Tesla’s Electric Cybertruck will run 982 km on a single charge! 10 lakh vehicles have been reserved before the launch

Demand for electric vehicles is rapidly increasing worldwide. American company Tesla is at the forefront of this segment. Recently, the company launched its first electric Cybertruck in the global market. This electric pick-up truck is expected to be launched in the US market by the end of the year, but it is reported that 1 million units of bookings have already been registered before launch. Now that there has been a new revelation about its driving range, this is very surprising.

There is no doubt that the Tesla Cybertruck is one of the long-awaited models of this year. According to media reports, the company could begin delivering this electric vehicle next year. Recently, a document relating to this pick-up truck has been leaked, claiming a patent application, which gives the vehicle a driving range of about 610 miles, which means it can reach 982 km on a single charge.

Let us tell you that when the Tesla CyberTruck was first introduced, the truck offered 500 miles of range, which means it would offer a full charge of 804 kilometers. The leaked document shows that the new software for US car manufacturer Cybertruck has been patented for “context sensitive user interface for enhanced vehicle operation.”

Not only that, this picture of Cybertruck is viral on the internet, in which this pickup truck is shown in a pull-up mode with a 20,000-pound (over 9,000kg) trailer. That’s more than the company’s announced figures (10,000 pounds). From this picture it is seen that this pickup can come with some potential accessories like camper kitchen.

However, the company has not made any official announcement about this new driving range. It is based on the leaked description, so changes are possible. The Tesla Cybertruck will be offered with three powertrain options – single motor RWD (rear-wheel drive), dual motor AWD (all-wheel drive) and trim motor AWD.

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