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Tesla to Deliver 30 Manually Built Cybertrucks in December

Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf is a law graduate and freelance journalist with a keen interest in tech reporting.

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Over the years, Tesla has been known for its leading role in the electric vehicles industry. A few months ago, Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, confirmed that the Cybertruck production is set to get underway in the middle of 2023 and early pre-production cars are around.

However, as we just discovered today via a tweet from the Tesla shareholder clubs, the EV giant is reported to deliver 30 manually built Cybertrucks in December this year.

The leak didn’t reveal much about the manually built Cybertrucks and the exact date it is coming. But, recently, reports reveal that Tesla will deliver its first electric semis to customers at a live December 1st event. Maybe it is likely to feature there too.

The Tesla’s Cybertrucks

Going by the previous reports, Tesla noted that the external shell of the Cybertruck is designed for maximum durability and passenger safety. Every part of the suit, starting with the almost impenetrable exoskeleton, is made with exceptional strength and endurance in mind, from the Tesla armor glass to the Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled Stainless Steel structural skin.

Additionally, the EV giant also pointed out that the Cybertruck’s three motors can go 500 miles between charges. The entry-level rear-drive Cybertruck can go only 250 miles between electrical recharges, while the mid-spec dual-motor model can travel 300 miles.

The Cybertruck’s interior design is equally angular as its divisive exterior. The marble-effect dashboard appears to have been stolen from a Roman villa, and even the seats have an interesting geometric pattern. The Cybertruck’s enormous 17-inch touchscreen and yoke-shaped steering wheel, which is similar to the one available on the most recent Tesla Model S Plaid and Model X Plaid, are more recognizable.

The Cybertruck, according to Tesla, can hold 2,830 liters of lockable cargo. This includes the frunk, the load bed (which Tesla refers to as the vault), and additional storage concealed below the side windows. The Cybertruck functions as a sort of mobile tiny power station because it has 120-volt and 240-volt powerpoints. Additionally, it has a built-in air compressor.

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