Elon Musk has been revealing little details about the Cybertruck for quite a few months now. He has managed to keep Tesla fans’ enthusiasm levels high. Elon gave a glimpse of the Cybertruck and other upcoming developments by Tesla at the recent Shareholders Meeting in Texas.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk hinted at the possibility of customizable features and third-party add-ons for the Cybertruck, generating excitement among fans. He used the fire emoji to indicate that the package of options will be impressive and manufactured by external parties.
The Cybertruck’s dashboard boasts an impressive 18.5-inch display screen, making it the largest among Tesla’s vehicle lineup. This surpasses the 17-inch screens found in the Model S and Model X.
The Cybertruck prototype showcased in March 2023 was around 5 percent smaller than the initial version proposed in 2019. As a result, the vehicle’s passenger capacity decreased from six to five individuals.
In terms of cargo capacity, the Cybertruck features a six-inch longer bed (73 inches) compared to a Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew. Despite the larger bed, the Cybertruck maintains smaller overall exterior dimensions compared to the F-150 Raptor.
Unlike conventional materials, the Cybertruck’s dashboard is made from recycled paper, aligning with Tesla’s commitment to reducing animal products in their vehicle interiors and promoting eco-friendly alternatives, as reported by Car and Driver.
One standout feature of the Cybertruck prototype is its gigawiper, an exceptionally large windshield wiper that has garnered attention. Elon Musk acknowledged the challenges associated with its design on Twitter and expressed a desire for a deployable wiper that could stow in the front trunk.
sThe Cybertruck boasts impressive performance features, including a low center of gravity for enhanced traction control and torque. It can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and offers a range of up to 500 miles. Additionally, it has a payload capacity of up to 3,500 pounds, adjustable air suspension, and over 14,000 pounds of towing capability.
The Internet has opened up with many comments and points of view for Tesla’s much-awaited Cybertruck.
Bonus: The Tesla Cybertruck is already in high demand, with over 15 million orders placed. Production is slated to commence in mid-2023, and the first deliveries are expected in early 2024. The price range for the Cybertruck varies from $40,000 to $70,000, depending on the chosen features, and interested customers can pre-order one for just $100. Moving beyond, Elon Musk, gave a glimpse of Tesla Bots which are in the making.