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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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Secrets Exposed: Tesla Hasn't Told Us The Whole Story About The Cybertruck

Secrets Exposed: Tesla Hasn’t Told Us The Whole Story About The Cybertruck

Tesla’s patent primarily shows the Cybertruck’s UI design, but we might have gotten to know about its range as well!

The Tesla Cybertruck was arguably one of the most anticipated vehicles of 2019. There was a constant buzz surrounding it the preceding year of its launch. Somehow, Tesla managed to keep it away from carparazzis very well. Not a single soul on earth got a glimpse of it, even when Tesla teased it at the Model Y’s launch. But sometimes, things come out in the open, like these secrets that give out a lot about the production-spec Cybertruck.

Courtesy of a patent filed by Tesla with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and an eagle-eyed Twitter user, a few things about the unconventional truck have surfaced on the internet, including its range!

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The Cyberlandr Is the Perfect Add-On For the Cybertruck You Don't Have

The Cyberlandr Is the Perfect Add-On For the Cybertruck You Don’t Have

Looks like someone is pressing Tesla to hurry up and start deliver the Cybertruck to customers

The Cybertruck remains for the time being just a rendering, as Tesla hasn’t been able to deliver a single Cybertruck so far. Last time we heard from Elon Musk, a small number of deliveries were slated for the end of 2021 with the bulk of cars expected to reach owners in 2022.

It looks like this delay hasn’t stopped Stream It from designing the Cyberlandr, a camper/overlander designed specifically for the Tesla Cybertruck.

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New Facts About the Tesla Cybertruck Have Emerged

New Facts About the Tesla Cybertruck Have Emerged

The latest and juiciest facts about the Cybetruck have surfaced

Some time ago, Tesla unveiled their boldly-styled Cybertruck. The futuristic-looking EV puck-up truck was and still is talked about a lot. We also know that it will be on sale sometime in late 2021. Despite its official introduction, however, the Cybertruck remained a work in progress and now, more details about it came out.

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Tesla Should Definitely Build a Halo-Inspired Cybertruck Warthog

Tesla Should Definitely Build a Halo-Inspired Cybertruck Warthog

We’d be to-the-moon excited if this ends up happening

Don’t look now, but a collaboration between Halo and Tesla could be more than just a pipe dream. The potential partnership received a shot in the arm after Microsoft Xbox executive Aaron Greenberg took to Twitter to respond to Tesla big boss Elon Musk admitting that Halo is the only console game he’s ever played.

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Tesla Lost More Than $1,700 For Every Car Delivered In 2020

Tesla Lost More Than $1,700 For Every Car Delivered In 2020

If it wasn’t for regulatory credits, Tesla would have posted a huge loss in 2020

Automakers are in business to make money. This statement holds true for everyone from Mercedes-AMG to Ford, Chevy, and even Tesla. However, everything isn’t always peachy in the automotive economy, and today we’re here to talk about how Tesla is a prime example of that. To make a long story short, Tesla would have posted a major loss – to the tune of more than $800 million – if it wasn’t for a massive amount of regulatory credits. 2020 might have worked out for Tesla on paper, but its current business model won’t keep it from going under in the long run. How do I know? Well, Telsa actually lost $1,759 for every car it delivered in 2020.

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Frank Stephenson's Review of the Tesla Cybertruck Is What Reviews Are Meant to Be

Frank Stephenson’s Review of the Tesla Cybertruck Is What Reviews Are Meant to Be

One year from its arrival, the Cybertruck is still a hot discussion topic

Those of you that are familiar with Frank Stephenson’s ever-growing YouTube channel know the former designer’s blunt, straight-to-the-fact manner of giving the verdict on a particular design. Only this time around, he dissects the Tesla Cybertruck, one of the most polarizing cars to reach the public’s eye in recent times.

The Cybertruck was unveiled more than a year ago and in typical Musk fashion, it shook the internet then split it in two: those that loved the edgy pickup and those that loathed it. Care to know Franks’s Stephenson’s opinion?

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Quick Comparison: GMC Hummer EV vs Tesla Cybertruck

Quick Comparison: GMC Hummer EV vs Tesla Cybertruck

Will the GMC Hummer EV give the Tesla Cybertruck a run for its money?

