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Tesla's Cybertruck Spotted on Public Roads


The Cybertruck, Tesla's long-awaited all-electric pickup truck, has been seen on public roads for the first time since the American EV manufacturer updated its delivery timeline. A user of the Cybertruck Owners Club forum captured and uploaded the sighting, showcasing the vehicle's testing on public roads. Tesla has been focusing on testing and developing the Cybertruck, with a pilot production line already up and running. Recently, the company announced plans to hold a special handover event for the first customer-ready Cybertruck units towards the end of the third quarter of this year, with deliveries expected to take place in September.

Like many other carmakers, Tesla has had to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the global chip shortage, which have led to delays in the production of the Cybertruck. Despite this setback, the vehicle remains one of the most highly anticipated of recent years, thanks to its futuristic design and all-electric powertrain that have captured the imaginations of EV enthusiasts and casual observers alike.

The Cybertruck features a stainless steel exoskeleton, armored glass windows, and an angular, geometric body shape. Its powertrain is expected to offer impressive performance figures, with the highest-spec version capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in under 2.9 seconds and achieving a range of over 500 miles on a single charge.

As with every new vehicle, the Cybertruck has undergone rigorous testing and certification procedures, including public road testing. However, Tesla's recent update suggests that the vehicle is nearing the end of its development phase and is on track for production later this year.

The Cybertruck's unique design and all-electric powertrain have generated significant attention from both the media and the public, with pre-orders exceeding one million just days after the vehicle was unveiled in 2019. With production now on the horizon, the Cybertruck is set to become one of the most talked-about vehicles of the year.

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