The Tesla Cybertruck looks like a UFO with wheels on it!


The Tesla Cybertruck was one of the most anticipated pickup trucks in the U.S., and it finally went on sale in late 2023, but in extremely limited quantities. I’ve seen it in the metal thrice now, and I still find it otherworldly every time I see it.

Looks are a subjective matter, but for good or bad, the Tesla Cybertruck is a groundbreaking vehicle, bringing an unthinkable character into the pickup truck world. The Cybertruck’s unique proportions, super-tough construction, and offbeat lighting concept never fail to make heads turn wherever it goes. I like the Rivian R1T more instead, but I believe this radical exterior is a commendable job.

The interior of the Tesla Cybertruck is too minimalist, in my opinion. I would’ve preferred more conventional controls for simplicity. As amazing as the 18.5-inch central touchscreen is, sometimes I find the over-reliance on it inconvenient. The angular design of the dashboard, door panels, and center console goes well with the sharp exterior. I like the thin ambient light blades stretching across the dashboard and the doors. The all-glass roof is another fancy feature worth appreciating. 

The Cybertruck measures 223.7 inches in length, 95 inches in width, and 70.5 inches in height. It has a 6 ft. X 4 ft. bed that can be secured with a powered tonneau cover, after which there’s 120.9 cu. ft. of cargo volume left. More cargo space is available in an under-bed storage area and a frunk. The second-row seat can be folded for an additional 54 cu. ft. of storage space.

The Tesla Cybertruck is available to order in RWD, AWD, and Cyberbeast variants. Tesla plans to release the RWD variant in 2025, so it has revealed only a few details about it. The Cybertruck RWD will be able to tow 7,500 lbs., accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds, achieve a top speed of 112 mph, and deliver a range of 250 miles (Tesla-est.)

The Cybertruck AWD has a towing capacity of 11,000 lbs. Thanks to a 600-horsepower powertrain, it takes just 4.1 seconds for a 0-60 mph sprint, but it has the same top speed – 112 mph. It delivers a range of 340 miles (Tesla-est.), but with a Range Extender option that adds batteries into the bed, that figure can be increased to 470+ miles (Tesla-est.).

The Cybertruck Cyberbeast can also tow 11,000 lbs. However, with an even punchier powertrain that generates 845 horsepower, it boasts a significantly lower 0-60 mph acceleration time of 2.6 seconds (with rollout subtracted) and a much higher top speed of 130 mph. Its range is 320 miles (Tesla-est.), but the Range Extender option allows bumping it up to 440+ miles (Tesla-est.).

The Tesla Cybertruck has been priced at USD 60,990 in the RWD variant, USD 79,990 in the AWD variant, and USD 99,990 in the Cyberbeast variant.

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