Discontinued in 2010 after 18 years of the market, the Hummer nameplate returned in 2020. But this time around, it’s not a standalone brand, but a model sold under a GMC badge. The even bigger news is that it’s fully electric. Set to go into production in 2021, the truck version will go against the spectacular Tesla Cybertruck. But does it have what it takes to compete with Elon Musk’s oddly-shaped hauler? Is it powerful enough, does it have enough range, and is it actually a proper successor to the original Hummer design-wise? Let’s find out in the comparison below.

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This Is Definitely What The Tesla Cybertruck Should Look Like

This Is Definitely What The Tesla Cybertruck Should Look Like

We’d pay money to see this version of the Cybertruck on Autopilot

The Tesla Cybertruck is, without question, one of the most polarizing vehicles in recent memory. It doesn’t abide by traditional design norms of a pickup truck, and yet, it’s the audacity in Tesla’s design that has kept the Cybertruck in the headlines.

Tesla got us talking about the Cybertruck more than most vehicles, and, at least to a select few, it jump-started enough creative juices that we get to see different renderings and “interpretations” of Tesla’s upcoming all-electric. One of these interpretations comes to us by way of automotive 3D concept artist Shubbak 3D.

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This Tesla Cybertruck Is Really A Ford F-150 Raptor Underneath

This Tesla Cybertruck Is Really A Ford F-150 Raptor Underneath

Someone built a Cybertruck before Tesla did, but it’s powered by a gasoline engine

The Tesla Cybertruck created quite a stir when it was unveiled back in 2019. That’s mostly because it boasts an unusual design with extremely sharp lines, but it’s also because Tesla promises performance and towing specs that will put the Cybertruck well above the Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado, and the Ram 1500.

Naturally, electric vehicle and truck enthusiasts have lined up up to buy one, but the wait is going to be very long since the Cybertruck isn’t scheduled to roll off the assembly line until late 2021. But a fan from Bosnia took matters into his own hands and transformed a Ford F-150 Raptor into a Cybertruck.

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How Much Does a Tesla Cost?

How Much Does a Tesla Cost?

You’ll need to prepare your bank accounts if you want to buy a Tesla

Tesla is, without question, one of the most popular automakers today. The California-based electric car company boasts a sexy — no pun intended — lineup of EVs, ranging from the Model S, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y. It also has several models in the pipeline, including the Cybertruck, Semi, and the new Roadster. Tesla’s appeal as a car brand is palpable in the streets. You see one, and your eyes immediately gravitate towards the vehicle, as if it’s asking why you haven’t bought a Tesla yet. There, though, lies the rub. See Tesla’s are expensive. The entry-level Model 3 starts at $37,990, but that’s without the myriad of options, accessories, and add-ons that you’re going to be compelled to buy to make the ownership experience worth it. Ultimately, you’re going to have to spend at least $50,000 to get a loaded Tesla Model 3, and that price hits six figures when you opt for the Model S and Model X. So, how much does a Tesla cost when you factor in all the options that are available to a specific model? We took a look at each model that’s out on the market and those that have yet to arrive to give you a clearer picture of how you have to spend.

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Here's Why You Should and Shouldn't Buy a Tesla

Here’s Why You Should and Shouldn’t Buy a Tesla

Weigh in the pros and cons and make the educated decision

There’s no denying that Tesla has changed the face of the EV industry. The company has forced other automakers to take this segment seriously. However, Tesla has the most loyal and most critical followers when compared to other brands. On one hand, you have people praising the brand and putting it on the pedestal, on the other you have people criticizing it in the worst way possible. But whether you like it or hate it, you can’t ignore it.

Given all the stuff you hear about Tesla, you might be confused about whether to opt for one or not if you’re out there to buy a car or an SUV. Well, we’re giving you five reasons each on why you should buy a Tesla and why you shouldn’t.

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The Cybertruck is Riskier for Tesla and Elon Musk Than You Realize

The Cybertruck is Riskier for Tesla and Elon Musk Than You Realize

The Tesla Cybertruck Is The Definition of Taking a Chance

What more can we say about the Tesla Cybertruck that hasn’t already been said? It’s awesome, it’s ugly, it’s interesting, it will work, it won’t work – we’ve said and heard it all. But, there’s something that you haven’t heard quite yet, and that’s the cold hard fact that neither Tesla nor Elon Musk did any market research before designing and developing the Cybertruck. This is about as risky as it gets for an automaker, and it’s probably a big reason why models like the Mercedes X-Class just couldn’t cut the mustard.

