2021 Tesla Cybertruck – Features, Design, Interior and Driving. Although full-size pickup trucks typically transact for about $48,000, the Tesla Cybertruck will go on sale with a projected starting price of $39,900. And for all you, “Yeah, but…” types out there, that pricing does not account for deductions for $7,500 government tax rebates, because Tesla has exhausted its allocation.
That starting price will be a single-motor, rear-drive truck with 250 miles of range, a 6.5-second 0-60 time with a top speed of 110 mph, and a 7,500-pound towing capacity.
Forking over $49,900 will get you a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive setup, with 300 miles of range, a 4.5-second 0-60 time with a top speed of 120 mph, and a 10,000-pound Towing capacity.
The top trim, at $69,900, brings a tri-motor, all-wheel-drive, with 500 miles of range, a 2.9-second 0-60 time, with a top speed of 130 mph, and 14,000-pound tow rating.
All three versions will have a 3,500-pound payload.
If you want to reserve one of these vehicles, Tesla requires only a $100 deposit, unlike past vehicles which required a much-heftier downpayment. According to the Tesla website: “You will be able to complete your configuration as production nears in late 2021. Tri Motor AWD production is expected to begin in late 2022.”
Of course, Elon Musk’s manufacturing start dates have been known to be… flexible. He hasn’t indicated which assembly plant will build the truck, or if said plant even exists yet. If starting from scratch, that usually takes two years at minimum.
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