Cybertruck: Tesla truck gets 150,000 orders

Cybertruck: Tesla truck gets 150,000 orders

Tesla Cybertruck is an upcoming all-electric battery-powered light commercial vehicle in development by Tesla, Inc. Three models have been announced, with range estimates of 250–500 miles (400–800 km) and an estimated 0–60 mph time of 2.9–6.5 seconds, depending on the model.


Tesla CEO has received almost 150,000 orders for its new pickup truck, despite an embarrassing hiccup at its launch.


on stage while launching the Cybertruck, the window shattered during the demonstration supposed to show their durability.Tesla shares dived 6.1% after the event on Thursday and several bad reviews.With its distinct angular design, the electric truck was greeted with cheers but also bemusement.But on Saturday Mr Musk tweeted: “146k Cybertruck orders so far, with 42% choosing dual, 41% tri & 17% single motor”.

Why Cybertruck Glass Broke

Tesla Cybertruck’s most striking features is its stainless steel body. The exterior does more than crib the DeLorean DMC-12, too. It provides real durability that Tesla CEO Elon Musk was willing to demonstrate during the truck’s debut last night. A sledgehammer hit to the 3-millimeter-thick stainless-steel door left no dent.


However Tesla’s head honcho took to Twitter to detail why the side window cracked following an impact with a steel ball thrown by the company’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhuasen. After what must’ve been some in-house analysis, they arrived at the conclusion the order chosen to do the sledgehammer and steel ball tests was incorrect as it should’ve been the other way around. Smashing the door with the sledgehammer apparently cracked the base of the window, thus making the “armor glass” more fragile.


The industrial-looking vehicle is covered in stainless steel alloy and will be able to go from 0 to 100km/h (62 mph) in about three seconds, Mr Musk said in his presentation in Hawthorne, California.However, some analysts are concerned about the futuristic design, with Jessica Caldwell of Edmunds’ vehicle marketplace saying: “It looks like a truck version of the DeLorean from Back To The Future.”


The launch event’s “fail” happened during a segment displaying how the truck’s stainless steel exterior, and metal windows, could withstand bullets and sledgehammers.Tesla’s head of design, Franz von Holzhausen, proceeded to throw a metal ball at the front left window, causing it to smash.He repeated the move on the rear left window and the same thing happened.

Mr Musk was heard to swear before joking: “Room for improvement.”On Friday Tesla’s share price dived by 6%, slashing Mr Musk’s personal net worth by $768m (£598m) in a single day, according to Forbes.The pickup market represents a significant opportunity for Tesla as it improves its battery technology, meaning carrying heavier loads over long distances is now practical.

According to vehicle marketplace Edmunds, large trucks have accounted for 14.4% of new vehicle sales in the US up until October, compared to 12.6% in 2015.


Will Cybertruck Fit in Garage:

Add a few inches to the length of your garage, that will possibly be the only way out right!! You could call in an expert to assess the cost and possibility of adding a bump. If the wall isn’t load-bearing, then you could push into a closet or mud room with minimal work.

You could install an exterior coil-up garage door that would help you gain a lot of space, but those doors are a bit unsightly and the residential options are probably limited.If remodeling isn’t a solution, you could install short ramps at the end of your garage and gain a few inches by angling your truck upwards. Laser levels can instantly tell you how much you’ll have to raise up to gain the space that you need.

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