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Tesla is entering the pickup truck game with a revolutionary hauler

The 2021 Cybertruck is the first pickup truck built by Tesla and is the oddest-looking pickup truck to ever hit the market. Unveiled at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, the 2022 Cybertruck will go into production in 2021. As one of the first production electric trucks, the Cybertruck is also one of the most advanced utility vehicles ever built. Much like it did with the Model X and Model 3, Tesla didn’t unveil a lot of details during the launch event, so the 2021 Cybertruck still hides mysteries. But let’s have a closer look at what we already know about it in the review below.

 

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Tesla Just Broke Its Promise on Cybertruck Production and We're Not Surprised One Bit

Tesla Just Broke Its Promise on Cybertruck Production and We’re Not Surprised One Bit

As it turns out, that $39,000 Cybertruck will arrive last instead of first

When Tesla launced the Cybertruck, we were promsied that the two cheaper versions – the single motor, $39,900 model and the dual-motor $49,900 model – would go into prodution in late 2021 while the more expensive tri-motor model with the Tesla Plaid drivetrain would arrive to the production line in late 2022. Now, Tesla has doubled back on its word and will delay the cheapest model until late 2021 so that the more expensive tri-motor Plaid model will enter production earlier.

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A New Wide-Body Tesla Cybertruck Rendering Proves That Elon Musks Creation Could Be Even Stranger

A New Wide-Body Tesla Cybertruck Rendering Proves That Elon Musks Creation Could Be Even Stranger

Would you take this monster to the race track?

The Tesla Cybertruck is arguably the most shocking car design in recent decades. Not only wedge-shaped bodies have gone out of fashion in the early 1990s, but no other carmaker thought about this shape as a design that could bring notable benefits in the aerodynamic and rigidity departments... of a pickup truck.

Tesla did, and while many car enthusiasts hate the Cybertruck’s looks, it could actually get weirder than that. And this rendering from Jonsibal proves just that.

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Was Tesla's Cybertruck Designed For The Real World Or Musk's Own World?

Was Tesla’s Cybertruck Designed For The Real World Or Musk’s Own World?

With all the talk going on about the Tesla pickup truck, we wonder if it can actually work out there in the wild

The launch event of the Tesla Cybertruck began with a quick slideshow where images of well-known trucks from the past five decades rolled on the screen as Tesla CEO Elon Musk talked about a need for change and evolution. The Cybertruck, as a result, was always going to be daring in more ways than one but has Tesla gone too far? Is this really what truck buyers have in mind when thinking about switching from a gas-guzzling truck to an electric one? Do they even want to switch to an electric truck at all?

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Lego's Cybertruck Rival Really Is Shatterproof - Troll Level Epic

Lego’s Cybertruck Rival Really Is Shatterproof - Troll Level Epic

Everybody has an electric pickup truck these days, but Lego’s proposal is by far the best

Whether we like it or not, Tesla’s Cybertruck is bound to populate our news feeds for longer than we expected. Helped by the now infamous “armour” windows blunder caused by your humble metal ball, the wave of mockery is getting thicker and thicker. Classier, too.

Such an example of a neat trollage came earlier this week from Tesla’s fellow carmaker BMW, as Munich’s social media department saw the window shattering a good opportunity to pile up more exposure for BMW’s bulletproof X5 Protection VR6. And then came Lego.

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Ford Retreats, Suddenly Has No Interest in the F-150-Cybertruck Tug-of-War Rematch

Ford Retreats, Suddenly Has No Interest in the F-150-Cybertruck Tug-of-War Rematch

And here I was, rooting for the Blue Oval to whoop the Cybertruck’s boxy ass!

Remember the tug-of-war rematch challenge that Ford laid out to Tesla on Twitter? Yeah, well, that’s gone for now. Apparently, the tweet from the Ford X’s Vice President Sundeep Madra was just a tongue-in-cheek statement and not a challenge per se.

