Mexico Mayor orders Tesla Cybertrucks for police use: decision was ‘common sense’

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The Tesla Cybertruck appears to be attracting more and more customers thanks to its price and utility, including those in positions of power. Just recently, the mayor of Cuidad Valles, a municipality in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, announced that he has reserved 15 units of the all-electric pickup. The reason? They’re tough, capable, and very affordable to maintain and run. 

In a statement to news outlet El Imparcial, Mayor Adrián Esper Cárdenas explained that the 15 Cybertrucks he ordered will primarily be used by the municipality’s police force. The vehicles will also be utilized for otherwise heavy tasks such as pulling “water pipes and garbage containers” thanks to their power and speed. Overall, the reservation cost the municipality about MXN$30K or a little over US$1,500. 

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