Meet the Cybertruck, interior, specs and camper

Meet the Cybertruck, interior, specs and camper

Currently, there aren't many companies in the electric vehicle industry; however, Tesla is developing its own electric pickup truck, the Cybertruck. Tesla is well-known for producing electric vehicles with extensive driving ranges and exceptional performance.

Despite the fact that it has not yet been published, the Cybertruck has received a lot of interest, with more than one million pre-orders, according to un

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Cybertruck is its appearance, which appears to belong in a sci-fi film set on 2050 Mars. Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, believes he picked the design to make the Cybertruck stand out in a sea of similar-looking

The stainless steel unibody exterior is another intriguing element of the Cybertruck. The material is the same as that used by Tesla's sibling business, SpaceX, to manufacture its spaceship. Aside from minimizing corrosion and dents, Tesla worked on it to safeguard the riders inside the vehicle.

The Cybertruck Interior

Tesla Cybertruck Interior

In terms of inside space, the truck offers enough capacity for six persons because of its wider-than-average width. The driver may access controls via a 17-inch touchscreen center console. It also has enough capacity for storage under the seats, in the truck bed outside, and most likely in the front trunk where the engine would have been.

Tesla Cybertruck Camper

Tesla Cybertruck Camper

There are a number of Cybertruck camper designs that have been proposed and actually fundraising currently lie the CyberLandr and FORM. However, neither startup has yet to unveil an actual production version of their Cybertruck campers except for high-end renderings. By that metric, our Cyberbackpack is far ahead with the game with products being delivered to customers every day.

The Cybertruck range and specs

The Cybertruck will go up to 500 miles on a single charge, continuing Tesla's legacy of giving great ranges. Because of its bi-directional charging capability, you will be able to use the truck's battery to power equipment or offer electricity in isolated areas such as camping sites.

The Cybertruck will come in three variations, the single, dual, and tri-electric motor. Tesla, a business concerned with speed, boasts the Cybertruck can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds, which is unprecedented for pickup trucks. The top trim can pull up to 14,000 pounds behind it.

Pricing of the Cybertruck starts at $39,900, and you can place an order on Tesla’s website with a refundable fee of $100. The pickup truck's production was originally scheduled for late 2021, but it looks like it has been pushed back to 2023 as Tesla works to prepare the plant where it will be manufactured and ensure a stable supply of batteries.

Rivian's R1T, Ford's F-150 Lightning, GM's Silverado EV, and others are also working on pickup trucks.

What are your thoughts on the Cybertruck? Please share your ideas in the comments section. Also, if you cannot wait for the Cybertruck, then you can get your hands on a Cyberbackpack now.

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.