Elon Musk reveals more details about Tesla's electric ATV

Marco Green
December 9, 2019

The footage, obtained by TMZ, showed the pickup turning heads while it was parked inside the valet area.

It will likely be in a position to go from zero to 60 miles per hour in about three seconds, the Tesla chief government claimed in his presentation.

A number of passersby can be seen snapping photographs of the closely-guarded vehicle. It was not the only time the Cybertruck was spotted on California roads over the weekend. Over the weekend, it was spotted outside Los Angeles International Airport and on the I-405.

Until now, only one major sighting of the vehicle had been witnessed in the wild. Prior to these sightings, the Cybertruck had only been captured once in action. Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Meanwhile, other versions of the Cybertruck will be delayed.

Musk stated the entry-level mannequin could have a beginning worth of $39,900 and a 250-mile vary, whereas a deluxe choice will be capable of journey twice the space and can promote for $69,900. Production of the Tri Motor would be the last to start in 2022.

The truck appears to have manufacturer plates intended for vehicle testing.

"Huge thanks to everyone who contributed ideas to Cybertruck".

Elon Musks' Tweet reads - "We'll intend to have it turned out same time as truck". It'll be a two-seater, and created to work with Cybertruck.

In his tweet, Musk also mentioned the possibility of Tesla building an electric dirt bike, though he said road bikes are out of the question, as they're "too unsafe". Musk jumped out ahead of this question, and said "We won't do road bikes, as too risky. I was hit by a truck & nearly died on one when I was 17".

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