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Check Out These Renderings of The Tesla Cybertruck as Various Public Service Vehicles

Check Out These Renderings of The Tesla Cybertruck as Various Public Service Vehicles

Surprisingly, this unorthodox truck fits all the roles quite well

The Cybertruck has been reimagined as a heavy-armored truck, combat truck, a vehicle fit to be driven on Mars and whatnot. But how would it serve as a pizza delivery vehicle or a taxi? It seems a little contrasting with its demeanor, but U.K.-based LeaseFetcher has imagined it in various avatars.

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The Tesla Cybertruck's First Public Outing Has Generated Tons of Attention

The Tesla Cybertruck’s First Public Outing Has Generated Tons of Attention

The Cybertruck arrived at the Petersen Automotive Museum for people to have a closer look at it

It’s been around seven months since the Cybertruck was officially launched. The truck is no more a closely guarded secret and it has been seen driving around L.A., but Tesla never made it accessible to the public… until now.

The automaker loaned a prototype of this one-of-a-kind truck to the Petersen Automotive Museum for the public to get a closer look. The truck is already on display and will be there till June 27.

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The Tesla Cybertruck Could Have a Folding Rear Window for Expandable Cargo Room

The Tesla Cybertruck Could Have a Folding Rear Window for Expandable Cargo Room

This will make a lot of potential Cybertruck customers happy

By now, you’d expect Tesla to have zeroed down on the production version of the Cybertruck. However, the company is still making tweaks here and there and is even accepting suggestions from the public. A Twitter user recently suggested flipping down the rear window and folding the body panel to increase storage. Elon Musk replied saying it’s worth considering. It’s quite a good idea and will help people who carry long items in their trucks often.

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Watch the Tesla Cybertruck Cruise Around Mars in This Fan-Made Video

Watch the Tesla Cybertruck Cruise Around Mars in This Fan-Made Video

The Cybertruck and space: That’s Elon Musk’s dream right there

When we got the first glimpse of the Cybertruck, we were convinced that this vehicle doesn’t belong here and it sure is ‘out of the world’. It became the talk of the town for its unconventional, unorthodox design philosophy. But, how would it fare on another planet? Thanks to this video by youtuber Holmes Draws, we can now imagine how the Tesla would look on outer space.

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Elon Musk and Jay Leno Cruising in the Tesla Cybertruck Is Painfully Blissful

Elon Musk and Jay Leno Cruising in the Tesla Cybertruck Is Painfully Blissful

We are curious to see if they take the Cybertruck through the Boring Tunnel or not

Back in January, the Cybertruck was spotted with two big names from the automotive industry seated in it. Tesla CEO Elon Musk was riding shotgun in the Cybertruck that was driven by Jay Leno. The drive was for a segment of Jay Leno’s Garage’s latest season, which premiered on May 20, 2020. A short video showing them cruising in the Cybertruck was uploaded on Instagram back then, but now we have a trailer that shows us what to expect from this episode.

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The Tesla Cybertruck Would Make a Pretty Awesome Armored Truck

The Tesla Cybertruck Would Make a Pretty Awesome Armored Truck

These renderings show the true potential of a Cybertruck for military use

The Tesla Cybertruck is a one-of-a-kind truck that features numerous unique selling points. Right from its shape to its exoskeleton, everything is unconventional. Tesla has also made use of cold-rolled steel for the body, which is the same material used by SpaceX.

Although these ‘strong features’ might seem a little too much for a standard civilian truck, there’s no denying that it has the potential to be used as an armored truck for different forces. Peisert Design has envisioned the truck as a civil armored truck, transport truck, combat truck, and reconnaissance truck.

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Did You Know That All Of Tesla's Products Are Acronymized To Spell SEXY CARS?

Did You Know That All Of Tesla’s Products Are Acronymized To Spell SEXY CARS?

It was right there staring at us in the face all this while

Back in February this year, Tesla took part in the Scaled Machine Learning Conference. Tesla’s Senior Director of Artificial Intelligence Andrej Karpathy gave a presentation on the use of artificial intelligence for full self driving.

While the whole presentation is informative and throws light on Tesla’s scaling machine learning models, data algorithms, and infrastructure, there was one particular slide that caught our attention. This showed the whole Tesla range consisting of eight products and the font used to depict them spells out as SEXY CARS. Is this a mere coincidence or an intentional wordplay?

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Elon Musk Says The Cybertruck Will Be Able To Float For A While

Elon Musk Says The Cybertruck Will Be Able To Float For A While

He further added that the Cybertruck will feature a heat pump like the Model Y

Cybertruck news just can’t stop coming in. Yesterday we heard about the truck receiving a few structural changes, and now Musk says it will be able to float. Yep, you read it right; this news is fresh off the boat.