Just when it looked like we’ll have an “apples to apples” face-off, Ford has chickened out. Oh boy! Mr. Madra, what have you done?

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BMW Trolled the Tesla Cybertruck Hard on Twitter

BMW Trolled the Tesla Cybertruck Hard on Twitter

Keep it classy BMW, keep it classy

We’re back with more Tesla Cybertruck-related news as BMW decided to capture some attention on Twitter and channel it on one of its most spectacular products by throwing some shade at the Cybertruck.

As you know, BMW will sell you, on special request, the so-called X5 Protection VR6, a heavily armoured vehicle packing 530 horsepower and the ability to withstand gunfire coming from an AK-47. This sort of badassery allowed BMW to troll Tesla and Musk for the “armor” widows gaffe that took place during the pickup truck’s live reveal.

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Engineering Explained Exposes Why the Tesla Cybertruck vs. Ford F-150 Tug of War Was a Scam

Engineering Explained Exposes Why the Tesla Cybertruck vs. Ford F-150 Tug of War Was a Scam

Although it got all the hype, Tesla was bound to be exposed sooner or later

When Tesla announced the 300,000-pound towing capacity for the Cybertruck, Ford was quick to release a video of its F-150 electric prototype that pulled 1.25 million pounds. Instead of immediately replying to this, Tesla took its own sweet time to throw a punch at Ford. In turn, Tesla tied the Cybertruck’s ass to a Ford-150’s with a rope and engaged in a good old fashioned tug-o-war challenge.

You must’ve seen the video; the Cybertruck pulls the F-150 with utmost ease, even on an inclined surface. However, this was as gimmicky as it could get. Famous YouTube channel Engineering Explained has put out a video explaining why this battle made no sense and it is much simpler than the “two-wheel-drive/all-wheel-drive argument.”

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The Arrival of the Cybertruck Signals Tesla's Shift to Technology Over New Models

The Arrival of the Cybertruck Signals Tesla’s Shift to Technology Over New Models

Now it’s probably time to focus more on that self-driving tech

Musk recently announced that the Cybertruck will be its last new model for the time being and it plans to focus more on future technologies. This makes sense because Tesla already has a strong lineup without a single dead product in it. It also has a lot of technologies that are still vaguely in their beta phase and several models that it actually has to bring to market (Tesla Roadster, Tesla Semi, Model Y, and now, the Cybertruck.) So, it looks like Tesla will now be focused on its exiting productions and technology over the next few years. If that’s the case, will the full self-driving tech finally be developed and deployed in all its vehicles by the end of 2020?

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2021 Tesla Cybertruck

2021 Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla is entering the pickup truck game with a revolutionary hauler

The 2021 Cybertruck is the first pickup truck built by Tesla and is the oddest-looking pickup truck to ever hit the market. Unveiled at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, the 2022 Cybertruck will go into production in 2021. As one of the first production electric trucks, the Cybertruck is also one of the most advanced utility vehicles ever built. Much like it did with the Model X and Model 3, Tesla didn’t unveil a lot of details during the launch event, so the 2021 Cybertruck still hides mysteries. But let’s have a closer look at what we already know about it in the review below.

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Here's What We've Learned Since the Launch of the 2021 Tesla Cybertruck

Here’s What We’ve Learned Since the Launch of the 2021 Tesla Cybertruck

A lot has happened since Musk brought that ‘out of the box’ thing on stage

The 2021 Tesla Cybertruck has been the talk of the town ever since it was announced. The launch is done and dusted but people still can’t stop talking about it. The biggest reason for this is the “apparent” glass shattering fail that may or may not have been a blunder on stage. Nevertheless, the internet is filled with memes about the truck for a whole lot of other reasons and the only one benefitting from this is Tesla – that’s called free publicity. Here’s a list of all the things we’ve learned since the launch of the Cybertruck - the most-anticipated vehicle in a long time.

