Tesla Cybertruck revealed globally, here’s what’s on offer

Tesla Cybertruck revealed globally, here’s what’s on offer

KUALA LUMPUR: First announced way back in 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck has finally hit the roads in the US. The production version of the fully electric pick-up truck debuted at an event at Tesla's Gigafactory in Texas that was live-streamed on X yesterday. The first 10 units of the truck were also delivered to the owners.


  • How much does the Tesla Cybertruck cost?

    The Tesla Cybertruck comes in three variants - Rear-Wheel Drive, All-Wheel Drive, and Cyberbeast, priced between USD 60,990 (RM 285,585) and USD 99,990 (RM 468,202).
  • What is the range of the Tesla Cybertruck?

    The estimated driving range of the Tesla Cybertruck is 547 km with standard setup and 756 km with a range extender.
  • Variants and price

    The Tesla Cybertruck comes in three variants - 

    • Base Rear-Wheel Drive, priced at USD 60,990 (RM 285,585)
    • All-Wheel Drive, priced at USD 79,990 (RM 374,552)
    • Cyberbeast, priced at USD 99,990 (RM 468,202)

    Tesla Cybertruck

    Powertrain, range, and charging

    The rear-wheel drive comes with a single motor that enables the electric truck to run from zero to 96 kmph in 6.5 seconds and hit the top speed of 180 kmph. It offers a driving range of 402 km. Make note that the base-spec model will arrive in 2025.

    The All-Wheel Drive model, on the other hand, is equipped with dual motors producing 608 PS of power and 10,080 Nm of peak torque. It accelerates from zero to 96 kmph in 4.1 seconds and clocks a top speed of 180 kmph. The estimated driving range is 547 km with a standard setup and 756 km with a range extender. 

    Tesla Cybertruck

    The top-spec Tesla Cyberbeast has three electric motors at heart tuned to generate a whopping output of 857 PS and 13,959 Nm. With that much grunt, the EV attains the century sprint in just 2.6 seconds on its way to a top speed of 209 kmph. It runs for 515 km on a single charge and can go up to 708 km with a range extender.

    Tesla has not revealed the battery pack size, however confirms that it features 800V electrical infrastructure for even faster charging speeds of up to 250kW. The latter will be good enough to offer 218 km of range in mere 15 minutes.

    Tesla Cybertruck

    Dimensions & Capacities 


    5,682 mm


    2,413 mm (with the side mirrors extended)


    1,790 mm


    3,810 mm

    Cargo bed

    1,829 mm x 1,219 mm

    Cargo capacity 

    1,897 litres 

    Ground clearance

    305 mm (normal mode)

    443 mm (extract mode) 



    Payload capacity

    1,134 kg

    Towing capacity

    3,402 kg

    4,990 kg (All-Wheel Drive & Cyberbeast)

    Tesla Cybertruck


    The truck looks pretty much similar to its prototype presented nearly four years ago. It features a smooth surface design with LED lighting strips front and rear. The external panels of the truck, referred to as the "exoskeleton," consist of ultra-hard stainless steel. According to the company, this material minimises dents, long-term corrosion, and damage, and it is also bulletproof.

    The car packs independent adaptive air suspension at each corner, promising a comfortable ride quality. Also part of the kit is a four-wheel steering for improved manoeuvrability.

    Tesla Cybertruck


    The new Tesla electric truck has minimalist interiors, highlighted by the ambient lighting all around. On the front, we can notice a square steering wheel and a massive 18.5-inch touchscreen infotainment unit. There is also a 9.4-inch touchscreen unit for rear passengers, which is incorporated into the back of the centre console tunnel. Other key features include wireless charging, 65W USB-C ports, 120V/240V power outlets, and a built-in HEPA filter.

    Tesla Cybertruck

    As for safety, the new Cybertruck comes kitted with Tesla's Full Self-Driving suite.

    Tesla Cybertruck


    Tesla offers a diverse array of accessories with the EV, including a deployable bed tent, paint film, all-wheel floor mats, carpet interior mats, a spare tyre, a bottle opener, storage bins, a sunshade for the glass roof, bumper protectors, a light bar, a tailgate ramp, a tool kit, cargo dividers, hooks, a wheel cover, and more.

    The next batch of the Tesla Cybertruck deliveries will begin next year.

    Also read: Tesla Malaysia begins Model 3 deliveries; launches Premium Connectivity service

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