Love it or Hate it, Tesla’s Cybertruck is not for Everybody.
The Tesla CEO Elon Musk on [Nov. 21] unveiled his latest vehicle, the “Cybertruck, at a flashy Los Angeles event that was part Apple iPhone reveal, but the introduction of the Cybertruckat didn’t quite go as planned, but that’s not the case for this article, but the purpose for this article is to talk about the future of technology as we have to move forward.
The Cybertruct is certainly designed to stand out on the road. Looking little like it was dropped off by an alien spaceship when I look at the design of the Cybertruck, it reminds me of the car in the Back to the Future Movies or the pickup trucks in the Helo Video game.
What do you think of the Cybertruck’s design?
Does the Cybertruck have the capabilities to challenge all of the top-selling like Honda Ridgeline, Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Jeep Gladiator, Ford Ranger, Ram 1500, Ford F-150, Ford F-150 Raptor, Ram 2500 / 3500, Ford Super Duty?
What we do know is that the Cybertruck has a sharp-edged exterior that is made of scratch and dent-resistant stainless steel, Tesla’s all-electric truck is seriously tough, with a standard all-wheel drive, the Cybertruck can tow up to 14,000 pounds and has an estimated driving range of 500-plus miles. While that applies only to the most expensive model, the cheapest one starts at $39,900. Of course, there’s still a lot we don’t know about the Cybertruck, including when it will officially go on sale. But right now, it looks as if the first versions will go into production in late 2021.
Although the Cybertruck has been at the center of many jokes in recent days, brands including Lego and Pepsi have taken to Twitter to mock Tesla’s Cybertruck,
But not everyone had negative things to say about it. Several prominent figures in the technology industry, including executives from Twitter and Facebook, have come forward with compliments about Tesla’s first pickup truck.
What do you think of this “pickup of the future”?
For my detail on the Tesla Cybertruck, visit the Tesla Website