Tesla Cybertruck become a Museum piece

Tesla Cybertruck become a Museum piece


Petersen automotive Museum, located just South of Hollywood, has announced that it will reopen its doors on 19 June 2020. To lure visitors, the lobby will put an electric Tesla pickup truck Cybertruck, which debuted last fall.

The Petersen Museum, known for its futuristic design and extensive car collection will resume operation after the forced closure due to pandemic coronavirus. The exhibitors have agreed with Tesla that the novelty of the brand, pick-up Cybertruck, will be part of the exhibition – the electric car will be on display in the period from 20 to 27 June. This is the first time Cybertruck appear in public after the debut of the prototype, held on 21 November 2019.

The Museum has three themed areas, which exhibited more than two hundred vehicles of different eras. On the floor, where electric cars are presented two models of Tesla prototype Model S and the Roadster prototype of the first generation.


As for Tesla Cybertruck, it is already available for order. Basic version with one motor on the rear axle will cost to 39.9 thousand dollars, a twin-engine version (one motor on the front and rear axle) is of 49.9 thousand dollars, and three-engine (one on the front axle, two on rear) – 69,9 thousands of dollars.

To place an order, you must make a Deposit of $ 100. Earlier it was reported that just a few months was ordered more than 522 thousand copies Cybertruck.

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