Tesla advances in the construction of the Cybertruck, and for this, it will assemble the batteries in the Fremont factory
Tesla has promised to surprise the world through the Cybertruck electric van, a vehicle that attracted powerful attention from the first moment it was presented to the public.
A few years ago, Elon Musk revealed one of his most daring creations and that would undoubtedly come to position himself strongly in the automotive market. However, various reasons delayed the manufacturing process.
Years passed and Tesla Cybertruck has not come out yet. Faced with this reality, the CEO of the American company expects the automotive sector to arrive in 2023, and for this, he has put his hands to work in every way.
Precisely, it has been known that the batteries of the electrified truck will be built in the Fremont factory, as revealed by the Teslarati media. In this way, the Cybertruck will be assembled at the Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, while the battery cells will be created in Fremont.
Tesla Cybertruck: one of the most anticipated vehicles
The Tesla Cybertruck van has more than one million orders in total reservations, since since it was announced it has convinced consumers thanks to the innovative features it presents.
Whether physically, mechanically, or even cosmetically, the vehicle has been booked by companies, individuals, and even police departments.
Precisely, among its specifications stands out the fact of being able to cover more than 250, 300 and 500 miles of range, respectively, have a load capacity of 3,500 pounds, tow from 7,500 to 14,000 pounds, 250 kW battery, 100 cubic feet of storage exterior and off-road capabilities with 35-degree approach angle, up to 16-inch clearance and 28-degree departure angle.
Finally, it only remains to wait a little longer to see it on the market, fully operational, and above all, obtain feedback from its respective clients in relation to the fulfillment of everything it offers in advance.
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life’s biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.