Tesla electric pick-up lorry exhibit has a neat Blade Runner tie-in


Tesla CEO Elon Musk will betray a subsequent further to a company’s electric automobile choice after this month – a long-awaited pick-up truck.

Musk says a ‘Cybertruck’, believed to be in a same capillary as a iconic Ford F-150, will be showcased on Nov 21 in Los Angeles, nearby sister association SpaceX’s rocket factory.

Musk has formerly pronounced a thought is to “meet or surpass an F-150. If a F-150 can do it afterwards a Tesla lorry should be means to do it.” It won’t be a CO duplicate in terms of pattern with Musk earnest a cyberpunk character design, suggestive to what we competence see in a science-fiction film.

We’re unequivocally looking brazen to saying what a association has to offer in this category, that could be truly transformational, over what a organisation has been means to grasp with a sedans and SUVs.

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An electric car as an choice to trucks primarily regulating on diesel would be a outrageous deal, generally if it were means to pattern a same towing ability as a F-150. The classical lorry is means to lift a whopping 13,200lbs and can hoop a cargo of adult to 3,230lbs.

The 3.5L EcoBoost Twin-Turbocharged V6 chronicle of a F-150 also offers 375HP and 470lb-ft of torque, so there’s copiousness for a as-yet-unnamed Cybertruck to live adult to, if Tesla has designs on emulating a many renouned lorry on a market.

As with all Musk does, a date comparison for a exhibit isn’t random. In a follow-up tweet, he referenced a opening to strange Blade Runner movie, that is set in Nov 2019.

As good as a pick-up truck, Tesla is also operative on a full-on almost truck, that could eventually renovate a haulage industry. And, we know, put truckers out of work interjection to a self-driving capabilities.


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