Tesla unveils all-electric Cybertruck at a Sci-Fi-style event in California on Thursday. This battery-powered Cybertruck would be able to drive in ranges from 250, 300 and 500 miles. The prices of the truck would range from $39,900 for the 250-mile range version, $49,900 for the 300-mile version and $69,900 for the 500-mile version. The production of the truck was set to begin in late 2021.
Tesla unveils all-electric Cybertruck
With this all-electric battery-powered Cybertruck, Tesla marks the initial foray into a booming market which is dominated by America’s best-selling vehicle, the Ford F-series truck. Tesla claims that the Cybertruck would be able to drive in ranges from 250, 300 and 500 miles. The prices of this new truck would range from $39,900 for the 250-mile range version, $49,900 for the 300-mile version and $69,900 for the 500-mile version.
This Cybertruck is the company’s sixth vehicle since 2003, the year in which it was founded. The production of the truck was set to begin in late 2021. The Cybertruck would not look like a conventional L-shaped pickup.
The body is made up of stainless-steel exoskeleton which is having sharp angles all over and a swooping windshield extended over a six-seat cabin.
During the event, Tesla CEO Elon Musk demonstrated the strength of the car’s new unbreakable glass. He asked one of the people onstage to try to break the truck’s windows. It shattered but proved that it was a little too hard.
Later, when another assistant whacked at a conventional car door and so it was dented. Then he did the same to the Cybertruck’s door with a large mallet, but the Tesla did not dent.
On a whole, we can say that It’s a bold push for the Silicon Valley firm, who are hoping to prove their mettle in the competitive market of electric pick-up trucks.
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