Norway’s justice minister, J?ran Kallmyr, announced on Facebook that he had personally ordered Tesla’s electric pickup Cybertruck. And J?ran Kallmyr shared screenshots of his booking cybertruck on the social media platform. From the screenshots, he appears to have ordered a two-motor all-wheel drive version of Cybertruck, The version has a range of 300 miles (482.8 kilometers), a 100-kilometer acceleration time of 4.5 seconds, a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds (4,536 kilograms) and a price tag of $499,000 (about 350,000 yuan).
At first, he wasn’t too happy with Cybertruck’s design, but later thought it was getting cooler, says J?ran Kallmyr. He thinks the electric car will be a good police car.
Tesla unveiled its first electric pickup Cybertruck on Friday. The electric pickup has a strong futuristic feel, with six seats, and starts at $399,000 ($280,000), slightly more than the Tesla Model 3.
Cybertruck’s maintenance costs are very low, thanks to its all-electric design and low charging costs, much lower than the cost of internal combustion engine trucks.
In addition, there are three versions of this electric pickup, in addition to the two-motor all-wheel drive version mentioned above, as well as a single-motor rear-wheel drive version and three-motor all-wheel drive version. The single-motor rear-wheel drive version has a range of 250 miles (402 km), The 100 km acceleration time is 6.5 seconds, the towing capacity is 7,500 pounds (3,402 kg) and is priced at $399,000 (about 280,000 yuan); It sold for $699,000 ($490,000).
Recently, Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, has been updating bookings for Cybertruck’s electric pickup stakes on social media. His latest update shows that Cybertruck has booked 250,000, less than a week after the company unveiled the electric pickup.