2023 Tesla Cybertruck Full review New
Based on recent news, Tesla will not start production of its 2023 Tesla Cybertruck EV pickup this year. As far as we know, the manufacturer is about to increase the capacity of the existing Texas plant and begin production of the 2023 Tesla Cybertruck truck next year.
As a reminder, the new 2023 Tesla Cybertruck was scheduled to launch in late 2021 with a starting price of about $ 40,000, but due to the limited supply of chips that control the basic functions of the car, this model was delayed the following year. Musk recently stated that the company is still testing a prototype of the Cybertruck, Tesla Semi-truck, Roadster, and Tesla’s robot called Optimus.
2023 Tesla Cybertruck Exterior
The new 2023 Tesla Cybertruck uses a monocoque (exoskeleton), as opposed to the traditional body setup on the frame. The finish is plain steel and the Cybertruck comes unpainted. Cold rolled 30X ultra-hard stainless steel is rust-resistant and all-glass is ultra-hard and armored with a polymer-coated compound. Overall, the design is weird and unique and we can’t wait to see the final product.
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2023 Tesla Cybertruck interior
Inside, the 2023 Tesla Cybertruck looks very modern, there’s no steering wheel, just an airplane-style yoke. According to Musk, the Cybertruck is spacious and can accommodate six passengers. However, the shape of this truck can affect the headroom for the rear passengers.
Certainly, the highlight of this truck is the dashboard that comes with a large 17-inch touchscreen. It also comes with heated seats, a rearview camera mirror, advanced safety features and a tonneau cover.
2023 Tesla Cybertruck engine configuration
At this point, we don’t have any horsepower or torque for the upcoming 2023 Tesla Cybertruck. However, the company has released range estimates for its three configurations. The base model that comes with a single electric motor will use rear-wheel drive and should get 250 miles. This model can also tow 7500 lbs. The optional two-wheel drive electric/all-wheel drive model is expected to provide 300 miles/10,000 pounds of towing, while the three electric motors offer a range of 500 miles and 14,000 pounds of towing capacity.
As you can see, these are very impressive capabilities for such a pickup. The best and fastest way to charge this model is with Tesla Superchargers. You can also use a 240V charger, but expect a full charge to take about 10 hours. With a powerful driveline and a low center of gravity, this truck can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds.
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2023 Tesla Cybertruck Price, Release Date
The price of the 2023 Tesla Cybertruck and rear-wheel drive should cost $39,900, plus a destination surcharge. With two engines and all-wheel drive, this truck starts at $49,900. Add another $20,000 for the most powerful model that comes with a third engine.
The main competitor to the upcoming Cybertruck is the Ford F-150 Lightning, with a starting price of $39,974. As mentioned, production of the Tesla Cybertruck will begin at the Texas plant and go on sale sometime next year. However, when this truck arrives, there will be a number of electric trucks available on the market, including the Bollinger B2, Chevrolet Silverado EV and Hummer EV.