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The Tesla Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck ($39,990 — $76,900 ) offers the utility of a pickup with the speed of a sports car. It has an angular, cold-rolled stainless steel exoskeleton and ultra-strong “armor glass” that keeps occupants safe while protecting against dents, damage, and corrosion. Payload capacity is up to 3,500 pounds, it can tow up to 14,000 pounds, and it has 100 cubic feet of exterior lockable storage for gear. Three models are available: Single Motor RWD with 250 miles of range, Dual Motor AWD with 300 miles of range, and Tri-Motor AWD, with 500 miles of range and a 0-60 time under three seconds. 

Production is set to begin in late 2021, alongside the “one more thing”: an all-wheel-drive ATV designed to fit perfectly in the bed. If you are considering upgrading to a Tesla you’ll most likely need to get rid of your old car. If that’s the case you can use a local company to sell your car rather than going through the trouble of selling it on your own. It’ll save a lot of time haggling with strangers.

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Elon Musk Unveils the New Tesla Second-Generation Roadster Sport Car

Last night, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the company’s second-generation of their Roadster sports car, which Musk said will be “the fastest production car” made. The roadster is capable of going from 0 to 60 MPH in 1.9 seconds, reach speeds of up to 250 MPH, and rock a range of 620 miles.

Tesla states that the vehicle has a 200kWh battery pack and a 620-mile range per charge, or over 1,000 kilometers. The car has three motors (one in the front and two in the rear), all-wheel drive, and torque steering.

The base model of the Roadster will begin at $200,000, and if you want a Founder’s Series vehicle, you’ll have to shell out $250,000. A reservation will set you back $50,000 for the base model.

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Tesla Launches Model X

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Revealed during a fan-filled event at its Fremont, California factory on Tuesday night, the new Tesla Model X packs some pretty impressive specs.

Tesla founder and CEO, Elon Musk, outlined some of its innovative features during the event today, including, of course, its signature ‘Falcon Wings’ doors that are mounted on two joints and come with built-in ultrasonic sensors to detect nearby objects. Musk even parked an Audi Q7 and a Honda Odyssey closely next to the Model X to demonstrate how the doors open in tight spaces and how they easily allow passengers to get in and out of the car.

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Even the driver’s front door has a nifty feature, as it can open and close automatically when you approach it.

The air-conditioning system  has a “Bio-weapon Defense” mode that stops bacteria and viruses from entering the interior, or the panoramic windshield that curves into the roof?

The vehicle can transport up to seven passengers in three rows of seats, has a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds or 2,268 kg. and is able to hit 60mph (96km/h) in as low as 3.2 seconds!

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Other notable features include an air-suspension with five settings providing up to nine inches or 230mm of ride height, an available hitch capable of carrying up to four bikes or six sets of skis that can be hooked up in a matter of seconds, an Autopilot self-parking system, two flat-folding third row seats, and “independently operable, 3-adult second row seats”.

The vehicle is expected to retail in the $130,000 range and go 250 miles on a charge.

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