Tesla Cybertruck Reporting For Duty In 2021

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In November 2019 Elon Musk finally revealed his all-electric Cybertruck.  The vehicle shocked the world because of its unusual sci-fi design and unbelievable performance features.

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The car features a futuristic angular design and is equipped with a 30x cold-rolled steel body. 

The Cybertruck will also be available with an all-wheel-drive version with three electric motors.  Tests have shown that the car can reach 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and the tri-motor version will be able to tow an astonishing 14,000 pounds, making it a performance beast. 

Some organizations around the world, such as police, coast guard, taxi, and pizza delivery are already taking an interest in the Cybertruck and this shows us that the truck will actually have a role in public service duty operations.  Here are some new concepts and designs on how the vehicle will look on the road.

Police department

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As we can see in the mockup above, the NWPD’s mockup of the vehicle looks really sharp. The vehicle will be a six-seater, equipped with bulletproof glass and steel unibody construction with off-road capacity and specs going up to 500 miles of range.  Police departments in Kansas, Ciudad Valley, and Dubai have also taken a real interest in the vehicle, and so let’s hope the Cybertruck will be keeping us safe in 2021.

Roadside assistance

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What we can clearly see in the mockup above, is an AA company Cybertruck towing a Ford F-150. Amusingly, the Ford F-150 has been the most popular towing vehicle in the USA for years and is the Cybertruck’s main competitor. Tesla has also released a video where the Cybertuck is winning a tug of war against the F-150, however, buyers are still keen on the Ford.

Tesla claims that the tri-motor version will have a towing capacity of 14000 pounds, which is more than any towing vehicle on the market.  Cybertruck to the rescue!

Taxi

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The Cybertruck in the traditional taxi yellow looks pretty slick in action.  With high acceleration speed and monster towing capacity, the Cyber taxI will be one mean machine on the road. 

Coast guard 

Cybertruck HMCG theme

What can we say, the cyber coast guard looks absolutely amazing. All-wheel drive with three electric motors, great traction, and an additional jet ski will make the vehicle perfect for search and rescue missions.  Elon Musk has also stated that the vehicle will be available with additions such as solar wings for boosting range and locks to secure storage.

Pizza delivery

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Domino’s pizza mockup of the truck looks really cool. At first, it may seem too much for a pizza delivery vehicle, but in reality, the Cybetruck is fast, eco friendly and it can carry as much as want. Pizza delivered cold will be a thing of the past. 

Royal Mail

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It seems that the British Royal Mail is going aboard as well. Painted in the traditional Royal Mail red, the car looks fabulous in action.

Final word

The Tesla all-electric car may be the beginning of the all-electric car era.  We need to help our planet and reduce CO2 emissions, and all electric-cars are the perfect place to start.  Let’s hope the automotive industry will embrace this trend, and we start heading to a brighter future.

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