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the launch of Tesla Cybertruck, the electric pickup from Elon Musk’s company, is awaited by many, although it is not known exactly when the vehicle will hit the roads. The forecast is that the car will be available on the market only in 2023, after being delayed a few times.

A prototype of the pickup was shown at the launch of the Tesla Megapack project in Moss Landing, California, this June, raising even more expectations. In this text, you check everything that is already known about the electric car.

Tesla Cybertruck design

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One of the great attractions of Tesla Cybertruck is its rather futuristic design. It has straight lines that make many think of a tank, or a car straight out of the movie. Blade Runner. Its super tough stainless steel body reinforces this feeling.

The wheels are similar in design to the Tesla Model 3, with some changes at the front, such as a shorter hood and a plastic bumper. The doors do not have handles, continuing the style of Tesla cars: like other models of the brand, the vehicle recognizes the user and automatically opens the doors.

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O Tesla Cybertruck has 6 seats in total. In the rear seat, there are 3 seats, and in the front, there is a folding center seat that can be lowered via electronic control.

The pickup also promises to invest in safety: the design avoids small impacts from knocks and the stainless steel must withstand even 9 mm caliber pistol shots. It is important to point out, however, that the glass is not bulletproof and even presented problems in a live performance.

Another differential of the Tesla Cybertruck is the adaptable pneumatic suspension, that is, the car increases and decreases the height according to the need. In addition, there is also the availability of autopilot – when activated, it uses automatic parking and trailer docking features, but the manufacturer has plans to reach 100% autonomous levels in the future.

The ample trunk promises space to load up to a motorcycle, plus typical pickup truck features for camping and adventures in the woods.

Electric pickup range and power

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One of the biggest issues with electric cars is their autonomy to run after being charged. It’s the Tesla Cybertruck should not disappoint in this regard.

The promised power is 800 hp in the top-of-the-line version, which will have three electric motors. The car should also offer an impressive sprint, going from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds, reaching a top speed of 210 km/h.

This supply must be done via Telsa’s Supercharger system, which has 14,000 chargers, reaching a rate of 250 kilowatts. With a full load, the vehicle should deliver a range of 500 miles, about 804 km.

When is the Tesla Cybertruck coming out? Will the car arrive in Brazil?

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As Elon Musk’s manufacturer does not officially operate in Brazil, Tesla Cybertruck it should only be sold through luxury dealership chains such as Osten Group and Direct Imports. There are even people who acquired the pickup in the country even before it was launched.

Orders in Brazil are around R$ 950 thousand. There is also the promise of a rental system (not very cheap: the monthly fee is around R$ 19,000) for those who do not have the money or do not want to purchase a vehicle.

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In the United States, it is estimated that the base price of the three versions of Tesla Cybertruck between $39,900 and $69,900. In values ​​converted to today’s currency, then, the pickups would be between R$203,000 and R$357,000. This does not include delivery charges.

It is worth remembering that the Cybertruck, unlike other electric cars, is no longer eligible for US federal tax incentives, which impacts the final consumer value.

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