Pickup Tesla will be the best electric cars in the worldJune 3, 2019
According to official data, the starting price for the first pickup truck in the history of the American brand will be even below $ 50,000. The novelty will receive impressive dynamic characteristics.
According to the general director of the American company Tesla, Elon Musk, the price for the upcoming Tesla truck will be less than $ 50,000. This seems an impossible indicator, given the fact that other Tesla products (other than the Model 3 sedan) have much higher minimum prices.
Mr. Mask said this in a recent podcast: “You should be able to buy a really great truck for $ 49,000 or even less.”
He added that the capabilities of the Tesla truck would be unmatched, although for an ordinary buyer of such cars, its appearance may seem excessively unusual and of course unusual.
If the first in the history of the American manufacturer of a pickup truck really has a similar starting price, then yes, indeed, the Tesla truck will surpass another Rivian R1T electric car. It will also be a better deal than electric trucks from Ford and others.
In the past, Musk commented on the capabilities of a similar truck from the Ram brand, stating that it would be more or less like a toy compared to a Tesla truck. It is expected that the range of the Tesla pickup will be about 804 km. The official presentation will be held this year. The novelty will receive a full drive – under the electric motor on each axis. Mr. Mask also noted that the suspension will be dynamically adjusted depending on the load. Being electric and cargo means that the pickup will have a lot of torque. Although we cannot say exactly how much, we can indicate that Musk once tweeted that the truck would be able to tow … 300,000 pounds or 136,077 kg.
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