Tesla Cybertruck Specs Finally Appear Thanks To A New Leak
Tesla’s Cybertruck is set to begin arriving with buyers as soon as later this month if you believe what we’ve been told to date, but we’re still sadly lacking in terms of cold, hard facts about what the truck will have to offer and how much it will actually cost.
But a new YouTube video appears to have outed some of the specifications at least, including the full dimensions of the vehicle itself.
That video was posted by TFLEV and shows what are said to be leaked specs that were shared by an unnamed Tesla insider. There are a couple of photos included in the video that was seen by Electrek, with the specs showing that the EV will be around the same size as full-size trucks that are available on the road today.
At 18.6 feet, or 223 inches long, this is significantly shorter than many trucks on the road. The full-size Ram 1500 and F-150 Lightning are around 230 inches long. The mid-size Toyota Tacoma base model is shorter, but with the 6-foot bed configuration, it’s slightly longer at 225 inches. The Rivian R1T with its small bed is 217 inches long, but that’s more of an “adventure truck” and benefits from more nimbleness. This all matches with TFLEV’s analysis of the Cybertruck as being somewhere between mid and full-size.
Other notable specs include a tow rating of 11,000lbs and a 143-inch wheelbase. The trunk has a volume of 7.1 cubic feet, and we now also know that there are no power outlets in the front. There’s one in the rear, however.
You can check the video out to get a full rundown of the specs, but now we only need to know one thing — how much will people have to pay to get into a Cybertruck?