Cybertruck requires no introduction! Its launch and the breakage of glass is part of the best thing on internet right now! Lets decode the 7 interesting facts about this journey and get ourselves updated where the world is at with Cybertruck. So what are we waiting for lets get rolling!!!!
1. Why Tesla Cybertruck?
In 2016, Musk envisioned a new kind of consumer pickup truck which will be all-electric battery-powered light commercial vehicle to provide a sustainable energy substitute for the roughly 6,500 fossil fuel powered trucks sold per day in the United States. In case you dont know, pickup trucks are easy to load and unload and are especially popular in the countryside for agricultural cargo or tools.
2. Why Tesla Cybertruck looks weird?
According to TechCrunch, the reason the Cybertruck looks so peculiar is that it’s a “unibody truck.” This means that unlike many of the more familiar pickup truck designs, which are made of a separate frame and body, the Cybertruck is built around a “metal cage” that houses and protects the batteries as well as the people inside the vehicle.
3. Tesla Cybertruck Price
The base price of the rear-wheel drive model of the vehicle will be $39,900, with all-wheel drive models starting at $49,900. Cybertruck production is slated to begin in 2021, with more models being offered by 2022.
4.Telsa Cybertruck meme
The Cybertruck was unveiled at the Tesla Design Studio in Los Angeles on 21 November 2019. During the presentation, Musk demonstrated the durability of the vehicle and its materials. During pre-show test where a steel ball was thrown at the windows of the truck itself by chief of design Franz von Holzhausen with apparently no damage, the windows were damaged when Holzhausen repeated the test during the show. Musk jokingly exclaimed that “the ball didn’t make it through”
5.Tesla Cybertruck Features
The truck will use self-leveling suspension which compensates for variable load and some models will have all-wheel drive. Other standard features include on-board power inverters for supplying both 120 and 240-volt electricity, allowing use of power tools without a portable generator. An air compressor for powering pneumatic tools is included. The exterior stainless steel sheet-metal is bullet-resistant against 9 mm caliber bullets. All vehicles will also come with Tesla Autopilot.
6. Tesla Cybertruck Interior
The interior of the prototype unveiled on 21 November 2019 includes a 17-inch center display, seating for 6 using two bench seats with the front middle seat being a fold-down center arm rest, a digital rear-view camera based mirror, a race car style steering yoke, and a dashboard with a surface resembling marble.
7.Tesla Cybertruck Booking
On 23 November 2019, Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla had received 146,000 pre-orders in the first 1.5 days after the unveiling—each requiring a US$100 refundable deposit—with 42% choosing the dual-motor configuration, 41% choosing the tri-motor configuration, and 17% choosing the single-motor configuration. The number reached 250,000 on 26 November.