Tesla’s Cybertruck is finally here. At a dazzling event at the Tesla Design Studio in Los Angeles on Thursday evening, CEO Elon Musk unveiled the vehicle he’d teased for several months prior as his personal passion project.
“You can order right now if you like,” Musk declared, before announcing a new order website.
The vehicle, previously touted by Musk as sporting a Blade Runner design, comes with specs to impress. It has a rear bed with 100 cubic feet of space and a 6.5-foot length. It has the ability to carry up to 3,500 pounds and can tow 14,000 pounds. It goes 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and does the quarter-mile in 10.8 seconds. In short, this thing is fast.
It also comes at a relatively reasonable price versus the company’s other affordable cars:
- $39,900: Single-motor rear-wheel drive with over 250 miles of range, over 7,500 pounds of towing capacity, and 0 to 60 mph in less than 6.5 seconds.
- $49,900: Dual-motor all-wheel drive with over 300 miles of range, over 10,000 pounds of towing capacity, and 0 to 60 mph in less than 4.5 seconds.
- $69,900: Tri-motor all-wheel drive with over 500 miles of range, over 14,000 pounds of towing capacity, and 0 to 60 mph in less than 2.9 seconds.
Self-driving functionality is an extra $7,000 for all configurations. Oh, and Tesla also seems to be offering an all-terrain vehicle.
Here are some of the best photos and videos of the new vehicle:
20. Musk standing with his new machine
19. Out on the road
18. Moving at speed
17. MKBHD goes hands-on
16. Picnic time?
15. Roomy interior
14. Out on the highway
13. From a side angle
12.Teslarati goes for a spin
11. Dazzling with lights
10. In the garage
9. Musk admires the Cybertruck
8. Electrek goes for a test ride
7. Trailer addition?
6. Out on the track
5. Overhead view
4. Rear open…
3. …and closed
2. Plus an ATV?
1. Erm…was that supposed to happen?
Expect more images of the Cybertruck as the launch approaches.