Everything we know about Elon Musk’s electric truck

Everything we know about Elon Musk's electric truck - FayerWayer

The anticipation for the Tesla Cybertruck, Elon Musk’s flagship electric truck, has generated a lot of expectations as its scheduled delivery date of November 30 approaches.

Although its official price has not yet been released and sales will be exclusive, recent leaks from a dealership located in San Diego reveal important details about the configurations and capabilities of this car.

Tesla Cybertruck details

As for curb weight, the dual-motor variant is expected to weigh around 7,000 pounds (approximately 3,175 kg), while the three-motor option will weigh around 8,000 pounds (approximately 3,625 kg).

Additionally, the maximum payload for the dual-engine version is estimated at 2,500 pounds (approximately 1,130 kg) with an impressive towing capacity of 11,000 pounds (approximately 5,000 kg).

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These numbers show some differences from the initial payload expectation, which was originally set at 3,500 pounds (approximately 1,590 kg).

Glass’s resistance to breakage is another of its unique characteristics. Of course, it is not yet known what their added value is, but it is expected that they will have unique coatings or treatments.

Everything We Know About Elon Musk'S Electric Truck

For its part, the suspension of the Tesla pick-up has an adaptive pneumatic system, which offers modes designed for both roads and more challenging terrain.

In that sense, the “ultra-hard stainless steel exoskeleton” will be used to provide a strong and unique structure, similar to the Honda Ridgeline.

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Although these revelations give us a clearer view of the Cybertruck’s capabilities, there are still details to be known, such as estimated range, charging times, volume of cargo and other features that should be revealed soon.