Tesla has displayed the upcoming Cybertruck at the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles for one week. The production-spec trim of the pick-up truck will be offered in three different trim levels.
Tesla Cybertruck has finally made its public debut at the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. The prototype version has been put on display for a whole week between 20th to 26th June along with the Tesla Model S concept and the first-gen Roadster concept. The automotive museum has been opened on Friday last week after a few months of lockdown. The Tesla Cybertruck was first showcased at a private event in November last year.
The production-spec model will have similar dimensions as the concept version of the pick-up
Moreover, Elon Musk has confirmed that in terms of dimensions, the production-ready version of the pick-up will be quite similar to that of the concept model. The concept version of the Cybertruck is 5885mm long, 2083mm wide 1905mm tall and has a wheelbase of 3087mm. He also said that Tesla could also introduce a smaller version of the pick-up truck later, but he did not mention a possible timeline of the upcoming model. The all-new Tesla Cybertruck will be offered in three different trim levels namely- Single Motor RWD, Dual Motor AWD and Tri-Motor AWD. The Single Motor RWD costs at $39,900 and it offers a range of 250 miles.
The top-spec Tri-Motor AWD trim can sprint from 0-100 kmph in just 2.9 seconds
It has a towing capacity of 7,500 pounds. The Dual Motor AWD trim offers a range of 300 miles and has a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. It is priced at $49,900. At last, the top-of-the-line Tri-Motor AWD model offers a towing capacity of 14,000 pounds and promises over 500 miles of range. It has been priced at $69,900.The Single and Dual Motor trims are scheduled to launch by the end of next year, while the bigger top-spec Tri-Motor AWD variant is expected to launch late 2022. The all-new Cybertruck is based on a completely new platform. The top-spec ‘tri-motor’ trim of the Cybertruck can sprint from 0 to 100 kmph in just 2.9 seconds, and the single motor variant does the same job in 6.5 seconds. Furthermore, the Tesla Cybertruck has already received over 6,50,000 pre-orders.