Elon Musk, chief executive of Tesla, posted some additional information on Twitter about the production-spec Cybertruck, showing several improvements in style.
It would be an understatement to say the Tesla Cybertruck has been controversial, with many questioning its simple exterior style. Quizzed on Twitter if the electric pickup’s overall look would last, Musk said it’ll be “slightly better.”
It’s vague exactly what that means. However, a number of protection groups around the world have said that if it is to hit the market. The Cybertruck concept proposed back in November will need to alter. One of the concerns addressed online about the Cybertruck was related to the stainless steel body of the vehicle. So, how it will work in crashes.
It has marketed as very stiff, and seemingly unable to break like a regular car’s frame.
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Musk has also announced that the Cybertruck will be fitted with a payload towing calculator to notify owners of how much they can carry. Based on the driving scenario.
Furthermore, the vocal chief executive says the pickup includes active ride height and active damping which “is game-changing for a truck or any vehicle with a high max/min weight ratio”.
Tesla has plenty of time up to its sleeve before the Cybertruck enters the customer’s pockets. In reality, the production of the Tri-Motor range-topping model will not planned until late 2021. While the cheaper dual-motor and single-motor models will be penciled into 2022.
One of the things debated online about the Cybertruck was the stainless steel body of the vehicle and how it will work in crashes. It marketed as being very stiff and seemingly unable to collapse like a regular car’s body.
Furthermore, the vocal chief executive says the pickup includes active ride height. Active damping is game-changing for a truck or any vehicle with a high max/min weight ratio.