Tesla Cybertruck Overview & Specifications

The Tesla Cybertruck makes its debut with multiple variants following.


The Tesla Cybertruck has been one of the most eagerly awaited vehicles since its introduction in 2019. After a wait of over four years, this innovative vehicle is finally making its way to the market, albeit in limited quantities at first. The initial rollout will prioritize the exclusive “Foundation Series” models before expanding to other variants. Notably, the standard version of the truck features all-wheel drive, and those interested in the base rear-wheel-drive model will have to wait until 2025 to place their orders. Here are the key highlights and specifications of the truck that have been revealed so far.


Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Cybertruck

Highlights of the Tesla Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck stands out with its cutting-edge design, featuring Tesla’s first-ever 800-volt electrical system which minimizes wiring complexity. Each variant of the truck is constructed with a robust stainless-steel body and includes a bed area measuring 6 feet by 4 feet. The Cybertruck maintains consistent exterior measurements at 95 inches in width, 223.7 inches in length, and a height of 70.5 inches. Models equipped with air suspension offer the added benefit of slight height adjustability.

Tesla Cybertruck Variants

Multiple versions of the Tesla Cybertruck are either currently available or will be released soon. Initially, Tesla is launching a unique Foundation Series. This edition includes a range of exclusive features such as laser-etched badging and full-self driving capabilities. These additional features contribute an extra $20,000 to the overall cost, pricing this version at $120,000. After the completion of the Foundation Series, more affordable variants are set to be released. The following models have been identified:

Base Cybertruck

Drive: Rear-wheel drive
Performance: 0-60 mph: 6.5 seconds
Range: 250 miles
Towing Capacity: 7,500 pounds
Price: $61,240 (including mandatory fees, excluding destination fee)
Availability: Expected in 2025

All-Wheel-Drive Cybertruck

Power: ~600 horsepower
Performance: 0-60 mph: 3.9 seconds
Top Speed: 112 mph
Range: 340 miles (470+ miles with Range Extender)
Towing Capacity: 11,000 pounds
Price: Starting at $80,240 (excluding destination fee)

Cyberbeast (Top Model)

Power: 845 horsepower
Performance: 0-60 mph: 2.6 seconds
Top Speed: 130 mph
Range: 320 miles (440+ miles with Range Extender)
Towing Capacity: 11,000 pounds
Payload: 2,500 pounds
Price: $100,240 (excluding destination fee)

Charging and Powershare Specifications:

Max Charging Rate: 250 kW

Range Addition:

All-wheel-drive: 136 miles in 15 minutes
Cyberbeast: 128 miles in 15 minutes

Power Details

We don’t have details about interior space, but the following covers the all-important power information, particularly connectivity.

Outlets:

  • Four 120-volt outlets (two in cabin, two in bed)
  • One 240-volt outlet in bed

Power Supply: 9.6 kilowatts continuous power, capable of powering home appliances during outages

Tesla Cybertruck Competition

The distinctive Tesla Cybertruck has arrived, guaranteed to attract attention wherever it goes. While the electric truck market is currently modest, it’s expanding, with notable entries like the Rivian R1T and the Ford F-150 Lightning. Mainstream manufacturers like Chevrolet, GMC, and Ram are also entering the fray, offering consumers a wide array of options in this emerging segment. In terms of design, the Cybertruck is in a league of its own, a factor that Tesla is relying on, coupled with its renowned legacy of engineering prowess.


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Specifications and image courtesy of Tesla.

Matt Keegan
Author: Matthew Keegan
Matt Keegan is a journalist, media professional, and owner of this website. He has an extensive writing background and has covered the automotive sector continuously since 2004. When not driving and evaluating new vehicles, Matt enjoys spending his time outdoors.

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