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Tesla will be presenting its "Cybertruck" on November 21st

For how many years has Elon Musk tapped his electric powered pickup? Probably about as long as Tesla . Since then, Tesla has not cut out a lot of information about the box and also pictures were kept back elegantly for years. The only official picture is the dark teaser (above), which only indicates the bonnet.

But now everything is about to change after Musk canceled an earlier date for this year: As he announced on Twitter, the unveiling will take place on November 21st. The fun is set to take place near Los Angeles, not far from SpaceX, another billionaire company.

Already two months ago, Elon Musk already promised us the November, so now the good man fixes the thing. However, he did not reveal more about the vehicle, of which we only know so far that it should be able to carry up to six passengers and have a range of 640-800 kilometers in the most expensive variant. Musk has also assumed that the "cybertruck", as he baptized him, should start at around $ 50,000.

Even before that, Musk let himself be carried away with allusions to the science fiction film "Blade Runner". Today he also had another follow up on his announcement tweet, declaring that this date - 21st November - would sound strangely familiar and posted a video tweet of the film's opening sequence.

The 1982 sci-fi classic begins its action in Los Angeles in November 2019 - the perfect date and perfect location for the presentation of the Tesla electric pickup truck.

Tesla will at last reveal its hotly anticipated electric pickup truck on November 21st, Elon Musk tweeted on Wednesday. The truck, which Musk has named "Cybertruck," should look like something straight out of Blade Runner, the CEO has said.

The truck will be divulged at Tesla's structure studio in Los Angeles, California, which sits on a similar parcel as SpaceX's home office. Musk initially wanted to uncover the pickup truck recently, yet he reported in September that he was driving the occasion back to November.

Musk has said the anticipated pickup truck has a "heart-halting" structure, with preferable utility over a Ford F-150 and better execution than a fundamental Porsche 911.


The possibility of a Tesla pickup truck has been kicked around since 2013 when Musk referenced his craving to assume the F-150s of the world in front of an audience at an occasion. The extremely rich person business visionary has gone through the most recent six years prodding the truck without offering too many solid points of interest. He's said the truck will situate six, start at around $50,000, and offer 400 to 500 miles of range in the most significant expense variation. Musk has likewise recommended the top-end rendition will be fueled by a double engine arrangement, with a ridiculous towing limit of 300,000 pounds.

With respect to what the truck will resemble, Musk hasn't offered much past a lot of references to its "cyberpunk" tasteful, and he has just discharged one exceptionally dull and indistinguishable secret picture (seen previously). This has brought about a consistent surge of fan renders, a significant number of which verge on the strange.

The date declared on Wednesday implies the Tesla pickup truck will be uncovered simultaneously as — yet separate from — the Los Angeles Auto Show where Ford is relied upon to divulge a Mustang-roused SUV, its first mass-showcase electric vehicle. (Tesla has a long history of skirting customary car expos for putting individually occasions.)

Electric autos are gradually developing in prevalence around the globe, however they still just make up around 1 to 2 percent of the market, contingent upon the area. Simultaneously, pickup truck deals have shot through the rooftop over the most recent couple of years (nearby SUV deals), which means there might be an incredible open door for the main organizations to send a practical electric truck. There's no discharge date for Tesla's electric pickup at this time, however in the following a few years, an all-electric Ford F-150, an electric pickup from GM, and another electric pickup from EV startup Rivian are scheduled to hit the market.


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