Tesla Cybertruck Delivery Specs and Price differs from initial

Cybertruck Delivery day

The long awaited and most anticipated Cybertruck delivery day is finally presented with the unleashing of the production candidate of the stainless body futuristic pickup truck announcing Cybertruck price with its amazing features and specs.

Tesla is delivering its first batch of Cybertrucks to customers on Thursday 30th November, 2023, marking four years since CEO Elon Musk introduced the stainless steel electric vehicle to the automotive world. Tesla is celebrating Cybertruck official arrival at its manufacturing plant in Austin, Texas.

Tesla began taking pre-orders for the Cybertruck in 2019 with the promise to start production in 2021. The pandemic delayed those plans but Tesla eventually finished its production plans and has set Cybertrucks at its rollout gate.

Tesla has made a name for itself by selling sleek sedans, including the Model S and the Model X. The Cybertruck is Tesla’s first pickup truck. In terms of power, the Cybertruck can tow more than 14,000 pounds and it can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds, according to Tesla. The interior seats six passengers and has a 17-inch touchscreen navigation for the driver.

The windows are made of shatter-proof “armor glass” and the vehicle’s trapezoid-like body is made of stainless steel alloy, making the entire vehicle look like something from a futuristic cyberpunk film.

“The Cybertruck’s rigid external steel is designed to eliminate the probability of dents, damage and long-term corrosion, while also being bulletproof, providing additional security,” analysts from Wedbush Securities said in a research note.

Cybertruck Price

Tesla has revealed final Cybertruck pricing, trims and range! Starting prices (excluding Fed EV credit):

  • RWD: $60,990 (250 mile range)
  • AWD: $79,990 (340 mile range)
  • Cyberbeast: $99,990 (320 mile range)

Cybertruck Specs

  • The rear-wheel drive Cybertruck has an estimated range of 250 miles and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds.
  • The all-wheel drive Cybertruck has an estimated 340-mile range, can go from 0 to 60 in 4.1 seconds, has a top speed of 112 mph, 600 horsepower, and a towing capacity of 11,000 pounds.
  • The Cyberbeast has an estimated 320-mile range, goes from 0 to 60 in 2.6 seconds, has 845 horsepower and an 11,000 pound towing capacity.

How to Buy a Cybertruck

At least for now, the Cybertruck will only be available online through pre-order on the company’s website. But even through pre-order, it may be tough to get your hands on one in the immediate future. Musk said recently that it will take time to bring the Cybertruck to full-scale production because it’s “one of those special products that comes along only once in a long while.”

The Cybertruck arrives at a time when automakers like Ford, General Motors and Toyota are trying to drive down the price of their electric vehicles to appeal to a wider audience. To further entice car shoppers, automakers are expanding the number of EV charging stations across the U.S.

The popularity of EVs has exploded in recent years as more automakers offer a wider variety of models and price points. The federal government is also offering tax credits for Americans who purchase certain EVs. Americans are on track to buy 1 million EVs this year for the first time in the vehicle segment’s history, according to Cox Automotive.

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