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Elon Musk Really Expects Us To Believe His Excuse for Why the Tesla Cybertruck's Windows Broke

Elon Musk Really Expects Us To Believe His Excuse for Why the Tesla Cybertruck’s Windows Broke

It sounds like an excuse, but you can never really tell with Elon Musk

The unveiling of the Tesla Cybertruck came with loads of surprises, including the truck’s controversial looks, impressive performance capabilities, and the late-game arrival of the Cyberquad ATV. But none of these moments compared to the moment when lead designer Franz von Holzhausen smashed two of the Cybertruck’s “armor glass” windows with a metal ball.

The incident spurred Elon Musk’s now-famous expletive-laden reaction, and days after the embarrassing on-air episode, Musk has come out and explained why the armor glass windows cracked when it was hit with the metal ball. You can believe Musk’s explanation or not, but it does sound like someone who’s trying to come up with an excuse to save some face.

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Lordstown Endurance Electric Truck: Is This What the Tesla Cybertruck Should Have Been?

Lordstown Endurance Electric Truck: Is This What the Tesla Cybertruck Should Have Been?

Would you rather have the Cybertruck with a more down-to-earth design?

The newly unveiled Tesla Cybertruck is the number one trend this month, but many truck enthusiasts aren’t exactly happy with its unconventional design. It trumps the competition (including those the all-electric segment) in just about every department, but it doesn’t really look like a truck. The Lordstown Endurance, on the other hand, a truck that’s supposed to hit the market before the Cybertruck, boasts a much more appealing and "normal" design. But is it a better option than Tesla’s polygonal contraption?

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How Much Power Does the Tesla Cybertruck Have?

How Much Power Does the Tesla Cybertruck Have?

The Cybertruck Plaid will be the most powerful Tesla ever

The Tesla Cybertruck broke cover with a big bang. A strange-looking truck on the outside, Tesla’s howler promises to tear down the competition and Elon Musk claims that pricing will start below the $40,000 mark. If you dig the design, the Cybertruck sounds like a dream come true. But there’s at least one mystery surrounding this vehicle: how much power output will it actually offer? Well, rumor has it that the range-topping Cybertruck might have around 800 horsepower and could even feature the same technology as the Model S Plaid - that will make it the most powerful Tesla in production.

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Is Tesla building an amphibious version of the Cybertruck?

Is Tesla building an amphibious version of the Cybertruck?

Remember Elon Musk’s tweets about the amphibious Lotus from James Bond?

The Tesla Cybertruck might be one of the weirdest production vehicles when it comes to exterior design, but it doesn’t look that strange when compared to concept or movie cars. I mean, I could definitely see Dr. Brown drive one in a new instalment of the Back to the Future film. I could also see James Bond drive under water into a Cybertruck, but that’s mostly because Elon Musk said that the truck’s design was influenced by the amphibious Lotus Esprit built specially for the James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me movie. And Tesla might actually build one.

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How Will the Tesla Cybertruck Behave in a Crash?

How Will the Tesla Cybertruck Behave in a Crash?

That weird shape could play havoc with the Cybertruck’s crash test results

Tesla’s first pickup truck, the quirky and futuristic Cybertruck, could be the stepping stone into a new world. With an ultra-tough unibody construction, it ditches the dogma that’s been at the foundation of truck building for decades. In the process, it must also prove to be safe. Very safe. Not only for the 146,000 people that’ve already wired cash for a build slot (the number keeps on growing) but for Tesla as a brand and for the future of the concept itself in a world where safety is a top priority.

Since Elon Musk unveiled Tesla’s first truly utilitarian vehicle, the press as a whole, let alone the automotive one, has been looking at the Cybertruck from every angle, asking every possible question and looking at all sorts of markers to try and foresee whether it’ll succeed or fail. Well, frankly, the failure of such a product can hide behind a multitude of elements and one of them is the way people perceive it. We already know it has pretty much divided people into two camps based on the way it looks, but we think it’s key to earn people’s trust when it comes to how safe it is - and this may not be easy given its appearance.