When asked by a Twitter user about the Cybertruck’s wading depth, Musk said it will even be able to float for a while. Now, this seems a little improbable given the nature of the vehicle, but the man has made similar claims before for the Model S as well.

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The Tesla Cybertruck Is Slowly Transitioning Into a Normal Pickup

The Tesla Cybertruck Is Slowly Transitioning Into a Normal Pickup

The shape is still the same, but it has started to look more proportionate

Musk took to Twitter to give us some more updates about the Tesla Cybertruck. He said that the truck will be about three-percent smaller in size, more balanced centerline, and flaunt a lower sill height for the windows. Now, these tweaks aren’t going to change the overall looks of the truck, but they will make the Cybertruck look more proportionate and well-balanced than the prototype. Since the truck is still some time away, expect more such subtle changes to come.

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Elon Musk Wants The Tesla Cybertruck to "Kick Butt in Baja"

Elon Musk Wants The Tesla Cybertruck to "Kick Butt in Baja"

Is Tesla planning to enter motorsport events in the future?

Apart from the recent Plaid version, it’s been quite some time since we heard anything about the Cybertruck.

A Twitter user felt the same and tweeted Musk asking for some information. Musk obliged and said that Tesla is working on improving the Cybertruck’s air suspension so it can “kick butt in Baja”.

For the uninitiated, Baja 1000 is a Mexican off-road motorsport race that features all sorts of vehicles customized for off-roading. Imagine a bizarre-shaped electric vehicle drifting, flying, and racing on mud. Oh, and also think about how would it look with all the customizations and graphics on the body?

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A Plaid Tesla Cybertruck is Coming

A Plaid Tesla Cybertruck is Coming

Unless Musk makes a Plaid Cybertruck only for himself, it is coming

Musk is known to make many important announcements on Twitter. The latest news is concerning a fast Cybertruck. Musk confirmed that the Tesla Cybertruck will be receiving a Plaid version in the future.

Musk replied to a disgruntled Tesla fan when he was expressing his dilemma over how he wants to own the Cybertruck but his better half doesn’t. Amidst this banter, Elon Musk said out of the blue that “Plaid Cybertruck is what I’ll drive.” Since it’s Musk that we’re talking about, you can consider this as a confirmation on the Plaid Cybertruck. Didn’t see that one coming, did you?

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Where is the Tesla Cybertruck Built?

Where is the Tesla Cybertruck Built?

With hundreds of thousands of orders in hand, Tesla needs to set up the new Cybertruck factory soon and start building it

The Cybertruck created a lot of buzz when it was launched. We got to know the prices and tentative launch dates, but no one knew where it would be built; until now. We still don’t know the exact location, but it’s been narrowed down the Central U.S.

Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla is on the hunt for a location in the Central U.S. to build the Cybertruck. This news falls in line with Musk’s earlier idea of setting up a factory in Texas, but we didn’t know it would be for Tesla’s pickup truck.

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Is There a Case For a Tesla Cybertruck Police Car?

Is There a Case For a Tesla Cybertruck Police Car?

We’ll tell you this much, the Cybertruck has a lot of potential for more than police work

We don’t have to tell you just how polarizing the Cybertruck has been in the wake of its controversial unveil back in November 2019. But the wave it sent to all online mediums has been of an unseen magnitude and that’s the best marketing strategy Tesla could ever wish for.

As a result, people came up with wicked renderings and some even started out building their own version of the Cybertruck. In this article, however, we’re going to be looking at whether a police Tesla Cybertruck would make sense in real life, given that some U.S. police departments are already acquiring and modifying Tesla Model 3s for patrol and other duties and we’ve also caught word of interest in the Cybertruck too, albeit from more exotic parts of the world.

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What Sets The Two Hot Wheels RC Tesla Cybertrucks Apart?

What Sets The Two Hot Wheels RC Tesla Cybertrucks Apart?

These trucks come with working lights and suspension setups

Although the Cybertruck produced by Tesla is not going to arrive until 2022, the Cybertruck by Hot Wheels will be here by the end of 2020.

Hot Wheels and Mattel will be producing remote-controlled Cybertrucks in two sizes: 1:10-scale and 1:64-scale models. Both RC trucks were revealed at the 2020 Toy Fair and, believe it or not, the 1:10-scale model truck sold out within hours after it was announced. The demand was so high that Hot Wheels has even started a waiting list. The 1:10 model is priced at $400 and the 1:64 one at just $20.

