Tesla Cybertruck will get a real home on wheelsJanuary 3, 2020
Since the introduction of the Cybertruck electric pickup truck, the world has gone crazy. Designers create concepts for smartphones, laptops, and even cyber garages, and hundreds of thousands of people are willing to pay $ 100 in order to get closer to an unusual car. On the wave of success, Tesla hinted that she was developing a trailer for a pickup that had not yet been released.
The most powerful version of Cybertruck will be able to travel a distance of up to 800 kilometers with a load of just over 6,000 kilograms. All of this can have a significant impact on the future of the trailer industry. For those who prefer to have a motor home, the prospect of a powerful eco-friendly transport is more relevant than ever.
Initially, Tesla showed a render that focuses on the sporting inclinations of a pickup truck: for example, while camping, you can not worry about running out of battery due to solar panels on the roof. However, the company recently released another image with Cybertruck, which carries a trailer made in the same style with the car.
The trailer can have anything: an extra battery, a solar panel on the roof. He is even able to become a motor home. But that is far from all. There are companies that are now ready to begin the assembly and production of such trailers for Cybertruck, which has not yet been released. One fan of an electric pickup truck claims to have ordered both a car and a trailer for it. According to him, he expects that both purchases will cost him no more than 132 thousand dollars.
It is expected that the new trailer from Tesla can get the same demand as the pickup itself. In addition, many buyers hope that the company will release many useful accessories that will be adapted for Cybertruck.
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