Tesla has unveiled its Cybertruck — an all-electric, futuristic-looking vehicle available with three motor configurations and capable of hauling up to 14,000+ pounds in the largest, tri-motor model.
Featuring an “exoskeleton” exterior of cold-rolled stainless-steel structural, the Cybertruck also features armoured glass, a built-in ramp for the box, and an adjustable air suspension.
With seating for six, a solid tonneau cover, and 3,500 pounds of payload capacity, the Cybertruck comes with a single motor, rear wheel drive model with towing capacity of over 7,500 pounds, for and 250+ mile range. The dual motor is all wheel drive, and can can tow over 10,000 pounds, with the tri-motor, offering 14,000+ pounds towing, and 500+ mile range.
As far as price, Canadian figures aren’t listed just yet; however, in the U.S. the single motor RWD starts at USD $39,900, duel is listed at USD $49,900 and the tri motor is USD $69,900. In addition, consumers can have the truck be fully self-driving.
Canadians looking to purchase the truck can do so for a $150 downpayment, and be able to complete configuration of the truck as production nears in late 2021.
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