Tesla Cyber Truck Review, price, and Specs, 2024

Introduction of Tesla Cyber truck

Tesla Cyber truck

When people who appreciated the minimalist design of the Tesla Model 3 catch sight of the Cybertruck’s stark interior, they’ll experience a familiar reaction. The Cybertruck can accommodate up to six passengers and boasts a cargo bed with a spacious 121 cubic feet of volume.

Adding to its utility, it features a clever slide-out tailgate that conveniently doubles as a ramp for loading ATVs and motorcycles. Despite its dramatically sloped roofline, the rear seat offers ample headroom, though taller passengers may still find it snug.

Tesla cyber truck interior

In our tests, we discovered that the front trunk (or “frunk”) can only accommodate one carry-on suitcase, but with the rear seats folded up, the interior can hold up to 22. A hidden storage compartment beneath the bed floor also provides room for an extra carry-on suitcase.

Engine Performance of Tesla Cyber Truck

The Cybertruck is set to come with three different powertrain options down the line. Initially, it will launch with dual- and tri-motor models that offer all-wheel drive. However, a single-motor model with rear-wheel drive will be added to the lineup for the 2025 model year. Currently, the Cybertruck Dual Motor boasts a combined 600 horsepower, while those seeking top-notch performance will be drawn to the Cybertruck Beast, which harnesses a trio of motors delivering a combined 834 horsepower.

All versions of the Cybertruck feature an adjustable air suspension, allowing for on-the-fly adjustments and providing up to 17 inches of ground clearance. Combined with its impressive 35-degree approach and 28-degree departure angles, the Tesla pickup has the potential to excel as an off-road vehicle.

On paved roads, the Cybertruck surprises with its agility. Testing the Founders Edition Beast model, drivers noted that its rear-wheel steering and variable ratio steer-by-wire system make maneuvering through urban environments easier than expected, surpassing the typical handling of a pickup truck.

Tesla Cyber Truck Battery Range

The Tesla Cybertruck Beast boasts a robust 123.0-kWh battery, likely shared with its Dual Motor counterpart. Tesla asserts that the Dual Motor version can add 136 miles in just 15 minutes when connected to a Supercharger, while the tri-motor model can add 128 miles within the same timeframe. However, in our testing, charging the Beast’s battery from 10 to 50 percent took approximately 50 minutes.

The driving range of this electric truck varies depending on the number of motors it’s equipped with. Tesla estimates that the Dual Motor version can travel 340 miles per charge, while the Cybertruck Beast can go 301 miles. These figures increase significantly to over 440 and 470 miles, respectively, with an optional range-extender battery pack that fits snugly inside the truck’s cargo bed. As for the upcoming RWD Cybertruck, it’s expected to offer an estimated range of 250 miles.

We conducted a test on a Beast model without the range extender battery, driving it along our 75-mph highway fuel economy route, and achieved a respectable 250-mile result.

Tesla cyber truck interior

Tesla cyber truck specification

Vehicle Type:
A powerful combination of front- and rear-motor, all-wheel-drive, with seating for up to 5 passengers in its 4-door pickup design.


  • Front Motor: Permanent-magnet synchronous AC, generating 276 hp and 320 lb-ft of torque
  • Rear Motor: Induction AC, producing 284 hp and an impressive 544 lb-ft of torque
  • Combined Power: 834 hp
  • Combined Torque: 740 lb-ft
  • Battery Pack: Liquid-cooled lithium-ion, boasting a capacity of 123.0 kWh
  • Onboard Charger: 11.5 kW
  • Peak DC Fast-Charge Rate: 250 kW
  • Transmissions: Direct-drive


  • Suspension: Control arms at both front and rear
  • Brakes: Front – 13.8-in vented disc, Rear – 14.0-in vented disc
  • Tires: Goodyear Wrangler Territory RT LT285/65R-20 123/120H M+S TO
Tesla Cyber truck


  • Wheelbase: 143.1 inches
  • Length: 223.7 inches
  • Width: 80.0 inches
  • Height: 68.5–76.6 inches
  • Passenger Volume, F/R: 62/57 cubic feet
  • Front Trunk Volume: 7 cubic feet
  • Underbed Storage Volume: 3 cubic feet
  • Curb Weight: 6901 pounds


  • 0-60 mph: 2.6 seconds
  • 0-100 mph: 6.9 seconds
  • 1/4-Mile: 11.0 seconds @ 119 mph
  • 130 mph: 14.5 seconds
    (Results above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec)
  • Top Gear, 30–50 mph: 1.5 seconds
  • Top Gear, 50–70 mph: 1.8 seconds
  • Top Speed (governor limited): 131 mph
  • Braking, 70–0 mph: 176 feet
  • Braking, 100–0 mph: 367 feet
  • Road holding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.75 g


  • 75-mph Highway Range: 250 miles
  • DC Fast-Charge Time, 10–90%: 50 minutes

Price of Tesla Cybertruck

  • Base Price: $101,985
  • As Tested: $121,985
  • Options: Foundation Series (Includes 20-inch Cyber wheels with 35-inch tires, White décor, off-road light bar, premium accessories, Powershare home backup, Powershare mobile adapter, universal wall connector, Full Self-Driving capability, lifetime premium connectivity) – $20,000
Tesla Cyber truck

Competitor of Tesla Cybertruck

“We’ve selected the Cyberbeast for this comparison and have matched it against its main competitors in the rapidly growing $100k electric truck category. These rivals include the top-of-the-line models of the Chevy Silverado, Ford F-150 Lightning, GMC Hummer, and Rivian R1T.”

My opinion about Cyber Truck Can you buy it

In my opinion, tesla targets on those people who can go offroading, and advanture.

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