The Cybertruck patented by Tesla can be driven up to 910 km without the tension of charging
Tesla may not have launched its Cybertruck in the market but it has always been the talk-of-town. Right now, the range of 805 km is available in this cybertruck. But Tesla’s new patent has revealed that the later-launched Cybertruck will provide a maximum car range of 610 miles (about 980 km). This fact has been revealed in Electrek’s report.
This means that this cybertruck can be run up to 910 km without tension without charging. The new patent is much more than the old Tesla Cyber truck, which was first introduced by the company in November 2019 with a range of 500 miles. In this new patent, more things can be seen along with the driving range, which will be known in the future.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has claimed that it will be the most capable pick-up truck ever and its performance will be similar to that of a sportscar. Tesla will also offer many accessories and gadgets in it, which will get a retractable solar roof in the back bed, which will make this electric vehicle more excellent and will motivate the customers to buy.
This new Tesla CyberTruck will be introduced at the Texas plant. The dual-motor version of this CyberTruck will cost $ 40,000 and the three-motor version will cost $ 50,000. Earlier this Cybertruck was to be launched earlier this year but now it will be introduced by next year. Till this year, more than 10 lakh reservations have been done for Cyberattrk.
The current Tesla cyber truck can be booked by paying a deposit of just $ 100 (about Rs 7,252). The company makes it available in three different trims with the entry-level single-motor variant offering rear-wheel-drive configuration and a range of around 402 km. At the same time, dual-motor setup will be available in the mid-range variants, in which the range of 483 km is available. Three electric motors have been given in the top variant of this Cyber truck, which will get an all-wheel-drive system and it will get a driving range of 805 km.
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