On December 9th, According tomedia reports, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on social media that the company’s electric all-terrain vehicle (ATV) would be on the market about the same time as the pickup Cybertruck. Last month, at Cybertruck’s launch, Tesla used an all-terrain SUV to demonstrate Cybertruck’s cargo box size and unloading ramp.
The main character of the day was Cybertruck, which revealed less about the all-terrain off-road ercy.
However, Musk’s latest statement said the all-terrain SUV will be available about the same time as the pickup Cybertruck, around the end of 2021.
The price of this all-terrain SUV, as well as various configurations, performance data has not yet been released.
Musk also noted that electric two-wheeled off-road locomotives are also interesting. Perhaps Tesla will launch this aspect of the product.
In addition, Musk said on the social network that he was very grateful to the members who contributed to Cybertruck and offered ideas.
Cybertruck starts at $399,000, accelerates at 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and has a range of up to 500 miles. Cybertruck can accommodate up to 6 people, with extra storage under the second row of seats, a 17-inch touchscreen and a new custom user interface.
Cybertruck has been highly sought after by users, with Tesla previously revealing that it has booked 250,000 vehicles in less than a week.