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The Bollinger B2 Pickup Truck Looks to Have Avoided the Wrath of the Tesla Cybertruck

The Bollinger B2 Pickup Truck Looks to Have Avoided the Wrath of the Tesla Cybertruck

It’s because of the B2’s old-school approach, unlike the Cybertruck’s, that the former escaped unscathed

As expected, the launch of the Cybertruck shook the automotive industry for a lot of reasons. Amongst them was the one where Tesla’s latest offspring was pitted against its rivals; primarily from Ford and Rivian. But when you have a handful of electric trucks in the segment, you ought to compare it with even the most unlikely competitors.

The Bollinger B2, for is the best example here. Both Tesla and Bollinger have tapped the same market, at roughly he same time, but with completely different approaches. The Cybertruck comparisons being made to Rivian’s R1T and Ford’s F-150 may have sidelined Bollinger for the time being, but it could turn out to be a blessing in disguise for the latter. Do you think that when the dust settles, Bollinger could be the only one still living inside its comfort zone, away from the rat race?

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The Tesla Cybertruck's polygonal design may be weird, but it's not the first EV with this shape

The Tesla Cybertruck’s polygonal design may be weird, but it’s not the first EV with this shape

You probably never heard of the AMC Amitron, but we’re here to tell you about it

The Tesla Cybertruck seems to be a revolutionary pickup at first glance. It features a unibody construction, a tri-motor drivetrain option, and a really awkward polygonal exterior design. The Cybertruck looks more like a UFO than a truck, but it’s not the first electric vehicle to feature this shape. In 1967, American Motors Corporation (AMC) unveiled the Amitron concept, a subcompact car that looks like a miniature Cybertruck.

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Is It Possible to Like This Custom LEGO Tesla Cybertruck More Than the Real Thing?

Is It Possible to Like This Custom LEGO Tesla Cybertruck More Than the Real Thing?

I would say so without hesitation

The Tesla Cybertruck has now been immortalized in LEGO form, except that it’s not an official LEGO creation. The custom LEGO build comes to us by way of Peter Blackert, and the details involved in this build are nothing short of impressive. Using only his creativity, Blackert was able to recreate a scaled version of the Cybertruck, complete with the Cyberquad and what we only assume to be a LEGO version of no less than Elon Musk himself.

There are a lot of things that are cool about this LEGO version of the Tesla Cybertruck, and while we don’t know if LEGO will actually offer an official version of the truck, we’re more than happy to use Blackert’s version as a peg to create our own LEGO Cybertrucks.

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Tesla's Cybertruck Destroys the Ford F-150 in Painful Tug-of-War Battle (Updated)

Tesla’s Cybertruck Destroys the Ford F-150 in Painful Tug-of-War Battle (Updated)

Proof that electric power is better than gas?

Tesla’s Model S and Model Y have already proven that electric vehicles can top gasoline cars in terms of performance, but is the Cybertruck better than the iconic Ford F-150? Yes it is! Tesla’s presentation video of the new electric truck shows the Cybertruck winning a tug-of-war rumble against the Ford F-150 with ease.

Update 7-25-2019: Elon Musk has posted a much better video of the Tesla Cybertruck playing tug of war with the Ford F-150. Check out the new video in the new section below!

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Tesla unveiled its rad new “Cyberquad” electric ATV prototype at the Cybertruck launch

Tesla unveiled its rad new “Cyberquad” electric ATV prototype at the Cybertruck launch

It rolled on the truck bed, and charged up via in-built ports

We just found out that Elon Musk seems to be taking on the plan to colonize the moon and mars pretty seriously. The Tesla Cybertruck with its nearly impenetrable exoskeleton was unveiled at a cyberpunk-inspired event at Los Angeles yesterday. After trying to break that thing on stage, and woo the flocks with its sci-fi personality and gobs of power, he gave us “One more thing.” – The “Cyberquad” electric ATV.

