Tesla reveals new specs on Cybertruck as the first deliveries rolled off the assembly line
The Cyberbeast, which has 845 horsepower, sells for an estimated $96,390 and has an estimated 320 mile range.
The first deliveries of the long-anticipated Tesla Cybertruck were rolled out today at an event in Austin, Texas, where the trucks are manufactured.
“We have a car here that experts said was impossible,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk said during the event, which was broadcast live on X.
While range and prices weren’t mentioned during the presentation, after the event, the Tesla website was open for customers to make Cybertruck reservations, which shows the prices and range for the three models.
The base, rear-wheel drive model sells for $49,890 and has a 250-mile range. It won’t be available until 2025. No other specs are provided for the model.
The all-wheel drive model, which is available next year, has 600 horsepower and sells for an estimated $68,890. It has an estimated range of 340 miles. The Cyberbeast, which has 845 horsepower, sells for $96,390 and has an estimated 320-mile range.
According to information provided in the presentation, the Cybertruck, which can tow 11,000 pounds, tows maximum loads further than the Ford F350 diesel pickup truck.