The final version of the Tesla Cybertruck was filmed from a drone. It differs slightly from the prototype.
In California, at the Tesla test site, a drone filmed a Cybertruck pickup in the production version. The electric car is undergoing final tests, and it is planned to launch production in late 2022 or early 2023. This is reported by the Carscoops website.
Serial Tesla Cybertruck appeared for the first time, previously only prototypes of the model were seen. The main differences from them are the presence of a huge wiper and rear-view mirrors. Elon Musk explained that he planned to replace the mirrors with cameras, but this is still prohibited in the US.
The rest of the Tesla Cybertruck pickup is unchanged from the concept car and retains its futuristic chopped design. In addition, earlier Elon Musk said that the top-end modification will receive steerable rear wheels, air suspension and four electric motors at once.
Recall that the most expensive version of the Tesla Cybertruck will be able to accelerate to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds and develop 210 km / h, and its range will be 800 km. This electric car costs $ 69,900.
The basic rear-wheel drive version for $ 39,900 is capable of reaching 100 km / h in 6.5 seconds and traveling 400 km without recharging. In the all-wheel drive twin-engine version, the cruising range is already 480 km, and acceleration to a hundred takes 4.5 seconds.
Earlier it was reported that a Tesla Cyberquad electric ATV can be purchased with the Cybertruck. It can be recharged from a pickup truck.