An ATV was rolled onto the bed of the steel truck that had its suspension dropped down, into what Elon explained as “load-mode”. A built-in ram slides out on the tailgate allowing an ATV or a dirt-bike to just roll on in, and then for the Pièce De Résistance – an electric outlet on the side of the bed to charge the electric ATV on the fly..

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Rivian R1T vs. Tesla Cybertruck, A Battle We've All Been Waiting For

Rivian R1T vs. Tesla Cybertruck, A Battle We’ve All Been Waiting For

Let’s take a first look at how Tesla’s Cybertruck compares with the Rivian Pickup

Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck, its first properly rugged utility vehicle and first to not follow the ’Model XYZ’ nomenclature, last night during an eye-catching launch event with concert lights aplenty as well as aides dressed as if they came from a Blade Runner casting. But away from all the glitz, we’ve all been asking how the Tesla will compare when pitched against its (potentially) biggest rival, the Rivian R1T? Well, we can finally answer the question.

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The Tesla Cybertruck's Graffiti-Style Font has "Merchandise" Written All Over It

The Tesla Cybertruck’s Graffiti-Style Font has "Merchandise" Written All Over It

From t-shirts to mugs to whatever Tesla can think of, that font can cash its own checks

Tesla is not above trying to monetize anything that it thinks will make money. Now that the all-electric Cybertruck has been revealed, you can be sure that the California automaker will find ways to generate supplementary income when opportunities present themselves.

It just so happens that one of those opportunities is already sitting in Tesla’s lap. No, it’s not the Cybertruck itself. It’s not even the Cyberquad. It’s the Cybertruck’s graffiti-style name. If you don’t think Tesla’s not above making money off of a font, wait a few months and check the company’s online shop. You might find a t-shirt with your exact size in it.

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Tesla Cybertruck vs Ford F-150: quick comparison

Tesla Cybertruck vs Ford F-150: quick comparison

Payload, towing, performance, pricing, and all that jazz

The highly anticipated 2021 Tesla Cybertruck is here and we’re already wondering how many customers it will steal from the Ford F-150, the world’s best-selling truck. Granted, the awkward design might not help Tesla, but the 2021 Cybertruck has some impressive features and performance targets that might bring new customers into its dealerships. Let’s see how the Cybertruck compares to the F-150.

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Tesla's Cybertruck Could Be The Perfect Overlanding Vehicle For The Adventurous Folks

Tesla’s Cybertruck Could Be The Perfect Overlanding Vehicle For The Adventurous Folks

I’d keep my Cybertruck equipped with the bed-tent all the time just to blend in with other vehicles on the road

When Rivian revealed its R1T truck, there was barely any information known about the Tesla pickup truck. However, a few details slowly started to emerge and it looked like the latter will be more of a performance-oriented truck. In the meanwhile, Rivian took an alternate approach to become a household name in EV adventure lifestyle segment. Just around the time when Tesla was basking in its “Under $50,000” news, Rivian started promoting its R1T truck as an EV camper instead. Until the launch of the Cybertruck, it looked like both these rivals are promoting different unique selling points. However, it looks like Tesla is stepping into Rivian’s territory now. In one of the official images, the Cybertruck is seen with a bed tent and an outdoor kitchen. Although there is no word on it yet, there is a possibility of Tesla offering a camping setup as optional. Rivian must be fuming right now!

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The Tesla Cybertruck Has Everyone's Attention, But What I Really Want Is the Cyberquad

The Tesla Cybertruck Has Everyone’s Attention, But What I Really Want Is the Cyberquad

Yes, that’s its name, and can Tesla build it now, please?

The Tesla Cybertruck is justifiably garnering a lot of the attention today, but just because that’s the case, that doesn’t mean we should completely ignore its little companion.

