The Tesla Cybertruck electric car is observed to be conducting road tests in the area of the EV manufacturer's facilities in California, United States (US). It is known that this electric vehicle has several feature changes.
This can be seen from a video that has spread on social media, where the Tesla Cybertruck appears with a large windshield and giant wipers. This electric car also uses a rearview mirror, which was previously rumored not to be presented.
Previously, it was rumored that Tesla's electric pickup would not be made in 2022 due to the problem of the semiconductor chip crisis. However, the Cybertruck is expected to start production next year and reach production volume in 2023.
Previously, this Tesla electric pickup had been reported to have failed
“Initial production will be 4 motor variants, with very fast and independent response torque control at each wheel. Will have front and rear wheel steering, so not only like a tangka, this car can drive diagonally like a Crab,” said Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Musk also confirmed that Cybertruck will use flagship technology for the future. Tesla may be able to apply a steer-by-wire system to this electric pickup.
The Tesla Cybertruck is made of stainless steel which is used in the manufacture of rockets. This electric pickup car is capable of reaching almost 950 km on a single charge, and only takes three seconds to accelerate from 0-100 km / h.