Are you ready for the Tesla Cybertruck? (video)

Are you ready for the Tesla Cybertruck? (video)

Almost five years after being unveiled (it was in November 2019), the Tesla Cybertruck continues to astonish. We have the illustration of this these days with the model exhibited at the Vivatech show in Paris. A real magnet for attention, the machine always arouses very clear reactions, which range from “ I really don’t like it ” has ” he is incredible in real life “, Passing by ” it looks like a Lego » (which is not false, and also gives hope for a more realistic model in the event that the Danish company one day seeks to reproduce the beast). The Cybertruck finally entered production in 2023, and the first US and Canadian customers were delivered in December. This model contrasts completely with the rest of automobile production, with its exoskeleton (don’t talk about bodywork) in ultra-resistant stainless steel and resistant to 45 and 9 mm caliber bullets, as well as rifles. 12 caliber hunting rifle.
5.69 m long, 67 cm longer than a Tesla Model S, and 2.42 m wide. with the mirrors deployed, it is only reasonable in terms of height with its “small” 1.79 m. In any case, this XXL size makes it difficult to adapt to the roads of Europe, where there is no question of import at the moment. However, overall maneuverability is optimized by the combined action of the steering steer by wirethat is to say without a mechanical link between the steering wheel and the rack, and a pivoting rear axle.

The interior demonstrates a minimalism rare in the automobile, with seats and a central console directly grafted to the battery pack, which here takes on a fully structural role. The famous Yoke steering wheel coexists with an 18.5-inch screen, larger than the one found on board a Model X.

Heavy weights

The machine weighs 3,104 kg for the high-end three-motor version. Its payload reaches 1,134 kilos and its towing capacity 4,990 kilos. The lockable loading volume approaches 1.9 m3, to which 1,530 liters are added when the rear seats are folded. The skip measures more than 1.80 m long and its width is 1.29 m. It transforms into a safe thanks to an electric blind that can support up to 136 kg.

The rear doors open at a right angle. There are three real seats, but the legroom available is less than what a Model Y offers.
The rear doors open at a right angle. There are three real seats, but the legroom available is less than what a Model Y offers.
Rear passengers have an additional screen, while 2 subwoofers and 15 speakers provide the atmosphere on board.
Rear passengers have an additional screen, while 2 subwoofers and 15 speakers provide the atmosphere on board.

Two versions of the Cybertruck are currently offered to American customers, namely the Dual Motor version with all-wheel drive and the tri-motor “Cyberbeast” version. The latter accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.7 seconds, a time comparable to that of a Lamborghini Aventador (2.8 s). The range of this version is 515 km thanks to the 123 kWh battery shared with the Dual Motor version, but can exceed 700 km if you choose the range extender option, with an additional battery taking place. in the dumpster. The Cybertruck accepts a charging rate of 250 kW, supposed to allow it to recover a little more than 200 km of autonomy in 15 minutes.
In terms of prices, the range currently starts at $76,000 in the United States, pending the launch next year of a 2-wheel drive version at $57,000. Tesla is not talking about marketing here for the moment, as we said above, but like a rock star, the Cybertruck is on a European tour with several dates and exhibition locations in France until June 18 . And believe us, it’s an event not to be missed.

Probably the largest wiper in automotive production.
Probably the largest wiper in automotive production.

The Cybertruck is based on 24-inch wheels; the air suspension increases the ground clearance to more than 40 cm when Extraction mode is engaged.
The Cybertruck is based on 24-inch wheels. The air suspension allows the ground clearance to be increased to more than 40 cm when the mode is engaged. Extraction.

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On the left wall of the dumpster, sockets allowing V2L charging. This allows the Cybertruck to be used as a power Source</a> for an external electrical device, such as a barbecue.
On the left wall of the dumpster, sockets allowing V2L charging. This allows the Cybertruck to be used as a power Source for an external electrical device, such as a barbecue.

Where to see the Cybertruck?
• Within the Station F start-up incubator in Paris on May 27,
• At the Tesla Lyon Saint-Priest Center on June 3
• At the Top Marques Show in Monaco from June 4 to 6
• At the Tesla Aix-Marseille Center on June 7
• In Bordeaux on June 11
• At the Tesla Center La Rochelle on June 13
• At the Tesla Center Paris-Saint-Ouen on June 17 and 18

Cyberbeast Tri-Motor Cybertruck Dual Motor
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h 2.7s 4.3 sec
Autonomy 515km
(+705 with range extender)
547km
(+755km with range extender)
Maximum speed 209 km/h 180km/h
Weight 3,104 kg 2,995 kg
Max supercharge 250kW 250kW
Pulling capacity 4,990 kg 4,990 kg
Guarantee 4 years or 80,000 km, whichever comes first 4 years or 80,000 km, whichever comes first
Battery and powertrain 8 years or 240,000 km, whichever comes first 8 years or 240,000 km, whichever comes first

Are you ready for the Tesla Cybertruck? (video)
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