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Tesla Electric Cybertruck: Explorer’s Best Friend

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Tesla's most intriguing vehicle – the Cybertruck - looks set to offer capabilities that will appeal to the explorer.

Cybertruck: Launch 2021.

The Tesla Cybertruck could become an explorer's best friend. The oddly-shaped electric truck, set to launch late 2021 with a starting price of $39,900, strikes a unique shape compared to competitors like the Ford F-150.

Eleon Musk, Tesla Cybertruck, stage

Tesla Electric Cybertruck: Crossing Water Streams

Musk confirmed that the truck would be able to cross water streams without damaging the truck, writing that it would even ‘float for a while’. Musk didn't reveal the wading depth of the Cybertruck but it could be over 30 inches deep.

Who started Teslaand why created Elon Musk Tesla?
Elon Musk, JB Straubel, Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning and Ian Wright started Tesla
Elon Musk. Elon Musk is the co-founder and CEO at Tesla, overseeing all product design, engineering and manufacturing of the company's electric vehicles, battery products, and Solar Roofs. Since the company's inception in 2003, Tesla's mission has been to accelerate the world's transition to a sustainable energy future.

Musk also confirmed that the truck would offer the same heat pump as seen on the Model Y compact SUV that started rolling out last month, a key feature for saving electricity.

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Cybertruck: 500 Miles On The High-End

The comments show how, despite the truck's seemingly futuristic shape, the firm is planning to also offer benefits for the main target consumer. The heat pump has been a welcome addition to the Model Y, as it helps move heat around the vehicle and reduce the need for turning up the heaters in colder conditions. This can help with improving the maximum battery range, expected to be over 500 miles on the high-end Cybertruck.


                                                             First ride in the Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla’s Electric Cybertruck: I Don’t Care If It Doesn’t Sell

The Cybertruck is something of a passion project. In November 2018, around a year before Musk unveiled the design, he described the truck's appearance in an interview as ‘heart-stopping’, adding that "I actually don’t know if a lot of people will buy this pickup truck or not, but I don’t care." Ahead of the reveal, pickup truck owners told Inverse in March 2019 that they were concerned about whether the truck would meet their expectations.

How long does a Tesla battery last?
But simply maintaining the current lifespan of a Tesla battery pack— about 300,000 to 500,000 miles—isn't enough. Long-haul electric trucks and robotaxis will be packing in way more daily miles than your average commuter, which is why Musk wants a battery that can last for 1 million miles.

But so far, the Cybertruck has enjoyed a warm reception. The truck's unveiling made headlines when a demonstration of the windows' strength went wrong, but buyers still rushed to pre-order the truck. A third-party tracker in February 2020 suggested the truck had received over 535,000 reservations since the unveiling, more than the Model 3 had the month after production started in July 2017. It should be noted that the Model 3 did require a $1,000 deposit, 10 times higher than the truck.

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This warm reception has filtered down into analyst expectations. Loup Ventures in March announced it had changed its predictions for Cybertruck production as a percentage of total production. Where it previously expected the truck to account for just five percent of production when the truck reached full production, predicted to be 2023, it now expected it to account for 15 percent of production.

Cybertruck: Explorer’s Best Friend

The Cybertruck has appealed to fans beyond the traditional pickup truck audience, but the truck's features suggest it is considering what its target audience craves.

Should I charge my Tesla every night?
How often do you have to charge a Tesla? For the vast majority of owners, you'll just plug your car in overnight every day. But the answer to this question is fully dependent on the owner's lifestyle and personal driving patterns. In the United States, the average person only drives 37 miles a day.

Beyond these new features, Tesla has released an image of the Cybertruck fitted out with campfire equipment for the ultimate outdoors picnic. Musk has also announced plans for an add-on all-terrain vehicle, as well as solar wings that can add up to 40 miles of driving distance per day. It has onboard power outlets, compressed air, and the ability to tow over 14,000 pounds.

Back, Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Cybertruck with kitchen, cooking gear and roof tent.

Musk may be demonstrating the Cybertruck on the flat streets of California, but it seems the truck will be built to support the audience that helped make the Ford F-150 the United States' best-selling car.

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Ford F-150 and the Tesla Cybertruck. Which one is the strongest?