Revealed late in the Cybertruck’s debut is the Tesla ATV that we now know is called the Cyberquad. The ATV was unveiled largely as a late-game surprise to show that it could fit in the 6.5-foot bed of the Cybertruck. There are currently no plans to build it, but if Tesla had the temerity to build flamethrowers, surely the door isn’t closed on the possibility of seeing the Cyberquad come to life, right? Right?

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Tesla Cybertruck Towing Comparison

Tesla Cybertruck Towing Comparison

Does the Cybertruck really put the Ford-F-150 and Chevy Silverado to shame? Well, not really

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?

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Tesla Shocks and Awes with Cybertruck Pricing Details

Tesla Shocks and Awes with Cybertruck Pricing Details

The sound that you hear is Rivian and Bollinger weeping a thousand tears

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.

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Is the Tesla Cybertruck Really Faster or "Better" Than the Porsche 911?

Is the Tesla Cybertruck Really Faster or "Better" Than the Porsche 911?

The Cybertruck is the most impressive truck in the making!

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.

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Tesla Cybertruck Pickup Renderings versus the Real Deal

Tesla Cybertruck Pickup Renderings versus the Real Deal

The Cybertruck is unique, unorthodox, and quite different from what we expected

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?

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The Tesla Cybertruck Has Arrived and There's A LOT To Digest

The Tesla Cybertruck Has Arrived and There’s A LOT To Digest

Tesla promised a game-changing truck, and it delivered on that end

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.”

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Tesla Cybertruck Photo Gallery

Tesla Cybertruck Photo Gallery

Check out the Tesla Cybertruck from every angle during its official reveal

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.

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Tesla Cybertruck Official Specs and Images

Tesla Cybertruck Official Specs and Images

This is all you need to know about the Tesla Cybertruck

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.

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Tesla Cybertruck Surprise – It Will Be Able to Turn 360-Degrees Like a Tank

Tesla Cybertruck Surprise – It Will Be Able to Turn 360-Degrees Like a Tank

Imagine if the Tesla Cybertruck could turn on the spot, just like your zero-turn lawnmower

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.

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Here's How You Can (MAYBE) Watch the Tesla Cybertruck Live Stream

Here’s How You Can (MAYBE) Watch the Tesla Cybertruck Live Stream

There’s still no official stream, so this may be your best bet

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.

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Tesla Cybertruck Is All The Rage Right Now; Even Google Trends Data Confirms It

Tesla Cybertruck Is All The Rage Right Now; Even Google Trends Data Confirms It

The Cybertruck is the most anticipated vehicle from Musk’s company to date

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.

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The Tesla CYBRTRK Logo Is The Easter Egg We Were All Looking For!

The Tesla CYBRTRK Logo Is The Easter Egg We Were All Looking For!

Rearrange the logo and see the shape of the truck for yourself

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.

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Ford F-150, Rivian R1T, or Tesla Cybertruck? The Electric Pickup Truck Battle Has Already Begun!

Ford F-150, Rivian R1T, or Tesla Cybertruck? The Electric Pickup Truck Battle Has Already Begun!

None of these companies have a threatening advantage over the other two

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.

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Tesla Cybertruck Reveal – Price Expectations

Tesla Cybertruck Reveal – Price Expectations

Will the Cybertruck really have an entry-level cost below the $50,000 mark?

As the whole automotive world is tuned in on the Los Angeles Auto Show, Elon Musk and Tesla are applying the finishing touches on a debut that has the potential to overshadow L.A. and render it forgotten in a flash. The Tesla Cybertruck is finally making its debut but until we get so see the wraps fall off, let’s have a closer look at one of the crucial aspects that could make or break the electric pickup truck: its price tag.

The price aspect is of paramount importance for the Tesla Cybertruck because it won’t be the only all-electric pickup truck on the market. Rivals like Rivian and Bollinger offer different yet still capable trucks and Ford’s all-electric pickup is on its way, so it will be interesting to see where will Tesla slot the Cybertruck when it comes to price, especially after Musk was adamant that “it’s got to start at less than $50,000, it’s got to be like $49,000 starting price max.”

