Ever since it was first unveiled in November 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck, an electric pick-up, has been slowly building a hype. Fans won’t need to wait much longer, though, seeing as this ethereal drive is set to launch in 2022.
On Twitter, people have shared footage of the Cybertruck both in urban environment and by the countryside. Thanks to its otherworldly design, the electric vehicle looks like something that could only exist in video games like NFS. Its unconventional door-wedge-shaped-silhouette is a cherry on the top.
Interestingly, the Cybertruck can also be seen driving along the premises of the unfinished Tesla Gigafactory, the plant where this beauty will be manufactured.
While the model in the video resembles the prototype that was revealed back in 2019, modifications have indubitably been made. For starters, faint door handles can be seen in the leaked teaser, even though the model was said to not have any. Musk has also revealed that the pick-up will come with detachable side mirrors. Tesla’s Cybertruck has windshield wipers and daytime running lights, too.
The unconventional vehicle can be seen speeding along a number of tracks, only assuring us of its high-speed performance. The company has revealed that Cybertruck will be able to accelerate at 0-96 kmph in less than 6.5 seconds. It is also supposed to run over 402kms on a single charge.
When Musk had first revealed the prototype, the pickup was met with a lot of criticism over its unfamiliar design. However, with the teaser out, Twitter users only have good things to say, and a wonder to look forward to.
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