Tesla pickup reveal set for November 21

Daniel Fowler
November 7, 2019

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced via Twitter Wednesday afternoon that the automaker will reveal its all-electric pickup on november 21 at an event near the SpaceX rocket factory in California.

Musk also pointed out that the date of the unveiling coincides with the period during which the cult classic cyberpunk film Blade Runner is set. And the much awaited event will be held in a fortnight, early Thursday (Australian time).

Musk also noted the reveal date is "strangely familiar".

The tech titan shared a decidedly direct tweet, stating: "Cybertruck unveil on Nov 21 in LA near SpaceX rocket factory".

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Musk has dubbed the vehicle the "Cybertruck" and teased some details about it at Tesla's annual shareholders' meeting in June. He released a teaser image of the truck in March.

Musk has previously waxed lyrical about the new all-electric vehicle, calling it "heart-stopping" and deeming it "the coolest auto I've ever seen".

As standard features, the Tesla truck will include dual-motor all-wheel drive, plus a suspension that will dynamically adjust for load. But Musk is making lofty promises for the Cybetruck, claiming it "will be a better truck than an F-150 in terms of truck-like functionality, and be a better sports auto than a standard [Porsche] 911". At one point, when a Twitter user asked Musk if Tesla was working on a pickup the executive said, "What if we just made a mini version of the Tesla Semi?"

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