According tomedia MSPoweruser, with the official launch of Tesla Cybertruck, a number of netizens have been filmed the electric pickup road test footage. Twitter user Cody Simms recently captured a rare image of Tesla CEO Elon Musk driving Cybertruck for a nightroad test around Los Angeles airport.
Previously, Instagram user Chicaco_Roy had taken cybertruck road measurements near the Tesla Design Studio in Hawthorne, California.
The Tesla Cybertruck looks very eye-catching at night. In both cases, the truck dwarfs the surrounding cars, but interestingly, Elon Musk said on Twitter that the final mass-produced vehicle might be slightly smaller.
Mr Musk said the project was to ensure cars could be parked in existing structures, such as parking and parking spaces. Of course, the Road Test Tesla Cybertruck does look twice as good as other cars on the road, but it’s fairly standard in American trucks.
Here are more photos and videos taken by eyewitnesses of Elon Musk driving Cybertruck himself:
Some features of Tesla Cybertruck:
With a payload capacity of up to 3,500 pounds and adjustable air suspension, Cybertruck is described by Tesla as the company’s most powerful product ever, with 100 cubic feet of external storage space (about 2.83 cubic meters) and lockable – including a very strong enough rear cover to stand.
Cybertuck stores toolboxes, tires and Cyberquad, and more. The external lockable storage space is up to 100 cubic feet, including the bottom hidden storage compartment, trunk and sail column area.
With its powerful pull and tow power of up to 14,000 pounds, Cybertruck can easily handle most traction scenarios.
Lift and lower the suspension by four inches in either direction to facilitate access to Cybertruck or storage boxes, while automatic leveling adapts to any situation and helps with every job.
It comfortably accommodates 6 people and has extra storage space under the second row of seats. Comes with an advanced 17-inch touchscreen and a new custom user interface.
From rugged to refined, Cybertruck can meet the needs of car owners. The versatile, practical design is ready for a variety of experiences – including on-board power and compressed air.
In addition, Tesla Cybertruck has three power versions to choose from: a single-motor rear-wheel-drive version for $39,900; a dual-motor full drive for $49,900; and a three-motor full drive version for $69,900. The self-driving device will cost an additional $7,000. Tesla Cybertruck has now received 250,000 bookings.