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Tesla Cybertruck review: Kantiger pickup truck in Bladerunner design

Tesla Cybertruck review: Kantiger pickup truck in Bladerunner design

By  Goraud Mazanec 2019-11-25 2911 0

Elon Musk unveiled his first all-electric pickup truck on Thursday. The design of the Tesla Cybertruck polarizes, it could also be a vehicle from science fiction flicks like Bladerunner or Robocop.

The Cybertruck has many corners and edges - other car manufacturers would rather present such a vehicle as a concept study: But Telas Cybertruck is a production vehicle that will be rolling on the roads from the end of 2021 and will split the minds with its design. Drivers of the pickup truck with the retrofuturistic design will undoubtedly be noticed.

Tesla Cybertruck: Almost built like a tank

Tesla Cybertruck not only looks like a car that can withstand any attack from a post-apocalyptic world, it is almost constructed that way. According to the manufacturer, the pickup-Stromer has a novel body with a kind of skeletal structure. In addition, the Cybertruck is equipped with an outer shell for ultimate durability and occupant protection, says Tesla.

Tesla Cybertruck 

According to Tesla, the exoskeleton is impenetrable and consists of ultra-hard 30X cold-rolled stainless steel, which is also used for Space-X rockets. It is practically bulletproof - on stage the vehicle was maltreated with a sledgehammer - without any visible traces. Even the glass of the panes was hardened and unbreakable. For the demonstration on stage, Tesla's head of design Franz von Holzhausen threw metal balls against the pane, which then broke against expectations (in the integrated video from minute 1:12). Elon Musk joked shyly with the statement that it would be fixed until the market launch.

Up to six people can fit into the Tesla Cybertruck

The equally angular interior of the truck is designed to accommodate six people. Similar to Model 3, the front has a touchscreen with a 17-inch diagonal. The angular theme of the vehicle continues with the steering wheel: it is not round as usual, but adapted to the general look of the Cybertruck.

Tesla Cybertruck 

The Cybertruck, like a pickup truck, has a loading area called Vault by Tesla. This can be translated as a vault or safe. The name is probably connected with the fact that the cover of the loading area can be retracted and extended automatically. In contrast to most pickups, the tailgate can not only be opened to a horizontal position, but can also be lowered further and elements pulled out. These can be used to form a ramp - ideal for transporting motorcycles or quad bikes.

Tesla Cybertruck 

Tesla has also thought of other gimmicks in his Cybertruck, which can be useful in the wilderness or in the post-apocalypse. Among other things, an inverter for 110 and 220 volt sockets is integrated to operate electrical appliances. A compressed air compressor is also installed in the truck, and optional work surfaces for camping trips or repair work can also be attached to the loading area. Tesla is also working on a large trailer and a quad in the same design, according to the illustrations on the Cybertruck website.

Tesla Cybertruck with up to 800km range

Tesla offers the Cybertruck in three versions: The model with the smallest equipment has a single engine rear wheel drive with 250 miles (about 400 kilometers) range, 7,500 pounds (about 3.5 tons) trailer load and an acceleration from zero to 60 miles per hour (about 100 km/h) in 6.5 seconds. The basic version of the vehicle costs 39,900 US dollars.

Tesla Cybertruck 

The second model has a dual-engine all-wheel drive with 300 miles (about 480 kilometers) range, 10,000 pounds (4.5 tons) trailer load. The model is expected to go from zero to 60 miles per hour (mph) in less than 4.5 seconds. Cost: from 49,900 dollars.

Model three has a triple all-wheel drive with 500 miles (800 kilometers) range. According to Tesla, the trailer load is 14,000 pounds (6.3 tons). The most powerful Cybertruck accelerates from zero to 60 mph in less than 2.9 seconds. Tesla charges $69,900 or more for this monster equipment. This variant is not expected to go into production until the end of 2022.

Specifications of the three Cybertruck models at a glance

Tesla Cybertruck 

For fast loading, the Cybertruck supports Teslas V3 Supercharger to get from A to B quickly, even with a trailer. Tesla does not give concrete information about the battery size and further details. Musk, however, boasted on stage that the Cybertruck was better than Ford's F150 and outperformed the Porsche 911 in terms of performance.

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