Tesla has been filmed putting the Cybertruck through suspension testing as the company gets closer to putting the electric truck into production.
The Cybertruck is expected to finally begin mass production this summer, with trucks being made available to customers between then and 2024.
Now, the latest stage of development has been captured with the Cybertruck being put through its paces at the company’s Fremont proving ground.
In the video, which has been posted to YouTube, we can see that the truck is being driven over rough and uneven terrain, seemingly to ensure that the suspension can handle it and the car isn’t unduly impacted.
Suspension testing is about comfort as well as safety. Nobody wants to drive in something that bounces them around, while the constant shock could also make it difficult to control the vehicle. The vibrations could also have a negative impact on the longevity of key components, too.
The Cybertruck is set to use air suspension to ensure that everyone inside is as comfortable as possible while also allowing the truck to be raised and lowered as required. “Raise and lower suspension four inches in either direction for easy access to Cybertruck or the vault, while self-leveling capabilities adapt to any occasion and assist with every job,” Tesla previously said.
With the Cybertruck edging nearer to release it’ll be very interesting to see how the vehicle is received once deliveries begin.
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