Tesla Cybertruck Towing Comparison
One of the biggest talking points of the Tesla Cybertruck has been its impressive towing capacity. Musk shook the world when he announced that the Cybertruck will be able to tow up to 300,000 pounds. It took a lot of people by surprise and left them befuddled.
During the launch, however, Musk announced the highest rating to be 14,000 pounds. Forget about beating its own expectations, the Cybertruck has not even beaten the competition. If there is something to save the Cybertruck’s grace here, it’s the instant torque on offer from a standstill. Take that out of the equation and Tesla’s wonderkid will be ruled if towing capacity is an absolute must for you. So, how does it fare against the current competition?
Tesla Shocks and Awes with Cybertruck Pricing Details
The arrival of the Tesla Cybertruck has sent shockwaves throughout the auto industry. The all-new electric truck burst into the scene last night in Los Angeles and among the litany of important and breathtaking details that were revealed, none were as surprising as the truck’s price tag, or price tags depending on the trim that you get.
The Tesla Cybertruck’s price starts at $39,900 for the entry-level Single Motor RWD trim, and that’s not counting the incentives that come with it. Tesla is already taking pre-orders for the truck with just a downpayment of $100. Meanwhile, the Dual Motor AWD trim starts at $49,900 before incentives while the range-topping Tri Motor AWD trim starts at $69,900. A $7,000 option for the self-driving feature is also available.
Is the Tesla Cybertruck Really Faster or "Better" Than the Porsche 911?
The 2021 Tesla Cybertruck just broke cover at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show and we are still struggling to cope with its polygonal design. But weirdness aside, the 2021 Cybertruck promises to be an extremely capable and fast truck.
Back in June 2019, Elon Musk said that the electric truck will be a better sports car than a basic Porsche 911. The figures confirm this apparently insane claim, so let’s see how much better the 2021 Cybertruck really is than the iconic 911.
Tesla Cybertruck Pickup Renderings versus the Real Deal
After making us wait for years, Elon Musk finally unveiled the Cybertruck at a standalone event in Los Angeles. The Cybertruck breaks the orthodox styling of a pickup truck that we’ve been seeing for a century now.
In fact, the truck looks so much different from the ones in production today that it does not even feature Tesla’s logo anywhere. No one can mistake it to be anything else. Also, there were very few renderings that matched the actual truck, but none of them got one aspect right – the roof; or rather, the missing roof. Is the truck anything like you imagined it to be?
The Tesla Cybertruck Has Arrived and There’s A LOT To Digest
The Tesla Cybertruck has finally been unveiled, and, as expected, it already has everyone buzzing. From its controversial looks to its power and performance capabilities, Tesla promised a truck like no other, and for the most part, that’s exactly what the Cybertruck is.
Reservations are now open for the Cybertruck; they went live as soon as the live unveiling ended. Interested customers will have to wait to receive their trucks, though, as full orders are expected to be taken “as production nears in late 2021.”
Tesla Cybertruck Photo Gallery
Tesla just dropped the Cybertruck and we must say, its sci-fi looks are unlike anything that’s currently on the market. The Cybertruck is bulletproof, has a starting sticker of $39,000, it can carry a matching ATV inside the bed, but it can also pull 14,000 pounds, clear the quarter mile in 10.8 seconds, and spring from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds.
Tesla Cybertruck Official Specs and Images
Ladies and gentlemen, the Tesla Cybertruck is finally here. Elon Musk’s latest brainchild wants to change the way pickup trucks have been looking for almost a century now, but it is also a ruggedness tour de force as it pack a hard-to-penetrate steel outer shell. The Cybertruck is bulletproof, can shoot from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds, and starts at $39,000. Oh, and it can carry an ATV inside its bed, too.
Tesla Cybertruck Surprise – It Will Be Able to Turn 360-Degrees Like a Tank
With the all-new Tesla Cybertruck on the horizon, and all the drama that has ensued so far, I’ve been thinking about how it will stand out against every other truck on the market. Elon Musk has a habit of one-upping the competition and, since the Rivian R1T will feature four electric motors, I’m pretty sure the Cybertruck could as well. I know – Musk has said it will feature a dual-motor setup. But, with an electric motor on each wheel, the Cybertruck could, essentially, turn on a dime, much like a tank or zero-turn lawnmower. It might not sound too feasible, but neither did Musk’s flamethrower or the Model S sprinting to 60 mph in less than three seconds and, yet, here we are. So yeah, that’s the big surprise: The big, bulky Tesla Cybertruck will be able to turn like a tank.
Here’s How You Can (MAYBE) Watch the Tesla Cybertruck Live Stream
We’ve been told that the reveal of the Tesla Cybertruck will be live-streamed at 11:00 PM EST (8 PM PST) but we’ve yet to see an official stream anywhere on the internet. Musk has refrained from using the official Tesla Youtube channel for live streams, so it probably won’t happen there, and your best bet is to see the official stream on social media or the Tesla homepage, which was the case last time.
However, there are a few independent youtube channels, at least a couple of which claim to actually be at the event. If things fall through, you might be able to get a good first look in the videos below.
Tesla Cybertruck Is All The Rage Right Now; Even Google Trends Data Confirms It
The Cybertruck (or CYBRTRK) is the hottest topic in the auto industry today. The truck has constantly been in news; be it when the 300,000-pound ‘revelation’ was made, when the name was unveiled, or when the reveal date was announced.
All these things have helped the Cybertruck remain in the news constantly. And now, we have official data to back that up. Folks at partcatalog.com dug a bit and, according to Google Trends Data, the Cybertruck is Tesla’s most anticipated product to date. Did anyone have a doubt about it? We don’t think so.
The Tesla CYBRTRK Logo Is The Easter Egg We Were All Looking For!
Ever since Musk revealed that a glimpse of the Cybertruck was showcased at the Tesla Model Y reveal during the BladeRunner credits and that no one noticed it, people have been extra cautious to not miss more details, with fans trying to decode and decipher every little detail we have about the truck.
The latest one was when folks tried to find the Easter eggs in Tesla’s invitation. Just when it looked like there is nothing there this time, a smart cookie figured out that the ‘CYBRTRK’ logo, when rearranged, forms a stylized truck! Interestingly enough, this is very similar to the truck shown during the Model Y debut.
Ford F-150, Rivian R1T, or Tesla Cybertruck? The Electric Pickup Truck Battle Has Already Begun!
The latest segment to be hit by the electrification bug is pickup trucks. Although some electric firms - Tesla and Rivian - have been into electrification for years, mainstream automakers have also decided to jump in before it gets too late. The Tesla and Rivian war has been on since the two decided to enter the electric pickup truck foray. The two have been approaching the segment differently and have kind of eased into their spaces. Now that Ford is developing an electric powertrain of its own for the F-150, things could get even more exciting. I’ve listed out five possible scenarios that may or may not be hypothetical.