Four years after it was first unveiled, Tesla has now delivered the first ten Cybertruck units, despite several setbacks and difficulties.

Tesla held a launch party at its Austin, Texas, Gigafactory in addition to the customer deliveries, during which additional Cybertruck features were revealed. Additionally, Tesla has updated its website with information on the stainless steel pickup truck that is totally electric, including versions, prices, specs, and other features.

Three versions of the Tesla Cybertruck will be available; the AWD model and the top-tier “Cyberbeast” will go on sale in 2024. With two motors, the AWD version will have 600 horsepower and a remarkable range of 350 miles (563 km). Additionally, it will be able to sprint in 4.1 seconds from 0 to 60 mph (0 to 98 km/h). The highest-spec ‘Cyberbeast’ version, which will likewise be released in 2024, will have a maximum power output of 845 BHP, a 2.6-second 0-60 mph time, and a top speed of 130 mph. Additionally, Tesla promises a range of 320 miles (515 km) on a single charge. A towing capability of 11,000 pounds (4.9 tonnes) will be available for both variants.

A base ‘RWD’ trim is also planned, and it is scheduled to debut in 2025. The starting price for this RWD version is $60,990. Retail prices for the Cyberbeast and AWD versions are $99,990 and $79,990, respectively.

Through Tesla’s supercharging network, the Cybertruck AWD and Cyberbeast models will also be able to get fast charging. The ‘Range-extender’ pack, which is optional and will boost the range of the AWD trim to 470+ miles and the Cyberbeast to 440+ miles, was also announced by Elon Musk.

The Tesla Cybertruck’s stainless steel build is supposed to allow it to withstand.45-caliber bullets. Furthermore, according to Tesla, it enables the Cybertruck to have “more torsional stiffness than a McLaren P1”.

The Cybertruck features a rear loading platform measuring 4 by 6 feet, runs on 35-inch tires, and when in “Extract” mode, has 432 mm of ground clearance. Additional features include a gigantic 18.5-inch touchscreen entertainment display in the center, a second 9.4-inch screen for the rear passengers, four-wheel steering, a power-opening trunk, and a standard steer-by-wire system.

The Tesla Cybertruck competes against vehicles such as the Rivian R1T and the Ford F-150 Lightning.

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