Rumor: Tesla Introduces Cybertruck, 350-Mile Range

Chevy Silverado EV Reigns Supreme with 450-Mile Battery

The highly-anticipated Tesla Cybertruck is likely to launch with a battery pack that can deliver 350 miles (563 kilometers) of range, as indicated by the Twitter user “Bearded Tesla” who has ostensibly had confidential conversations with three sources in the know.

If the gossip is accurate, it will suggest that the inaugural pickup of Tesla is going to miss out on the range of 620-miles (998 km) which was publicized when Cybertruck appeared in 2019. It will be less compared to the 450 miles drive of Chevrolet Silverado EV but have the same range as Rivian R1T with dual motors.

The Ford F-150 Lightning boasts an impressive maximum driving range of 320 miles (515 km) when outfitted with the Extended-Range package, however, rumors indicate that a version of the Cybertruck is being developed that could eclipse that mileage mark at 350 miles. The GMC Hummer EV 3X truck was recently given a boost to 381 miles (613 km) for its 2024 debut, with the American manufacturer announcing only that it will be ready for production later this year without narrowing down on any exact dates.

Tesla’s all-electric pickup truck kicked off production recently, with a picture taken of the workers from Gigafactory Texas standing beside the automobile. This happens almost four years after it was revealed for the first time as a prototype in late 2019.

two-wheel drive, two on electric motors with one each on the front and rear axles; as well as 4WD models featuring double electric motors with two apiece in both the foremost and back ends.In the past, the Austin-based electric vehicle producer’s website stated that their cuboid pickup would be available with a selection of four powertrain options: 2WD featuring one electric motor for the front axle and another for the rear; also 4WD with twin electric engines at both the front and back.

Initially set at $39,900 and $49,900 for its rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models respectively, Tesla has expunged all pricing and specs of the Cybertruck from the website in 2021. Thus, we are still unaware of what this vehicle will cost when it’s available for purchase in probably September 2021.

Despite the fact that Chevrolet has decided to terminate their Silverado EV edition, costing $40,000, there remains potential for Tesla to price the upcoming Cybertruck higher than was initially anticipated.

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Source: Bearded Tesla

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