No vehicle has arguably created as much stir at its unveiling as the Tesla Cybertruck electric pickup. Expected to reach production in late 2021, Tesla’s electric pickup comes wrapped in polarizing wedge-shaped stainless steel bodywork, with an allegedly impenetrable exoskeleton and bulletproof glass, and a predicted 7,500-pound tow rating.

  Purchase Price Fully Loaded Range
Single Motor RWD


$46,990 250 Miles (est.)
Dual Motor AWD



300 Miles (est.)

Tri-Motor AWD



500 Miles (est.)

There will be three trim levels based on how many motors the Cybertruck has and if it’s rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive. The base price of the Single Motor RWD model will be $39,990, while the Dual Motor AWD model will start at $49,990, and the Tri-Motor AWD model will start at $69,900. Few other details are available, other than that, you guessed it, Autopilot is standard and adding “Full Self-Driving Capability” is an extra $7,000. Reservations are now being accepted for a modest refundable $100 deposit.