The much-anticipated Tesla Cybertruck is likely to feature a battery pack capable of traveling 563 kilometers on a single charge, said one Twitter user, who also said he had received the information from three people with knowledge of the project. information. The Twitter user also revealed that a higher-range version of the electric pickup will be available, with a range of 800 kilometers on a single charge, but it will be launched at a later stage.
Interestingly, if the tweet is true, it means Tesla’s much-hyped first pickup truck won’t live up to the 998 claimed by CEO Elon Musk during its November 2019 unveiling. km cruising range. It also has a shorter range than the Chevrolet Silverado EV, which can travel 724 kilometers on a full charge.
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Production of Tesla’s highly anticipated all-electric pickup officially began last week at its Texas Gigafactory, nearly four years after the model was unveiled in prototype form in November 2019 and two years after actual production. Year. In 2019, although the initial prototype was exposed, Tesla said that the Cybertruck will be available in four powertrain options: single-motor rear-wheel drive with a cruising range of 402 kilometers, dual-motor all-wheel drive with a cruising range of It is 483 kilometers. The cruising range of the three-motor AWD is 804 kilometers, and the cruising range of the four-motor AWD is 998 kilometers.
The Tesla Cybertruck is priced at $39,900 for the base RWD version and $49,900 for the dual-motor AWD version. However, in 2021, Tesla removed all pricing and specifications from its official website, leaving us to speculate about the final price and specifications. Additionally, the electric car maker and its CEO, Elon Musk, have been accused of overpromising and underdelivering, severely delaying the project.
First published date: Jul 18, 2023 at 10:05 AM CST