The first Tesla Cybertruck was produced at Gigafactory Texas. An image of the production all-electric pickup truck has been released by the electric vehicle maker via its official Twitter account.
As is typical of the company’s other product milestones, a commemorative photo of the production Cybertruck featured the vehicle itself and the Tesla team. Members of the Tesla team could be seen smiling as they celebrated the all-electric pickup truck.
The Cybertruck in the post recently commemorative photo would probably be the first of a long series because the list of pre-orders for the vehicle is very long. In January of this year, industry watchers estimated there were around 1.7 million Tesla Cybertruck pre-orders. Such a number — or even a fraction of it — would likely keep Tesla busy for the next two years.
The Tesla Cybertruck has experienced notable delays in production. When the vehicle was unveiled in late 2019, CEO Elon Musk estimated that the vehicle would enter production in late 2021, with more configurations entering production in 2022. This date has been postponed several times as the company has continued to bring in adjustments to the all-electric pickup. truck.
A good reason behind the Cybertruck delays is the fact that the pickup truck is simply a vehicle unlike anything that has been produced before. Despite the delays, however, CEO Elon Musk and design chief Franz von Holzhausen stressed that the Cybertruck was well worth the wait.
Although several tweaks have been made to the Cybertruck, some of the vehicle specs that were announced during its unveiling are expected to roll out to the production version of the pickup truck. These include a payload capacity of 3,500 pounds, a towing capacity of between 7,500 and 14,000 pounds depending on the variant, and 100 cubic feet of exterior storage.
The Cybertruck is also expected to deliver outstanding off-road performance with a 35-degree approach angle, 28-degree departure angle, and up to 16 inches of ground clearance. Similar to other Tesla vehicles, the Cybertruck is expected to feature impressive acceleration, with the top-tier variant of the pickup truck originally advertised to have a 0-60mph time of 2.9 seconds.
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