What should we expect when it comes to potential pricing and specs?
The all-electric Tesla Pickup Truck (Cybertruck) will make its highly anticipated and long-awaited debut next week. It's hard to even realize that November 21st is just around the corner. In only a matter of days, we'll all have a better idea of how this Tesla truck will look, as well as what it will have to offer.
Many of us have made plenty of speculation about the upcoming Tesla truck, and InsideEVs has shared a multitude of renders. Depending on who you ask, some were good and some were bad. Moreover, while many people continue to assert that we shouldn't even be sharing any of these renders in the first place, others greatly appreciate them.
Several mainstream media outlets, social media shares, YouTubers, and automotive websites have taken to speculating on the upcoming Tesla truck, which is to be expected. However, in reality, no one — aside from Tesla, Elon Musk, Franz von Holzhausen, and their team — has even a clue about what to expect. The automaker has done a terrific job keeping the secret.
With all that said, we really appreciate Matt Ferrell's YouTube coverage, and it's clear that many others do as well since he has a lofty 95,000 subscribers. The fact that he's not a dedicated Tesla fan and YouTuber makes his shares even more compelling. Nonetheless, he clearly owns a Tesla and has made a personal choice to shift his channel to covering Tesla extensively as of late.
Check out his predictions and then leave us a comment down below.
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Tesla Pickup Truck - predictions and the competition
With the Tesla Pickup Truck announcement getting closer, let's take a look at the possible specs, looks, and price. And how will it compare to the other EV trucks coming to market, like the Rivian R1T, Bollinger B1 and B2, and the Ford F150 electric truck?