Four years after the highly anticipated launch of the Tesla Cybertruck, the electric car manufacturer has made several adjustments to the vehicle. The Cybertruck boasts a stainless steel body and is offered in one color, a departure from the previously promised 6-seater version. The three drive units that were initially offered have also undergone updates, with different range and acceleration figures.
The entry-level version now promises a range of about 402 km and a 0-60 mph acceleration of 6.5 seconds. The intermediate version features a driving range of 547 km and an acceleration from 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds. The top version, named Cyberbeast, offers a driving range of 515 km and accelerates from 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds. Tesla has also touted the performance of the Cybertruck, showcasing a video where it beats a Porsche 911 in a drag race.
The price range for the Cybertruck has also been updated, with increases across all versions. The entry-level version will now cost $60,990, the intermediate version will cost $79,990, and the top version will cost $99,990.
As the Cybertruck continues to undergo developments and updates, it has also been entered into the Car of the Year 2023 competition, with the winner being announced later in the year. Voters have the chance to win vouchers and influence the outcome of the competition.
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