
 
The Cybertruck has been designed with a “nearly impenetrable” exterior shell made from “Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin” and “Tesla armor glass” – which should keep passengers and the vehicle itself protected from all types of damage.
 
As for that impressive utility, the truck has been engineered with 100 cubic feet of exterior, lockable storage – found in places such as the under-bed, trunk and sail pillars – and will come prepared with on-board power and compressed air.

It’s heavy, sure, but the Cybertruck will also be mighty quick. Tesla is claiming it can sprint from 0-60mph in as little as 2.9 seconds, thanks to a powerful drivetrain and low center of gravity providing “extraordinary traction control and torque.”

As for range, the Cybertruck is set to offer up to 500 miles – which is an equally mind-blowing figure given the state of the competition right now.
 
2022 tesla cybertruck front


If these credentials prove accurate when it finally hits the road, the Cybertruck will rival ultra-premium EVs like the Mercedes EQS for performance while offering the practical versatility of utility vehicles like electric Hummer.
 
Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Cybertruck is available with not just one, not just two, but three electric motors. While the single-motor truck has rear-wheel drive, the two- and three-motor models have all-wheel drive. Tesla claims it’ll go from zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and top out at 110 mph. The dual-motor Cybertruck will reportedly reach 60 mph in just 4.5 ticks and have a top speed of 120 mph. 
 
Those looking for the ultimate performance will appreciate the three-motor model, which Tesla says will essentially teleport from zero to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds (!) with a top speed of 130 mph. All Cybertrucks have an adjustable air suspension that can be raised or lowered on the fly and provides up to 16 inches of ground clearance.
 
 Add that to its 35-degree approach and 28-degree departure angles and the Tesla pickup could prove to be a formidable off-road machine.

 

Musk himself has already described his latest four-wheeled project as “a glitch in the Matrix” – but judging by this latest footage, the Cybertruck is looking more and more like an extremely exciting reality. 
 
2023 Tesla Cybertruck
Starting at $39,900
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the new Tesla “Cybertruck” looks incredible

Elon Musk has described the Cybertruck in development as a "special project" close to his heart - and with brand new footage of the all-electric vehicle in action, we can see why.
 The latest news is that the Cybertruck may not hit the road until 2023, as Tesla continues to face a supply chain storm brought on by both the global pandemic and the global chip shortage.


What is the Tesla Cybertruck?
For those unfamiliar with Elon Musk's highly anticipated vehicle project, the Tesla Cybertruck is unlike any road vehicle we've seen before.

For starters, it's supposed to offer "more utility than a truck and more performance than a sports car," according to Tesla's official product page for the vehicle. 
 The Cybertruck has been designed with a "nearly impenetrable" exterior shell made from "Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin" and "Tesla armor glass" – which should keep passengers and the vehicle itself protected from all types of damage.
 As for that impressive utility, the truck has been engineered with 100 cubic feet of exterior, lockable storage – found in places such as the under-bed, trunk and sail pillars – and will come prepared with on-board power and compressed air.

It's heavy, sure, but the Cybertruck will also be mighty quick. Tesla is claiming it can sprint from 0-60mph in as little as 2.9 seconds, thanks to a powerful drivetrain and low center of gravity providing "extraordinary traction control and torque."

As for range, the Cybertruck is set to offer up to 500 miles – which is an equally mind-blowing figure given the state of the competition right now. 2022 tesla cybertruck front


If these credentials prove accurate when it finally hits the road, the Cybertruck will rival ultra-premium EVs like the Mercedes EQS for performance while offering the practical versatility of utility vehicles like electric Hummer. Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Cybertruck is available with not just one, not just two, but three electric motors. While the single-motor truck has rear-wheel drive, the two- and three-motor models have all-wheel drive. Tesla claims it'll go from zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and top out at 110 mph. The dual-motor Cybertruck will reportedly reach 60 mph in just 4.5 ticks and have a top speed of 120 mph.  Those looking for the ultimate performance will appreciate the three-motor model, which Tesla says will essentially teleport from zero to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds (!) with a top speed of 130 mph. All Cybertrucks have an adjustable air suspension that can be raised or lowered on the fly and provides up to 16 inches of ground clearance.  Add that to its 35-degree approach and 28-degree departure angles and the Tesla pickup could prove to be a formidable off-road machine.

 

Musk himself has already described his latest four-wheeled project as "a glitch in the Matrix" – but judging by this latest footage, the Cybertruck is looking more and more like an extremely exciting reality.  2023 Tesla Cybertruck
Starting at $39,900
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