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Elon Musk’s Tesla Unveils the Cybertruck

This electric machine is supposed to resist any external attack (but did not resist during the show) Musk invited someone to throw a small metal ball at the window, claiming it would not even crack. It smashed. And Musk said, “Oh my f…… god.”

Tesla Cybertruck: Elon Musk unveils a futuristic, armored electric pickup truck with a range of up to 800 km

Elon Musk had warned: his vehicle would look “futuristic” and “cyberpunk” inspired by Blade Runner, Ridley Scott’s science fiction movie. “It looks like nothing else,” Tesla’s CEO proudly summed up on stage, pointing to his massive, angular pickup truck at a show in the manufacturer’s design center in Hawthorne, California. A design that is quickly mocked on social networks.

After several months of speculation and teasing, Tesla finally unveiled her first electric pickup truck that had been feeding the fan imagination for ages. We were expecting a Tesla Cybertruck worthy of a futuristic military armoured vehicle, as Elon Musk announced a few weeks ago. The manufacturer likes to take risks and let’s face it, the pickup truck is not ordinary both in its look and its characteristics. It gives us the impression of coming out of an SF film from the 80s.

Tesla Cybertruck: several versions and a range of up to 800 km, starting at $39,999

The entry-level version is a single engine model with a towing capacity of 3,400 kg and a range of more than 250 km. It is capable of carrying six passengers. The intermediate version is twin engine (all-wheel drive) with a towing capacity of more than 10,000 kg. Its announced range is 300 km in one load and it will be offered at a price of $49,900. Electric pickup truck would go on sale in the fall of 2021.

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