The mayor of one of the Mexican cities ordered 15 copies of the Tesla Cybertruck electric pickup truckDecember 3, 2019
Thanks to electric trucks, the current head of a county town in Mexico expects to save up to $ 1.2 million.
The first deliveries of the Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck will begin no earlier than the end of 2021, but the California company has already received pre-orders for more than 250,000 units of its new items. It turns out that 15 of them were received from the mayor of one of the cities of the Mexican state, who confirmed that he paid a deposit of $ 1,500 from his own funds.
“I reserved 10 twin-engine and five three-engine versions of the Tesla Cybertruck pickup,” commented Adrian Esper Cardenas at a press conference.
He admitted that he did not consult with specialists before making pre-orders, but he considered the decision “common sense”. All-electric trucks will be used for police and garbage collection, according to the local newspaper.
“This is not about the speed of the car, because we do not need speed. We need high torque to transport heavy water pipes, garbage trucks. The pickups we ordered will have twice as much cargo as an ordinary truck, ”he added.
We believe that by using Tesla pickups we can save about $ 1.2 million in fuel annually. The head of the county town in Mexico is not afraid of the high price of pickups, he says that the money will pay off quickly, because you will not need to spend money on fuel, and there are stations for charging electric vehicle batteries everywhere.
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