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2020 Tesla Cybertruck

Everything You Need to Know About the 2020 Tesla Cybertruck

The Tesla pickup should be here this year and we have the low-down on it

Tesla is about to take the pickup world by storm with an all-electric truck that will most likely be revealed this year. The vehicle that’s set to be shown this year won’t be the final production-spec model, though, as we’ve come to expect from Tesla, but it will be a very close preview of that model.

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Tesla Cybertruck Reveal – Performance Expectations and Specs

Tesla Cybertruck Reveal – Performance Expectations and Specs

Will the Tesla Cybertruck live up to Elon Musk’s promises?

The Tesla Cybertruck is scheduled to make its debut at 8pm PST \ 11pm EST on Friday November 21, 2019 and, since it’s less than 48 hours away, it’s time to look at our expectations of what is, arguably, the most anticipated debut of 2019. Let’s take a brief look at towing capacity, range, performance, and utility.

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Tesla News Roundup Nov 11-15 - Cybertruck Trademark, Model 3 Update, Gigafactory 4 and more!

Tesla News Roundup Nov 11-15 - Cybertruck Trademark, Model 3 Update, Gigafactory 4 and more!

The company had one of the most memorable weeks since its inception

Tesla had a phenomenal week. It was not just the Cybertruck that stole the limelight. The Model 3 is impressing the hell out of everyone all across the glob, and it even received a performance upgrade. The company is also making major strides in terms of expanding its global footprint. What’s more, Tesla reported profits in the third quarter, and there’s big news out of SpaceX. Could things be any better for Elon Musk right now? Let’s take a look at all the news from this week!

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Why the Tesla Cybertruck Will Be Better Than the Rivian R1T

Why the Tesla Cybertruck Will Be Better Than the Rivian R1T

You have Elon Musk as the face of the company; isn’t that enough already?

The war of electric pickup trucks is hot right now and, while there are multiple players in the segment like Fisker, Atlis, and Bollinger, all eyes are on Rivian and Tesla. The former has already announced most of the features and specs for its R1T pickup, but there’s not much we know about the Tesla pickup. We’ve yet to even see the actual truck, and despite this, there are a lot of reasons to believe that the Tesla pickup truck, called the Cybertruck for now, will be better than the R1T.

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The Tesla Cybertruck To Be Revealed On November 21 2019, But Will It Be Used as a Military Truck Too?

The Tesla Cybertruck To Be Revealed On November 21 2019, But Will It Be Used as a Military Truck Too?

Elon Musk has finally revealed the Cybertruck’s reveal date, but the likelihood of it being used as a military truck is slim

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding the Tesla pickup truck, now called the Cybertruck. In the past couple of days, the biggest news is that it will be revealed on November 21 near the SpaceX rocket factory in Los Angeles at a standalone event. The reveal date coincides with the Los Angeles Auto Show, but we all know how Musk operates. Does he give a damn about it? Of course not!

On the other side of the spectrum, there was some incorrect reporting that Elon Musk was pitching the "Cybertruck" as a military vehicle. He has since said that was far from the case, and we’ve got the scoop on that below too.

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Will the Tesla Pickup Go by the Name Cybertruck?

Will the Tesla Pickup Go by the Name Cybertruck?

If it does, I will have no qualms whatsoever

The upcoming Tesla pickup truck is the next big thing in the pickup truck industry. There are quite a few things we already know about the truck, like its towing capacity (up to 300,000 pounds) and starting price (under $50,000), but we still don’t know what it’ll be called; well, we didn’t know until now. During Tesla’s third-quarter 2019 earnings conference call, Musk referred the pickup truck as the "Cybertruck" while calling it the company’s “best product ever.” Was this just a nickname, or will it just be called "Cybertruck?" And what happened to the "Model" moniker?

