Here’s What We Know About Tesla’s Future Models The Cybertruck, Roadster Supercar, and more
Tesla is currently working on a semi-truck, a cyberpunk pickup, and a supercar, Elon Musk also mentioned several other projects. These vehicle projects faced long delays, so there is no guarantee if we will be able to see them on the roads anytime soon.
The Semi truck idea was revealed by Tesla in 2017. The company planned to deliver the first trucks to Pepsi. The company claims that the semi-truck will be able to travel 500 miles on a full charge. It promises to recoup 70% of its range in 30 minutes when the ruck plugged into a fast-charger.
Tesla made a funky-looking Cybertruck pickup at an event in 2019. The cyber truck has bulletproofed windows. Cybertruck is supposed to enter production in 2023, its feature, specs, and price are unknown because Tesla removed all the details related to Cybertruck from its websites. Some onlookers couldn’t get over its weird design.
Tesla also started manufacturing a two-seater sportscar called the Roadster. Roadster’s $200,000 sportscar promises to hit 60mph in two seconds. Roadster can cover 620 miles on a full charge. Elon musk said it will have cold air thrusters that will boast acceleration and enable it to hover short distances. Tesla earlier said it would be on the road by 2020. However, now it’s targeting 2023.
In April, Musk said Tesla would eventually produce a “dedicated” self-driving taxi with “futuristic” looks. Later that month on an earnings call, he said that the Robotaxi will be built without a steering wheel or pedals and that it should go into production by 2024.
Tesla also revealed its Cyberquad ATV idea at the same time as the Cybertruck. According to Musk, the adult model will go on sale alongside the Cybertruck as an option.