Tesla’s Cybertruck unveiled, shatters the glass of fame

Tesla’s Cybertruck unveiled, shatters the glass of fame

Tesla unveiled its much awaited all electric pick up truck on Thursday at an event held in Los Angeles, California. CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk introduced the Cybertruck on stage in the event on Thursday night; the audience who were not actually anticipating to see the truck on-stage were much excited and thrilled. However, the demonstration of the rigorousness of the truck failed when Von Holzhausen, Tesla’s chief of design hit the almost bullet-proof glass with a metal ball and shattered two windows, in an efforts of validation. 

“Oh my F…g God”, said Musk in a reaction, “Well, maybe that was a little too hard”, awkwardly.

“We’ll fix it in post”, quipped Musk.

Elon musk tweeted in 2012 that he would love to make a super truck with crazy torque and dynamic air suspension. Since then, the news of Tesla’s most anticipated truck have been making rounds. 

Cybertruck is built from ultra-hard 30X cold- rolled stainless steel for ultimate durability and passenger protection. Designed to perform in almost any extreme situation with ease, Cybertruck has an ability to pull near infinite mass with towing capability of over 14,000 pounds. Its armor glass is made of ultra-strong glass and polymer-layered composite that can absorb and redirect impact force for improved performance and damage tolerance.

IMG Credit: Tesla

Tesla’s Cybertruck comes in three versions,

  •  The low-end Cybertruck, which has a single-motor and rear-wheel drive, has a range of 250 miles per charge,  and has a capacity of towing 75,000 pounds, priced at $39,900
  •  The dual-motor all-wheel-drive version, should get 300 miles of range and has a capacity of towing 10,000 pound, priced at $49,900
  •  The tri-motor with all-wheel drive version, with 500 miles of range and has a capacity of towing 14,000 pound, priced at $69,900 

Every component of the Cybertruck is designed for superior strength and endurance. Tesla Cybertruck is claimed to be the most powerful tool Tesla has ever built and is versatile. With up to 3,500 pounds of payload capacity and adjustable 4 inch air suspension that can rise and lower in either direction, the Cybertruck can seat up to six people comfortably with additional storage under the second-row seats, it also has a vault of 6.5 feet. It comes with an advanced 17″ touchscreen with all-new customized user interface.

The production of the Cybertruck is anticipated to bring about in late 2021, however pre-orders can be made at Tesla.com