Tesla Cybertruck Rear-Wheel Drive 2023 -

  • Rear Wheel Drive
  • 123kWh
    Nominal capacity
  • 6.5sec
    0-60 mph
  • 250mi
    EPA range

Announced 2021
Status Available to order. Released 2023, December
Base price $ 61,000  
Power RWD
Acceleration 6.5 sec 0-60 mph (6.7 sec 0-62 mph)
Max speed 112 mph (180 km/h)
Capacity 123 kWh total
Tech Liquid-cooled Li-NMC battery (800V type)
Range 250 mi EPA
Recuperation Yes
Heat pump Yes
AC Charging Type 2
DC Charging CCS
 Vehicle to load (V2L)
48-volt electrical architecture
Battery range extender (optional) installed into cybertruck’s bed, offering up to 470+ miles (est.) of total range
Type 4 door pick-up truck, 5 seats
Dimensions 223.7 x 86.6 x 70.5 in (5682 x 2200 x 1791 mm)
Suspension Adaptive Air suspension, rear-axle steering up to 10˚, steer-by-wire
Wheels R20
Trunk US: 67 ft³, 100 ft³ max
Frunk Yes
Towing US: 7500 lb braked
Center 18.5" touchscreen
Driver's No
Head-up No
 9.4" rear passengers touchscreen display
Seats Heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, fold-up rear seats
Roof All-glass roof
Parking aids Yes
Driving aids 3 front, 2 side and 3 rear cameras, (up to 250m object detection). Automatic Emergency Braking, Dynamic Brake Lights, Lane Assist, Collision Avoidance Assist, Speed Assist, Lane Departure Avoidance, Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control
Self driving Autopilot with full Self-Driving capability
Crash tests
 Bulletproof stainless steel body
Shatter-resistant armor glass windows
Built-in hospital grade HEPA filter (99.97% of airborne particles)

Tesla Cybertruck Rear-Wheel Drive price history:

01 December 2023: Initial release price 60,990 USD

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Looks so ugly... And for what? Well, like 85% of Americans, they will just use it to go get groceries. And show off, like the idiotic Musk cult members they are... And maybe, effectively kill pedestrians, children especially, as that thing is a sharp...

  • non-standard tires

To accommodate the rubber fingers on the plastic hubcaps, are the tire sidewalls custom designed to be specific to a Cybertruck? With torquey acceleration and regeneration, replacing tires every couple years or so just got a little more rich. Those...

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