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Elon Musk Has Just Revealed Two Major Details About The Tesla Cybertruck

Elon Musk Has Just Revealed Two Major Details About The Tesla Cybertruck

Elon Musk doesn’t shy away from randomly dropping Cybertruck-related info on Twitter

Not a single week passes by without new

Cybertruck

related talking points surfacing online. Whether it’s a Hot Wheels RC Tesla Cybertruck or actual details about the real thing, Tesla’s polarizing pickup truck still has a lot of fire in its belly to stay in the headlines for the time being.

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Someone Has Seriously Already Made a Tesla Cyberbike!

Someone Has Seriously Already Made a Tesla Cyberbike!

It’s not the real deal, but we are already loving this little thing

The Cyberbike is here! Well, it’s not built by Tesla, but anything that’s weird can now be prefixed with “Cyber”, right?

Famous YouTuber Casey Neistat converted an electric bike to a Tesla Cybertruck-inspired Cyberbike just by adding an aluminum frame to it. Putting the ridiculous idea on the side for a second, this is actually one of the neatest hacks we’ve seen in recent times. Do you want a bullet-proof body? Well, Tesla could do it. The rear-view mirrors could be shatter-proof too… or maybe not.

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Tesla's Stock Price Surged By 20 Percent In A Single Day

Tesla’s Stock Price Surged By 20 Percent In A Single Day

This is the biggest one-day gain for Tesla since 2013

In a marketplace where companies are finding it hard to compete against one another to maintain steadiness and consistency, Tesla is in a league of its own. The Musk-led company’s stock shot up by 20 percent in a single day, which happens to be its biggest gain in one day since 2013.

The spike happened courtesy of Panasonic’s earnings in its U.S. battery business with Tesla. Tesla stocks are trading at $780 at the time of writing. To put things into perspective, TSLA shares traded at $354 the day the Cybertruck was launched in November, and in just over two months, the prices have more than doubled. Guess it’s time to invest in Tesla if you haven’t already.

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Jay Leno and Elon Musk Spotted Cruising Around In The Cybertruck

Jay Leno and Elon Musk Spotted Cruising Around In The Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck is all set to feature in an upcoming segment of Jay Leno’s Garage

After being out of the limelight for some time now, the Tesla Cybertruck is back in the news. The Cybertruck was spotted with two big shots of the automotive industry seated behind the bulletproof glasses.

Riding shotgun was Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, and behind the wheel was the face of none other than Jay Leno. A short video showing them cruising in the Cybertruck was uploaded on Instagram. The drive is for a segment of Jay Leno’s Garage. Imagine sitting in the Cybertruck and listening to these two talk!

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Someone's Building a Half-Scale Version of the Tesla Cybertruck

Someone’s Building a Half-Scale Version of the Tesla Cybertruck

How hard can than be? Well, it’s not easy, we’ll tell you that much

Nobody thought we’d still be talking about the Tesla Cybertruck, but here we are. It looks like the controversial launch of the pickup truck and the car itself are still sending ripples throughout almost every online medium out there.

Take YouTube, for example, where a bunch of mechanical wizards set out to build a go-kart-sized replica of the Tesla Cybertruck. Their road from zero to hopefully hero is documented via three videos posted by the Hacksmith, so we’re urging you to go check them out because they’re totally worth it. In the meantime, let’s find out more about the project.

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Tesla Makes A Bulletproof T-Shirt to Celebrate the Glass-Shattering Incident

Tesla Makes A Bulletproof T-Shirt to Celebrate the Glass-Shattering Incident

That’s one way to cash-in on all the buzz surrounding the supposedly ‘embarrassing’ incident

The Cybertruck’s glass-shattering saga will remain fresh in our minds for a very long time. It’s not because of what happened on stage, but because Musk and his team don’t want us to forget.

Tesla is channeling all the hype it has received through memes and internet jokes into merchandise sales. On that note, the company is launching a new T-shirt featuring the incident, along with other Cybertruck-themed apparels and accessories. This is modern marketing 101 right here. The only downside - it’ll set you back by $45.

