Tesla’s long-awaited Cybertruck is lastly set to start deliveries subsequent month, and lots of are excited concerning the electrical truck’s potential for outside recreation add-ons.
On Saturday, Tesla’s Cybertruck was seen charging at a Supercharger with two massive cargo racks over the mattress cowl, as shared on X by Nic Cruz Patane. Patane noticed the Cybertruck at a V3 Supercharger station in San Ramon, California, seemingly situated at 21001 San Ramon Valey Blvd., as seen on Tesla’s Supercharger map.
The Cybertruck is plugged in and charging within the picture, and Patane mentioned in a separate Reddit thread that the particular person driving it didn’t know which battery cells it had, together with most solutions being “don’t know but.” Like many of the Cybertrucks noticed prior to now few months, the truck consists of Texas producer plates.
You possibly can see Patane’s submit concerning the truck on X beneath, that includes two pictures of the roof rack and the Cybertruck from a couple of totally different angles.
Cybertruck & Roof Racks pic.twitter.com/EIBt0GLBKa
— Nic Cruz Patane (@niccruzpatane) October 21, 2023
The information comes after Tesla introduced a date for its Cybertruck supply occasion throughout its earnings name final week. The supply occasion is about for November 30, 4 years after the automaker unveiled the Cybertruck in 2019.
In the course of the name, CEO Elon Musk additionally warned that the Cybertruck would take a yr to 18 months to “turn out to be a big constructive money circulation contributor,” confirming that over a million individuals had reserved the car.
Musk additionally mentioned that the Cybertruck “has a whole lot of bells and whistles,” and lots of have shared their very own third-party concepts for making the pickup a powerful leisure car and camping-mobile prior to now. Not too long ago, Cybertruck launch candidates had been seen testing raised suspension in Hollister Hills, California, and towing a big trailer.
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