Tesla Cybertruck Delivery Event Today – Watch The Live Stream

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Today marks a significant milestone for Tesla enthusiasts and automotive enthusiasts alike as the long-anticipated Tesla Cybertruck Delivery Event is set to unfold. The buzz surrounding this event is unparalleled, evoking a level of excitement that hasn’t been witnessed in the automotive world for quite some time.

After three years of rumors and speculations, the moment of truth is nearly here. The Tesla Cybertruck Delivery Event promises to reveal all there is to know about this controversial yet highly anticipated truck. Javier Verdura, Tesla’s product design director, has disclosed that only 10 units will be delivered at the event, which is a miniscule fraction compared to the estimated (though unconfirmed) two million preorders.

Despite its initial debut three years ago on November 21, 2019, at Tesla’s design studio in Los Angeles, the Cybertruck has managed to maintain an air of mystery and anticipation. This event isn’t a mere reveal; rather, it signifies the moment when the first production-ready Cybertrucks will be handed over to the early adopters eagerly waiting to experience Tesla’s groundbreaking creation.

To ensure that enthusiasts across the globe can witness this momentous occasion, Tesla has arranged a livestream on the social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter), which starts at 3 PM Eastern Time. The event is slated to take place at the Gigafactory Texas in Austin, where the Cybertruck will officially enter series production. While the overall design has been public knowledge, there’s a promise of unveiling intriguing details during today’s showcase.

One aspect that has undoubtedly evolved since the Cybertruck’s debut is its specifications. The ultra-angular electric workhorse boasts a towing capacity of up to 11,000 pounds and can carry 2,500 pounds on its composite bed. Beyond these confirmed details, much remains unknown about the inner workings of the truck, with expectations of single-, dual-, and tri-motor versions, and rumors circulating about a potential quad-motor flagship.

A critical piece of information still shrouded in secrecy is the battery size, with estimations placing the Standard Range model at 120 kWh and the Long Range version at 160 kWh. Weight, another key factor, remains uncertain, though Elon Musk hinted at a range between 6,000-7,000 pounds depending on the configuration.

The Cybertruck’s promised features add an extra layer of intrigue, ranging from “shatter-resistant” glass to a “bullet-resistant” body. Additional highlights include a front trunk, a power tonneau cover, and a massive windshield wiper, with the charging port seamlessly integrated into the cladding on the driver’s side rear fender.


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