The Tesla Cybertruck has been making waves in the automotive industry since its announcement in 2019. With its futuristic design and Electric powertrain, the Cybertruck promises to be a game-changer in the pickup truck market. However, recent sightings of a prototype have raised questions about the vehicle’s range.
In a recent video, a Tesla Cybertruck prototype was spotted, providing a rare glimpse of the interior of the vehicle. However, it is speculated that some individuals had their delivery event invitations revoked not because of the interior, but because the video revealed the potential range of the Cybertruck.
The video briefly shows the center display of the Cybertruck, which indicates that the vehicle has 16 miles remaining in the current trip and expects to be at 65% state of charge by the time it reaches its destination. By extrapolating this data, experts estimate that the Cybertruck may have a range of approximately 267 miles at 100% state of charge.
It is important to note that this is not the official EPA range, which is expected to be significantly longer. The displayed range is calculated by the navigation system and takes into account various factors such as wind speed, elevation, and traffic conditions. Tesla has previously listed all the factors that affect predicted range in its navigation system.
Some reservation holders have expressed concern about the potential range of the Cybertruck, as Tesla has previously stated that the dual-motor version of the vehicle will have a range of over 300 miles. However, it is likely that the official EPA range will surpass this figure.
Fortunately, all the details about the Tesla Cybertruck, including its range, will be revealed at the upcoming Cybertruck delivery event on November 30. This highly anticipated event will provide potential buyers and enthusiasts with all the information they need to make an informed decision about the vehicle.
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