Tesla Cybertruck Crash Test & Mind-Blowing Features Will Blow Your Mind!

Man, have you seen the Tesla cybertruck crash test ? It’s causing a serious stir, and honestly, I get it – this thing is a head-turner! Tesla cybertruck clearly Aced all three tests. The crumble zone is in the front of the truck. CT is drive by wire hence no steering shack, no engine to possible invite in the driver space. It also has rear wheel steering.

That’s why you see the rear wheel turning upon impact. The side impact test is even more impressive. The SS panel absorbed the impact completely and even rebounded. There is almost 0 intrusion to the passenger space. May be This is the safest truck in the world ? What’s your thought ?

Bold doesn’t even cover it; it’s practically screaming durability and packing some seriously cool features. And let me tell you, diving into the truck market.

That’s like entering the heavyweight ring. There’s this wild competition among automakers, each one trying to outshine the other with utility and features.

Now, let’s get into the nitty-gritty of the Cybertruck’s exterior – forget your typical pickup truck look. This bad boy rocks a trapezoidal design straight out of the “Blade Runner” movie.

I mean, how cool is that? But wait, there’s more. It’s not just about looks; it’s got this stainless-steel exoskeleton that’s turning the whole pickup truck scene upside down.

Alright, buckle up, because here’s the inside scoop on some of the Cybertruck’s key features that’ll make you want to hit the road in style:

1. Range:

The base rear-wheel drive- It’s cruising around 250 miles.

Want all-wheel drive – You’re looking at a cool 340 miles.

And then there’s the “Tesla Cyberbeast” variant, hitting an estimated 320 miles.

But hey, if that’s not enough, there’s an optional range extender – perfect for those epic road trips or hauling heavy loads up mountains.

2. Power:

Now, let’s talk speed.

The “Tesla Cyberbeast” goes from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a jaw-dropping 2.6 seconds. Faster than some sports cars, can you believe it?

There’s a video of the Tesla Cyberbeast schooling a Porsche 911 in a drag race while towing another Porsche. It’s a towing beast too, handling a whopping 11,000 pounds – that’s a smackdown on some serious competitors.

3. Body:

Hold on to your hats –

the Cybertruck is rewriting the playbook. It’s the first car in the U.S. since the iconic DMC DeLorean to rock a stainless steel body.

And if that’s not enough, the glass –

It’s like armor, taking hits from baseballs at 70 miles per hour or Class 4 hail.

Elon even did a live demo in Texas, showing off doors that laugh in the face of .45 caliber and 9-millimeter rounds.

Talk about bulletproof!

4. Utility:

This is where the Cybertruck flexes.

A 6-foot-long bed, extra storage under the bed, and a tonneau cover that follows the sleek lines of the car to the tailgate.

Need more space –

Front storage’s got you covered, and get this – a powered gate.

But that’s not all; there are 120-volt and 240-volt outlets in the bed and cabin, ready to power up your tools, charge your EV, or light up your home with a whopping 11.5 kilowatts of power.

5. More Details on the 2024 Tesla Cybertruck:

Picture this – it comes in three flavors: single-motor, dual-motor, and tri-motor, offering ranges of 250, 300, and an insane 500 miles.

The tri-motor –

0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and even the single-motor isn’t lagging, hitting 6.5 seconds.

This ain’t your grandma’s pickup; it’s a six-seat crew-cab that’s practically the size of a Ford F-150.

And towing –

A range from 7,500 pounds to a mind-blowing 14,000 pounds for the tri-motor. Oh, and did I mention the top-spec model boasting a 500-mile range? Now that’s a road trip waiting to happen.

6. Need for Speed and Charging:

Hold onto your hat, because the dual-motor Cybertruck can hit 120 mph.

And here’s a kicker – you can charge this beast at home. Powershare is the name of the game, and it’s not just about charging your Cybertruck.

This thing can power your home or juice up other electric vehicles. Imagine that – your Cybertruck pulling double duty.

7. Battery and Ground Clearance:

Rumor has it the base Cybertruck might pack a 120 kWh battery. But wait, there’s more.

The long-range version could double that to a whopping 160 kWh. But, hey, these are just whispers; Tesla’s keeping us on the edge. And check this out – adjustable air suspension giving you up to 16 inches of ground clearance.

That’s not just off-roading; that’s off-the-charts off-roading.

8. Cybertruck vs. the Competition:

Size does matter, and the Cybertruck’s proving it.

It’s bigger, bolder, and louder than the Rivian R1T, its main rival in the electric truck arena.

Towing specs –

Tesla’s saying 14,000 pounds, while Rivian’s estimating 11,000 pounds.

Payload –

Tesla claims 3,350 pounds, leaving Rivian in the dust at 1,760 pounds.

9. Price Tag:

Now, let’s talk cash.

According to Forbes, the 2024 Tesla Cybertruck has three trims:

$39,900 for the single-motor,

$49,900 for the dual-motor,

and a hefty $69,900 for the tri-motor.

But another source got a different take – starting at US$60,990 for the RWD model (coming in 2025), with AWD and “Cyberbeast” ranging from an estimated US$80,000–$100,000, available in 2024.

If this doesn’t get your heart racing, I don’t know what will. For the latest and greatest, head straight to Tesla’s official website or check out the buzz from the most reliable sources out there.

The future of pickup trucks .. It’s looking pretty darn exciting! for more details check the official Tesla website.

 

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