The Cybertruck is an all-electric, battery-powered, light duty pickup truck announced by Tesla, inc.
The stated goal of Tesla in developing the Cybertruck is to provide a sustainable energy substitute for the roughly 6,500 fossil-fuel-powered trucks sold per day in the United States.
While Tesla have discussed a pickup truck for several years, the Cybertruck was first teased at the Model Y launch in March 2019. It was unveiled at the Tesla Design Studio in Los Angeles on 21 November 2019, along with the Tesla Cyberquad ATV.
The Cybertruck will be produced at Gigafactory Texas by late 2021. Single Motor RWD production is expected to begin in late 2022.
There are three versions of the Cybertruck:
|Name||Availability||EPA Range||0-60 mph||Towing capacity|
|Single Motor RWD||Late 2022||250+ miles||<6.5s||7,500+ lbs (3,400 kgs)|
|Dual Motor AWD||Late 2021||300+ miles||<4.5s||10,000+ lbs (4,500 kgs)|
|Tri Motor AWD||Late 2021||500+ miles||<2.9s||14,000+ lbs (6,350 kgs)|
- Payload: Up to 3,500 lbs
- Vault length: 6.5 feet
- Storage capacity: 100 cubic feet of exterior, lockable storage including the vault, frunk, and sail pillars.
- Suspension: 4” in either direction
- Touchscreen size: 17”
- Body: Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless steel.
- Seating capacity: Up to six adults
Cybertruck is designed to have the utility of a truck and the performance of a sports car. The vehicle is built to be durable, versatile and capable, with exceptional performance both on-road and off-road. Cybertruck will come in three variants: Single Motor Rear-Wheel Drive, Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, and Tri Motor All-Wheel Drive.