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Tesla Cybertruck - All Electric Pickup Truck

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17 minutes ago, desertdude said:

Tesla wishes it was the Rivian Killer. And not to mention Rivian also makes an awesome SUV The R1S

And biggest reason of all it doesn't look like a couple of blokes made it in their shed with some spare tin sheets lying around
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Hahahahaha I remember that Top Gear episode 😂😂

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Now the people creativity comes in play to render however they like.

Thanks @Atif for sharing.

@desertdude I just shared this news and my viewpoints of Tesla Cybertruck - All Electric Pickup Truck, best things I like (those 5 points), but I am still not sold on EV idea all together, until they become viable.

All those points I like can be implemented in any Petrol trucks / suv too.

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I predict and bet my money on it, that this Cybertruck will be the mainstream SUV in 5 years.

Very smart move from Elon to step away from the traditional design. Finally something refreshing in the automotive world.

Tesla will be the benchmark for the automotive world.

 

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I wonder if this monstrosity is certified to carry flammable material?   

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On 11/22/2019 at 7:56 PM, Gaurav said:

Tesla Cybertruck launched yesterday in the category of all electric pick up truck.

Very weird and different design, seems to disturb initially but eventually it will grow on you (I think).

What do you guys think of design..........?

  • Single Motor: $39,900 - 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 sec with max speed at 110 mph
  • Dual Motor: $49,900 - 0- 60 mph in 4.5 sec with max speed at 120 mph
  • Tri Motor: $69,900 - 0- 60 mph in 2.9 sec with max speed at 130 mph

All Cybertrucks have an adjustable air suspension that can be raised or lowered on the fly and provides up to 16 inches of ground clearance. Add that to its 35-degree approach and 28-degree departure angles and the Tesla pickup could prove to be a formidable off-road machine.

The Cybertruck measures 231.7 inches long, 79.9 inches wide, and 75.0 inches tall. It features a 6.5-foot cargo bed that has 100 cubic feet of volume. Musk says that bed can hold up to 3500 pounds of payload on every version, and the strongest model can tow 14,000 pounds.

Figures seems really impressive to beat the best in competition from pricing, dimensions, performance, capability etc.

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Specswise this looks like a formidable offroad machine. But i am still not sure how electric power would fare against gasoline powered torque. Electric cars have a great deal of torque on road as compared to their gasoline counterparts but i wonder if it would be the same on sand. The shape could be better though.

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Im looking forward to see this on the sand.

I was disappointed when I saw the Gladiator out there. I had to recover them many times. That long wheel base is awful. 

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2 hours ago, Javier M said:

Im looking forward to see this on the sand.

I was disappointed when I saw the Gladiator out there. I had to recover them many times. That long wheel base is awful. 

LWB Jeeps have always been pathetic. I came to that conclusion when a well know automotive and off road journalist joined us for a drive in the then newly launched 4dr unlimited 

Later a good buddy also bought one and sold it in less than a year because of terrible off road performance.

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Yeah, never been a fan of the four doors, I have driven a couple of them and that extra weight just kills the power. It is a lot of difference driving a two door vs a four door. 

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1 hour ago, Javier M said:

Yeah, never been a fan of the four doors, I have driven a couple of them and that extra weight just kills the power. It is a lot of difference driving a two door vs a four door. 

Oh boy, now someone opened a can of worms from those 4 door Armada testing dayssssss.

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