Cybertruck is ready to attend its delivery event on November 30 and this electric truck has now appeared for the first time at the Tesla showroom in Canada.
According to the image posted on X social media, Tesla has put Cybertruck on showcase at its showroom in Langley, British Colombia located at 19505 Langley Bypass.
Currently, the Truck can be seen from a distance and visitors can’t interact or go inside to check the driving system.
Tesla is already showcasing this new electric truck across the US. Meanwhile, people are sharing their own experiences from so close after watching Tesla Cybertruck randomly on the streets for the past few months.
A specification board on the side shows some key specs of the Cybertruck including the towing capacity, which is 11,000 lbs, and a payload capacity of 2,500 lbs. Compared to this, the official website mentioned a payload capacity of up to 3,000 lbs. Still, the company has not confirmed any other specifications about the motor variants.
Unveiled first in 2019, the EV maker has made many of the changes in this truck and it took almost four years to master its design for mass production.
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The design production is so much difficult that even CEO, Elon Musk has mentioned facing obstacles in the entire process.
The vehicle is made of ultra-hard 30x cold-rolled stainless steel, which helps to prevent dents, damage, and corrosion. Despite its stainless steel design, the outlook shines high with a smooth monochrome finish.
Tesla said that the Cybertruck could accelerate from 0-60 mph within 2.9 seconds and provides 500 miles of range.
(via – Driveteslacanada)