The specifications of the Cybertruck are here, check it out:
With as many as three electric motors to play with, the Cybertruck has lots of towing potential. The entry-level Single Motor RWD Cybertruck will be rated to tow around 7,500 pounds of towing capacity and reaches 0-60 mph in under 6.5 seconds. It should do more than 250 miles in range and the prices will begin at $39,900.
The Dual Motor AWD, which has a motor for the front axle and another for the rear, has a towing capacity at around 10,000 pounds. This Cybertruck speeds up 0-60 mph under 4.5 seconds. Extend that to over 300 miles and prices start from $49,900.
The Tri-Motor AWD Cybertruck can tow more than 14,000 pounds. In under 2.9 seconds it could reach 0-60 mph, the automaker claims. It will probably cost $69,900, and if you want the Full-Self Driving package, that’s another $7,000.
The vault is 6.5 feet long and is rated for more than 3,500 pounds. There’s a handy under-bed storage area. There’s a front trunk and the Cybertruck also adds extra capacity in the buttress-like sail pillars. Altogether you’re looking at 100 cubic feet of exterior space. Items in the bed can be charged up via 110/240V outlets. Meanwhile, inside, the rear seats lift to reveal more room for cargo.
By the end of 2019, buyers of Tesla’s cars won’t be eligible for any federal incentives (though state incentives may still apply).