Elon Musk has reconfirmed plans for the Tesla Cybertruck to make its long-awaited debut next year.
The electric pickup was first unveiled in November 2019 and originally expected to go on sale in 2021, but development and supply issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic saw the date pushed forward several times.
Tesla has reportedly received over one million non-binding reservations for the truck, which is expected to feature a body constructed from the same type of stainless steel Musk’s SpaceX uses for its rockets and “armor” glass that was embarrassing shattered by a small metal ball throw at it during the reveal event.
However, while those who placed early reservations were told the Cybertruck would have a starting price of $39,900 for an entry-level two-wheel-drive model and $69,900 for a tri-motor all-wheel-drive version that can accelerate to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and tow 14,000 pounds, all pricing and specs were removed from the Tesla website last October and have not been replaced…. (Read more)