On Saturday, New Yorkers got a rare peek of Teslas still-unreleased Cybertruck as it cruised past Manhattans Radio City Music Hall prior to Elon Musks appearance on Saturday Night Live. Soon after, Tesla tweeted a quick video of the drive.
Teslas video netted an inevitable, though underwhelming, response from Musk who tweeted “Great picture.” The special and futuristic Cybertruck is still slated to begin production later on in 2021 at Teslas upcoming plant in Austin, Texas. The company hopes to have the very first batch of Cybertrucks on the market by the end of the year, but that date might be pressed back.
Cybertruck in NYC pic.twitter.com/Q7JnSo1QoX
— Tesla (@Tesla) May 8, 2021
Pre-orders presently sit at over 650,000 for the polygonal EV, as individuals were required to position a $100 deposit to protect their order. There will be three configurations available for the lorry, also, ranging from $39,900 to $69,900 depending on hauling capacity and variety choices, though all three will feature the iconic cold-rolled steel exoskeleton and roomy modern-day interior.
Nevertheless, with the automobiles notorious on-stage flub and Tesla having actually currently made a declaration that it would modify the Cybertrucks design in order to adhere to federal guideline (which still needs side mirrors and other information), the final design is still a bit up in the air.
through Digital Trends