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Big Surprise –The Tesla Model Z Pickup is Delayed

Big Surprise –The Tesla Model Z Pickup is Delayed

Maybe in November? December? It’s Elon Musk, so who really knows?

As the battle of electric pickup trucks between Ford, Rivian, and Tesla rages on at an annoying slow crawl with nothing but teasers and overzealous gloating (I’m looking at you ford with your train-pulling stunt), Tesla’s Elon Musk as pushed the debut of the Tesla Model Z Pickup even further back. So when will we actually get to see it? Well, with Musk’s overly optimistic history, it’s anybody’s guess, but we at least have a rough idea.

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We Made the Mistake of Searching for "Tesla Pickup" on Facebook and the Results Are Something Else

We Made the Mistake of Searching for "Tesla Pickup" on Facebook and the Results Are Something Else

This will stop only when Tesla launches the truck

The Tesla Pickup truck has been the talk of the town ever since it was announced. Surprisingly, there are a lot of details out, like the towing capacity, and even the drivetrain specs to some extent, but no one knows what it looks like. The so-called ‘official’ images don’t give out much either. There are a lot of impressive renderings out there; some very logically thought out designs that might be close to what the actual truck could look like. However, we decided to search for the truck on Facebook and found some very ‘creative masterpieces.’

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What Does Ford Need to Do to Kill the Tesla Pickup Truck?

What Does Ford Need to Do to Kill the Tesla Pickup Truck?

Tesla is all set to take away the lunch money from Ford’s breadwinner and the latter needs to act fast on it

The invasion of EVs is nothing short of a paradigm shift in the auto industry. A segment that seemed to remain untouched and wary of electrification for the longest period is finally starting to look vulnerable and at the brink of a major breakthrough, thanks to companies like Tesla and Rivian. Since Ford has been dominating the pickup truck segment for over four decades now, it has the biggest target on its back. For now, Ford has managed to weather the storm by keeping the electrified competition at bay – well, to an extent – but that doesn’t mean it will be able to sit on the throne when electrification takes prominence.

For now, the three big names here are Tesla, Rivian, and Ford. Although Rivian is doing well and we are excited for the launch of its R1T pickup truck, Ford’s biggest challenger will be the EV Czar, Tesla. Here are 11 points we’ve listed that Ford needs to do to have the upper hand on Tesla’s pickup truck – that will apparently be called the Tesla Model B - and rule the segment when the dust settles.

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Elon Musk Could Reveal the Tesla Pickup Soon; Says It's "Close" to Being Ready

Elon Musk Could Reveal the Tesla Pickup Soon; Says It’s "Close" to Being Ready

Hopefully, even the production commences soon and deliveries happen before Rivian rolls out its R1T truck

Tesla has been quite hush-hush about its electric pickup truck. Other than a few details that Musk lets out through his tweets, we have nothing. However, those tweets are worth their weight in gold. The latest tweet from the EV czar is about its launch date. A twitter user asked when the truck would be revealed, and Musk replied saying we could see it in two-three months. This is a big revelation because this is one of the most anticipated EVs to date.

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Someone Caught the Rare and Elusive Tesla Pickup on Video!

Someone Caught the Rare and Elusive Tesla Pickup on Video!

Do you think Musk would actually let the product roam around in the open after creating years of hype?

The Tesla pickup truck is all the sedation these days, but no one has seen it or caught its test mules or anything. However, this channel on YouTube called ’TorqueNews" apparently caught the pickup truck comfortably cruising on the highway completely undisguised. Is this the real deal? Well, it’s not. Tesla is not known to test its vehicles out in the open whether disguised or undisguised. It probably tests them somewhere in the outer space along with the SpaceX Roadster; or in the Hyperloop tunnels! You wouldn’t see a ’Musk’ito out in the open from Tesla’s factory, let ’Elon’ a pickup truck (I know how horrible these puns sound).

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