Musk’s idea was to revolutionize: create a cargo vehicle with the same performance as a sports car. For this, the automaker has invested in a body that resembles futuristic cars, using a one-piece stainless steel structure in place of the traditional chassis.
Even in its entry-level engine and rear-wheel drive version, Cybertruck’s performance impresses: it will be able to hit 60 mph in just over 6.5 seconds and has a range of over 240 miles.
The pickup will also be offered in a version with two engines and 4 × 4 tractions (60 mph in 4.5 seconds and autonomy of over 300 miles) and three engines and 4 × 4 tractions (Cybertruck will be able to hit 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and run the quarter-mile in 10.8 seconds)
With a capacity for six passengers, the Tesla pickup will feature an all version items such as the Autopilot semi-autonomous steering system and an adaptive air suspension. In the entry version, the towing capacity is 7,500 lbs, up to 14,000 lbs, and 1,588 lbs of load on the top of the lined bucket.
Model hits the market in 2021, in the same price range as traditional SUVs like the Ford F-150 and RAM 2500