A pair of Tesla Cybertruck Release Candidate (RC) prototypes were spotted off-road testing at Hollister Hills State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) in Northern California. These were apparently driven or transported from Giga Texas ahead of the first deliveries, which may begin as soon as October.
We know the Tesla Model S Plaid is fast, but with Track Pack engaged, it takes things to a whole new level. AutoTopNL took this vehicle to the Autobahn to find out just what it can do, as this mode was engineered to achieve the quickest lap time for a production electric vehicle at Germany’s Nürburgring, while enabling individual adjustability of stability control, handling balance as well as regenerative braking.
It’s not everyday that you come across a Tesla Cybertruck, or at least until the first deliveries, but this release candidate (RC) was spotted at a supercharger in Las Vegas. What you’ll notice first is the tow hitch and the unusual charge port position located next to the rear-left wheel.
Tesla China launched a Cybertruck-shaped cat litter box that just might be their strangest product yet. Priced at around $12.41 USD, it measures 56 cm x 41 cm x 25 cm and has a 44.6 cm x 19 cm x 2.5 cm scratch board within that is made from even thicker, moisture-proof corrugated cardboard.
Ever wonder how the Tesla Model 3 Performance, Model Y Performance, Model X Plaid, and Model S Plaid stack up against each other? If so, Mat Watson of CarWow also had the same thing on his mind. So, he pit all of the current Tesla models against each other in the ultimate non-Elon Musk sponsored drag racing showdown.