The Cybertruck is the Tesla pick-up we were all waiting for, but none of us were quite ready for when Elon Musk unveiled the angular sci-fi truck due for a 2021 market launch. But while its looks might be polarizing, the specs behind it most certainly aren’t: three models will be made available for the chiseled crew-cab, with the Single Motor RWD model being the most affordable option at $39,900. It’ll run from 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds and cover more than 250 miles on a charge, something that’ll be possible via V3 charging at any one of Tesla’s more than 14,000 Supercharger stations. The Dual Motor AWD model will have a range of more than 300 miles and a 0-60 mph sprint time of 4.5 seconds, while the Tri-Motor AWD - expected to arrive as a 2022 model - will manage the sprint in 2.9 seconds and cover more than 500 miles on a charge, but it’ll cost $69,900.
The range-topper will also be capable of towing more than 14,000 lbs and carrying a 3,500-pound payload in its 6.5-foot bed. The angular body is made of a new cold-rolled stainless steel exoskeleton that can allegedly withstand 9 mm bullet fire, while beneath the skin, an adaptive air suspension system can provide as much as 16 inches of ground clearance and approach/departure angles of 35 and 28 degrees.