Elon Musk posted more details about cybertruck for electric cars on Twitter,media reported. On Friday, local time, the Tesla CEO launched a brief conversation on Twitter to add some of Cybertruck’s extra details, including the size of the car and other configurations that measure its payload, drag power, and more.
In response to a user’s question, Musk said Cybetruck would have the ability to change the carrying capacity of a car from a different situation.
In addition, he added, the EV pickup will show real-time changes in maximum acceleration, braking, cornering, speed gradients and range. This calculator device will further consider changes in altitude, the quality of goods or tows, and the resistance to the specified route.
The Tesla CEO seems to be very proud of Cybetruck’s upcoming active driving height and damping system, and he explicitly calls him a pickup game changer, as far as what he doesn’t go further.
Perhaps the most exciting thing for fans is that they either love or hate cybertruck’s design. Asked how he would turn the look into a mass-produced version, Musk said the final version would look a little better. He also responded to previous tweets about confusion about the size of the car, saying the electric pickup would be nearly 82 inches wide. According to Musk, each version will be equipped with what he describes as a “laser blade lamp.”
With Cybertruck still a year away from production, more information about the car is likely to follow from Musk. It is reported that the first models will be equipped with three motors, will be put into production by the end of 2021;