Tesla’s recently launched electric pickup truck, Cybertruck, has already exceeded 200,000 units, despite being so ugly that it has even sent its share sledging down 6 percent. At the same time as the controversy, many consumers are also concerned about the future-style All Terrain Vehicle (ATV), cyberquad, that will be unveiled at the conference. Now Elon Musk has tweeted that the ATV will be sold as cybertruck’s annex, with the wording likely to be sold independently in the future.
At the launch, Tesla showed off this very futuristic ATV SUV with “One More Thing” and with only three minutes to show off (the entire launch will be only 18 minutes), the following information is available:
The Tesla Cybertruck is able to pull a ramp directly down, allowing the ATV SUV to ride directly into the back of the pickup truck
It’s very convenient to charge you right after riding on
The price and time of sale are unknown (even Cybertruck will not be available until 2021 at the earliest)