Most of us have by now heard of Tesla Motors and accepted the motoring world is heading towards a sustainable future with manufactures producing more and more hybrid and fully electric cars and SUVs.
But have you heard of the CyberTruck? it might sound like something made up or reserved for a future time period but the Tesla CyberTruck is here, now.
Introducing the Tesla CyberTruck
The Tesla Cybertruck is an all-electric battery-powered light commercial vehicle in development by Tesla, Inc. Three models have been announced, with range estimates of 250–500 miles (400–800 km) and an estimated 0–60 mph time of 2.9–6.5 seconds, depending on the model.
Tesla claims it will be the toughest pick-up truck in the world, with a stainless steel body that can handle a 9mm bullet or a hit from a sledge hammer, and comes with super-strength glass.
All versions of the Tesla Cybertruck will come with adaptive air suspension so the vehicle has a low ride at freeway speeds to better slip through the air, and class-leading ground clearance when heading off-road.
The tailgate, ingeniously, had a slide-out tray that doubles as a ramp to load quad bikes or motor bikes. The rear suspension also dropped automatically as the tailgate opened.
For off-road fans, the approach angle was claimed to be 35 degrees, departure 28 degrees.
Inside, there’s seating for six adults. The dash has a massive 17-inch touchscreen.
Cybertruck is built with an exterior shell made for ultimate durability and passenger protection. Starting with a nearly impenetrable exoskeleton, every component is designed for superior strength and endurance, from Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin to Tesla armour glass.
Tesla is quite literally shaping the cars of tomorrow and forcing other car manufactures to conform or adjust their designs to keep up with a very futuristic product line-up.
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