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Tesla Electric Cybertruck: Explorer’s Best Friend

Tesla's most intriguing vehicle – the Cybertruck - looks set to offer capabilities that will appeal to the explorer. Cybertruck: Launch 2021. The Tesla Cybertruck could become an explorer's best friend. The oddly-shaped electric truck, set to launch late 2021 with a starting price of $39,900, strikes a unique shape compared to competitors like the Ford F-150. Tesla Electric Cybertruck: Crossing Water Streams Musk confirmed that the truck would be able to cross water streams without damaging the truck, writing that it would even ‘float for a while’. Musk didn't reveal the wading depth of the Cybertruck but it could be over 30 inches deep. Who started Teslaand why created Elon Musk Tesla? Elon Musk, JB Straubel, Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning and Ian Wright started Tesla Elon Musk. Elon Musk is the co-founder and CEO at Tesla, overseeing all product design, engineering and manufacturing of the company's electric vehicles, battery products, and Solar Roofs. Since the company's inception in 2003, Tesla's mission has been to accelerate the world's transition to a sustainable energy future. Musk also confirmed that the truck would offer the same heat pump as seen on the Model Y compact SUV that started rolling out last month, a key feature for saving electricity. Recommended:  Harley Davidson LiveWire Electric Bike Drives Like A Tesla Cybertruck: 500 Miles On The High-End The comments show how, despite the truck's seemingly futuristic shape, the firm is planning to also offer benefits for the main target consumer. The heat pump has been a welcome addition to the Model Y, as it helps move heat around the vehicle and reduce the need for turning up the heaters in colder conditions. This can help with improving the maximum battery range, expected to be over 500 miles on the high-end Cybertruck. {youtube}                                                              First ride in the Tesla Cybertruck Tesla’s Electric Cybertruck: I Don’t Care If It Doesn’t Sell The Cybertruck is something of a passion project. In November 2018, around a year before Musk unveiled the design, he described the truck's appearance in an interview as ‘heart-stopping’, adding that "I actually don’t know if a lot of people will buy this pickup truck or not, but I don’t care." Ahead of the reveal, pickup truck owners told Inverse in March 2019 that they were concerned about whether the truck would meet their expectations. How long does a Tesla battery last? But simply maintaining the current lifespan of a Tesla battery pack— about 300,000 to 500,000 miles—isn't enough. Long-haul electric trucks and robotaxis will be packing in way more daily miles than your average commuter, which is why Musk wants a battery that can last for 1 million miles. But so far, the Cybertruck has enjoyed a warm reception. The truck's unveiling made headlines when a demonstration of the windows' strength went wrong, but buyers still rushed to pre-order the truck. A third-party tracker in February 2020 suggested the truck had received over 535,000 reservations since the unveiling, more than the Model 3 had the month after production started in July 2017. It should be noted that the Model 3 did require a $1,000 deposit, 10 times higher than the truck. Recommended:  Electric Bike On Solar: Mix Between A Bicycle And A Tesla This warm reception has filtered down into analyst expectations. Loup Ventures in March announced it had changed its predictions for Cybertruck production as a percentage of total production. Where it previously expected the truck to account for just five percent of production when the truck reached full production, predicted to be 2023, it now expected it to account for 15 percent of production. Cybertruck: Explorer’s Best Friend The Cybertruck has appealed to fans beyond the traditional pickup truck audience, but the truck's features suggest it is considering what its target audience craves. Should I charge my Tesla every night? How often do you have to charge a Tesla? For the vast majority of owners, you'll just plug your car in overnight every day. But the answer to this question is fully dependent on the owner's lifestyle and personal driving patterns. In the United States, the average person only drives 37 miles a day. Beyond these new features, Tesla has released an image of the Cybertruck fitted out with campfire equipment for the ultimate outdoors picnic. Musk has also announced plans for an add-on all-terrain vehicle, as well as solar wings that can add up to 40 miles of driving distance per day. It has onboard power outlets, compressed air, and the ability to tow over 14,000 pounds. Tesla Cybertruck with kitchen, cooking gear and roof tent. Musk may be demonstrating the Cybertruck on the flat streets of California, but it seems the truck will be built to support the audience that helped make the Ford F-150 the United States' best-selling car. Recommended:  Tesla Versus Nikola. Hydrogen Versus electricity: America Ford F-150 and the Tesla Cybertruck. Which one is the strongest? Before you go! Recommended:  Sustainable Luxury: QO Is The Tesla Among Green Hotels Did you find this an interesting article or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your own article about electric cars? Click on  'Register'  or push the button 'Write An Article' on the  'HomePage'
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