The Tesla Cybertruck will officially go into production in 2023, but the latest prototype does appear a bit rough around the edges. One example would be the door color not matching the rest of the body, but considering that most prototypes are camouflaged, this most likely isn’t a big deal.
On the bright side, Tesla also demonstrated the Cybertruck’s rear-wheel steering and it appears to be silky smooth. This would enable owners to perform tight turns and other maneuvers with high agility. Unfortunately, the pricing has yet to be confirmed, although we assume that it will still be quite reasonable compared to its competitors – Ford Lightning, Silverado EV, etc.
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