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Tesla Cybertruck

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Key specifications

Highlights
11,000 lbs
Towing Capacity
73 in
Bed Length
Electric
Engine Type
340 mi.
Range
Engine
521
SAE Net Torque @ RPM
600
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
Electric
Engine Type
Suspension
Independent
Axle Type - Rear
Independent
Axle Type - Front
Double Wishbone
Suspension Type - Rear
Double Wishbone
Suspension Type - Front
Weight & Capacity
11,000 lbs
Maximum Trailering Capacity
N/A
Fifth Wheel Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
N/A
Fifth Wheel Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
1,100 lbs
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
Safety
Standard
Backup Camera
Standard
Blind Spot Monitor
Standard
Stability Control
Standard
Lane Departure Warning
Entertainment
Standard
Bluetooth®
Electrical
N/A
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
N/A
Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)
Brakes
N/A
Drum - Rear (Yes or )
14 in
Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
14 in
Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
Yes
Disc - Rear (Yes or )

Engine

521 SAE Net Torque @ RPM
600 SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
Electric Engine Type

Suspension

Independent Axle Type - Rear
Independent Axle Type - Front
Double Wishbone Suspension Type - Rear
Double Wishbone Suspension Type - Front

Weight & Capacity

11,000 lbs Maximum Trailering Capacity
N/A Fifth Wheel Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
N/A Fifth Wheel Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
1,100 lbs Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
11,000 lbs Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
500 lbs Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
5,000 lbs Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
N/A Gross Combined Wt Rating
2,500 lbs Maximum Payload Capacity
2,500 lbs As Spec'd Payload
6,669 lbs As Spec'd Curb Weight
0 lbs Option Weight - Rear
0 lbs Option Weight - Front
3,364 lbs Curb Weight - Rear
3,305 lbs Curb Weight - Front
6,669 lbs Base Curb Weight
9,169 lbs Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
0 lbs Total Option Weight
6,669 lbs Curb Weight
9,502 lbs Gross Axle Weight Rating
N/A Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx

Safety

Standard Backup Camera
Standard Blind Spot Monitor
Standard Stability Control
Standard Lane Departure Warning

Entertainment

Standard Bluetooth®

Electrical

N/A Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
N/A Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)

Brakes

N/A Drum - Rear (Yes or )
14 in Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
14 in Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
Yes Disc - Rear (Yes or )
Yes Disc - Front (Yes or )
4-Wheel Brake ABS System (Second Line)
4-Wheel Brake ABS System
4-Wheel Disc Brake Type
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Factory Warranties

Basic
4 years / 50,000 miles
Corrosion
12 years
Powertrain
8 years
Battery
8 years / 150,000 miles
Roadside Assistance
4 years / 50,000 miles

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2024 Tesla Cybertruck review: Our expert's take

By Brian Normile

On Nov. 30, a select group of customers received the first deliveries of the long-awaited Tesla Cybertruck. Four years after its ignominious, window-cracking debut — and two years after it was supposed to arrive — the Cybertruck is finally a real production vehicle. To check one out in person, I traveled to a Tesla showroom in Chicago’s Gold Coast — a nontraditional automaker begets a nontraditional auto show.

Related: 2024 Tesla Cybertruck Deliveries Begin, More Specs and Estimated Pricing Revealed

An Outside View of the Inside

The floor model Cybertruck was roped off, unfortunately, so I have no interior impressions outside of what I’ve seen in official and third-party videos and what I could glean from looking through the windows.

The one notable interior feature to me was the borderline vestigial rearview mirror. With the bed’s tonneau cover closed, you cannot physically see out the back and must instead rely on a rear camera system that displays in the center touchscreen (a salesperson was kind enough to point out to me, a not-small human being, that the cover can support up to 300 pounds for … some reason). As someone prone to motion sickness, I might sacrifice the aerodynamics of the tonneau cover to use the rearview mirror, as rearview cameras make me queasy. The sharp angles of the body also make me wonder about ease of entry for the rear seats, but I couldn’t test that.

So, what about the exterior?

A Bleak Vision of the Future

Read more

On Nov. 30, a select group of customers received the first deliveries of the long-awaited Tesla Cybertruck. Four years after its ignominious, window-cracking debut — and two years after it was supposed to arrive — the Cybertruck is finally a real production vehicle. To check one out in person, I traveled to a Tesla showroom in Chicago’s Gold Coast — a nontraditional automaker begets a nontraditional auto show.

Related: 2024 Tesla Cybertruck Deliveries Begin, More Specs and Estimated Pricing Revealed

An Outside View of the Inside

The floor model Cybertruck was roped off, unfortunately, so I have no interior impressions outside of what I’ve seen in official and third-party videos and what I could glean from looking through the windows.

The one notable interior feature to me was the borderline vestigial rearview mirror. With the bed’s tonneau cover closed, you cannot physically see out the back and must instead rely on a rear camera system that displays in the center touchscreen (a salesperson was kind enough to point out to me, a not-small human being, that the cover can support up to 300 pounds for … some reason). As someone prone to motion sickness, I might sacrifice the aerodynamics of the tonneau cover to use the rearview mirror, as rearview cameras make me queasy. The sharp angles of the body also make me wonder about ease of entry for the rear seats, but I couldn’t test that.

So, what about the exterior?

A Bleak Vision of the Future

Read more

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