The pickup truck has been a staple of the American automotive industry, with the Ford F150, a pickup, claiming the title of the world's best-selling car. Recognizing the market potential, Tesla decided to venture into this arena.
As the usage of pickup trucks evolved from utility to more leisurely and family-oriented activities, manufacturers began incorporating luxury features into their designs. They transformed from merely workhorses to versatile vehicles capable of hauling everything from camping gear to ATVs and trailers. Tesla seized this opportunity to introduce something even more impressive: the Cybertruck.
The Cybertruck's aesthetic was strikingly unconventional, with a silver exterior resembling a metallic plywood construction. The vehicle was crafted from stainless-steel sheet metal and outfitted with bulletproof windows, essentially making it an armored vehicle. Its angular profile, consisting entirely of flat lines and surfaces, bore a resemblance to the F-117 stealth fighter, devoid of any curves, save for the wheels.
The interior continued the theme of the exterior, featuring sharply angled seats and a dashboard. Read more
Understanding their customers' desire for customization, Tesla offered the Cybertruck with a range of power options, extending from rear-wheel to all-wheel drive.