Unveiling the Tesla Cybertruck: Elon Musk’s Complete Revelation on the Electric Pickup

Elon Musk recently delivered the first Cybertrucks to select customers with a dubstep soundtrack and neon lighting as the backdrop. The livestreamed event lasted about 30 minutes and included VIP guests, music, and, of course, Musk. The three versions of the Cybertruck will be available in the future, with prices ranging from $60,990 to $99,990. The cheapest version will be available in 2025 and will have a single-motor rear-wheel option. There will also be dual motor all-wheel-drive and a three-motor Cyberbeast version. However, the range extender option for all-wheel drive and Cyberbeast models will increase the range to over 440 miles, with no details on the cost. The air suspension will allow for up to 17 inches of clearance, and the Cybertruck uses a 48-volt electrical system. Although the vehicle still has the same trapezoidal shape and stainless steel exterior as when it was first presented, the truck bed is now lined with a composite material, and the side mirrors are removable. Inside, the vehicle features an 18.5-inch touchscreen in the front and a 9.4-inch touchscreen in the back, along with a new interface and a 15-speaker sound system. The Cybertruck will also include a wireless charging system, 65W USB-C, and 120V/240V outlets. Although the event showcased the vehicle, the company did not provide many details on specifications, features, or pricing, leaving much to be revealed through future reviews and announcements.

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