I don’t think there is any EV that carries the same levels of hype as the upcoming 2023 Tesla Cybertruck. That could be because of the brand’s image or the popularity of its CEO, Elon Musk himself. Whatever that may be, Tesla has managed to sustain the hype with the regular dosage of its upcoming pickup by leaks. The Cybertruck has been delayed multiple times due to unknown reasons. Not long ago, Musk announced that the EV truck will finally hit mass production and will hit the roads at the end of 2023.
An electric pickup from the future that holds behemoth 1000 hp power inside its alienist-looking design. The upcoming Tesla Cybertruck will offer up to three electric motor powertrains with all-wheel drive and over 500 miles of range. The pickup will have 14,000 pounds of towing capacity packaged under a price of over $39,000.
The 2023 Tesla Cybertruck is all set to enter the US’s most popular body style segment. With its insane power delivery and specs, the Tesla pickup will be a very strong competition to the rivals. It will be tough as the market has new players such as the Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, and the GMC Hummer EV. The expected launch of the Tesla pickup could be next year and we expect it to hit the roads at the end of 2023.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The upcoming Cybertruck will offer three powertrain setups with different configuration levels. The single, dual, and thrilling tri-motor setup would make over 1000 hp and more than 800 lb-ft of torque with its all-wheel drive system. The Cybertruck could achieve an acceleration time of a crazy 2.9 seconds and can achieve a top speed of 130 mph. The acceleration time seemed insane when CEO Elon Musk announced it at the official reveal, but the Rivian R1T can also hit it under 3.0 seconds. The pickup will come with adjustable air suspension with over 16-inch of ground clearance. The Tesla pickup will also come with a 35-degree approach and 28-degree departure angles to provide a better experience. More details about the 2023 Cybertruck are one the way as the EV pickup is coming near to its official launch.
Battery, Range & Charging
The specs of the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck are still not revealed yet so we can use the estimated figures now. The pickup could come with a 102-kWh plus battery capacity to power the ginormous three electric motors. It would offer a driving range from 250 miles for the single motor setup to 500 plus miles for the tri-motor setup. The Cybertruck would support Tesla’s 250 kW fast charging via their supercharger network. We expect more details should be out soon as the official launch is closer than it seems.
Payload & Towing Capacity
To challenge the rivals, Tesla claims the Cybertruck would carry a towing capacity of an insane 14,000 pounds with its triple motor setup. If Tesla could turn that claim into reality, it would shred the Rival such as the RAM 1500 into pieces. Following that, the single and dual motor setups will also carry a payload capacity of 7,500 and 10,000 pounds. Tesla has also said the Cyberruck will offer a payload capacity of over 3,500 pounds with its 6.5 ft cargo bed.
|2023 Tesla Cybertruck Price
The 2023 Tesla Cybertruck will be available in three different configuration setups with different power output levels. The three models will offer a single, dual, or tri-electric motor setup with different output levels. The price of the Tesla Cybertruck will start at over $0,000 for the base model, while the dual motor setup will be priced at around $50,000. The top-spec 1000-hp triple motor setup will cost over $70,000 or even more than that. The dual and tri-motor will come with standard all-wheel drive while the base single motor setup will come with a rear-wheel drive. Each powertrain option will offer different specs and features which will increase as you go above the ladder.
Specifications, Acceleration & Top-speed
|2023 Tesla Cybertruck Specs
|Three permanent magnet synchronised AC motors