Tesla CEO Elon Musk introduced the Cybertruck design by placing the front and rear wheel steering.
In addition to normal turns, this vehicle can walk sideways like a crab. Launching his Twitter account, Elon Musk stated, the highly anticipated Tesla Cybertruck will come with a high-end four-motor variant.
“Initial production will be 4 motor variants, with very fast and independent response torque control at each wheel,” Musk said in a tweet. Musk explained, Cybertruck will have front and rear wheel steering that can not only turn like a tank but can also drive diagonally like a crab.
This Cybertruck will compete with pickup trucks such as Hummer EV GMC, F-150 Lightning Ford and R1T Rivian. Of all these, the R1T is driven by four individual motors driving all four wheels, and the Hummer GMC can be driven diagonally.
The Cybertruck was first announced in 2019, made of stainless steel used in rockets. Musk claims to have received hundreds of thousands of orders for the Cybertruck reservation opened. Unfortunately, Cybertruck development continues to experience delays. But production is currently expected to start next year and reach production volumes by 2023.
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