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Heavy-Duty Cybertruck with Six Wheels Looks Oddly Mesmerizing

Heavy-Duty Cybertruck with Six Wheels Looks Oddly Mesmerizing

I’ll be more than happy if the towing capacity on this one is a lot more than the 14,000 pounds of the standard Cybertruck

The Cybertruck is an intimidating vehicle in stock form with those 35-inch wheels and the unorthodox, pointed-top shape. The Cybertruck became the renderers’ guinea pig and they went berserk to make the Cybertruck look even weirder than it already is.

But, imagine what it would look like with six wheels. Well, DrivableDesigns came up with a rendering to show what this truck would look like with a six-wheel setup.

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Elon Musk Should Buy The Tesla Cybertruck's Door Glass From Volkswagen - It's Stronger: Video

Elon Musk Should Buy The Tesla Cybertruck’s Door Glass From Volkswagen - It’s Stronger: Video

Come to think of it, Musk actually praised Volkswagen at the 2019 Golden Steering Wheel Awards

Do you remember the glass shattering saga from the Cybertruck launch? Of course, you do. How can one forget that embarrassing moment on stage when the whole world was watching the much-anticipated event live, right? It sent everyone into splits but garnered so much hype that even non-auto enthusiasts were talking about it. Tesla: 1, The Public: 0.

Not the point here, though. The Cybertruck might boast armored glass windows, but what about normal windows on normal cars? A video on YouTube has appeared wherein the admin of CarHax decided to use ‘weapons of destruction’ on a standard Volkswagen Golf’s glass. You will be shocked to see how much abuse it can withstand.

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If You Pre-Ordered the Tesla Cybertruck in Europe, You Might Want to Cancel It

If You Pre-Ordered the Tesla Cybertruck in Europe, You Might Want to Cancel It

It doesn’t look like you’ll get the Cybertruck that you ordered

The Cybertruck was widely criticized for its weird shape, but that was mainly because of how it looked. Soon after the unveiling, a lot of other practical problems came to light, such as parking woes, truckbed usability to haul longer objects, and so on. One such glaring problem that raised a lot of eyebrows was the safety aspect. The Cybertruck sure has strong components, but how can it be tested for crash ratings and how will it fare in case of a rollover? With a lot of questions unanswered, an expert in Europe has deemed the Cybertruck to be far from road-legal. This is a huge blow to the company. Will Tesla heavily modify the Cybertruck to attain road legality?

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The Cybunker Is the Perfect Add-On For Your New Tesla Cybertruck

The Cybunker Is the Perfect Add-On For Your New Tesla Cybertruck

It is cool, funky, and a must-have given the weird dimensions of the Cybertruck

When you talk about the accessories for the Tesla Cybertruck, you think about overlanding and off-road equipment. But, how about a garage for it?

A research, development, and design company called Lars Buro has come up with a garage for the oddly-shaped truck called the Cybunker. Believe it or not, this is the need of the hour because the Cybertruck DOES NOT fit in a standard two-car garage. Also, the Cybunker is not a random concept that will never see the light of the day; Lars Buro says it is production-ready.

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Hope for the Cybertruck Restored as Image of Young Elon Musk Replacing a Window Surfaces on Twitter

Hope for the Cybertruck Restored as Image of Young Elon Musk Replacing a Window Surfaces on Twitter

Musk knowing how to fix glasses is reassuring. So, where can I lay my $100 for the Cybertruck?

They say life comes as a full circle; and it did for Elon Musk and his glass shattering saga. Elon Musk’s mother, Maye Musk, tweeted a picture from her son’s younger days where he’s seen replacing a window in his old BMW.

This tweet caught a lot of attention and people couldn’t stop asking him questions about it. Now that we know Elon has experience in fixing broken glasses, I guess we can expect him to fix the Cybertruck’s “supposedly armored glass” with ease. Funny how things turn out, right?

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Elon Musk Says No to an Electric Motorcycle, but That Doesn't Mean a Cyberbike Is Out of the Question

Elon Musk Says No to an Electric Motorcycle, but That Doesn’t Mean a Cyberbike Is Out of the Question

I wonder if this Cyberbike will look as weird as the Cybertruck?!

If you watched the Tesla Cybertruck’s launch then you remember that the ATV brought onto the stage at the end of the unveil received a rousing round of applause. The ATV was much talked about even later on and people just couldn’t get over that beautiful beast. Luckily, Musk finally confirmed that it will be available as an option with the Cybertruck. But now Tesla’s main man says that we might get a Tesla-made two-wheeler as well! And while he’s not considering a motorbike, an electric dirt bike is a possibility.

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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

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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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