Elon Musk will reveal Tesla's 'cybertruck' on November 21

Daniel Fowler
December 2, 2019

Love it or hate it, the latest addition to Elon Musk's Tesla lineup has arrived; the Cybertruck.

Cybertruck offers more than 800 km of autonomy, a 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds and a body that can withstand impacts nearly without deformation to protect its pilot and passengers.

Elon Musk revealed his Cybertruck to the world last week and despite a part of the demonstration that failed to make the windows of the vehicle look as durable as Elon hoped, the truck still pulled in 250,000 pre-orders.

Azizi Developments, one of the leading developers in the UAE, has placed an order for 10 of Tesla's new Cybertrucks.

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In July this year Ford released a video showing an electric Ford F-150 prototype pulling a 450-tonne train, though the company declined to release technical details such as power output.

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The recently unveiled Tesla Cybertruck is increasingly attracting attention by the day.

Seeing the Tesla Cybertruck "in the wild" proves that Tesla is already well advanced in the development process and the vehicle is not just a simple concept. The dual-motor AWD version has a range of over 482km.

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