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Beauty and the Cyberbeast

Tesla has done it again. The innovative company has come up with an all-electric super truck that travels up to 340 miles on a single charge.

2024 Tesla Cyberbeast

Tesla has done it again. The innovative company has come up with an all-electric super truck that travels up to 340 miles on a single charge. When in “beast” mode, it goes 0-60 mph in just 2.6 seconds but handles like a sports car thanks to steer-by-wire and rear steering. It’s versatile - you can haul a 2,500-pound payload or take it to a tailgate party. At first glance, it looks like an overgrown Transformer toy that James Bond and Mad Max designed together. So, what is this armored personnel carrier wannabe called? Say hello to the Cyberbeast.

Offered in three models: tri-motor all-wheel drive (AWD), dual-motor AWD, and rear-wheel drive (RWD) models, Tesla marketing touts their latest creation as a vehicle “built for any planet.” In late 2023, Tesla started taking orders for the Cyberbeast ranging in price from $61,000 to $100,000 - depending on power and amenities.  

Beastly Exterior

No question about it, the Cyberbeast is rugged, but sort of futuristically beautiful as well. It is a definite attention grabber, so be prepared for people to stare at your vehicle when stopped at a red light. Built from an ultra-hard stainless-steel exoskeleton, problems like dents, dings, and long-term corrosion are almost non-existent. And, if needed, repairs are simple and quick since there are no paint issues involved.

The truck is fully equipped with armored glass, including an all-glass roof, that can resist getting slammed by a baseball at 70 mph. In addition, the acoustically designed glass provides a quiet ride no matter what noises are going on around you.

Beastly Interior

 Like a gentle giant, the Beast may be rugged on the outside, but very much tame and relaxed inside. The spacious interior comfortably seats five adults immersed in a spacious, modern cabin. Advanced technology features include fast-charge capabilities for phones, laptops, or power tools from the front or back seat as well as in the bed area with wireless charging. In addition, the Cyberbeast comes with built-in hospital-grade HEPA cabin filters to help protect 99.97% of airborne particles.

Another example of creature comfort in this Beast is a large 18.5” infinity touchscreen in the front and a 9.4” touchscreen in the back. In addition, the sound system is out of this world - 15 speakers, including two dedicated subwoofers and distributed amplifiers.

Beastly Usability

As a rugged utility truck, the Cyberbeast can haul up to 2.5 tons of stuff, recreational or professional. The tough-as-nails 6’x4’ composite bed does not require a liner and is big enough for 4'x8’ construction materials. For security purposes, the Cyberbeast comes with 67 cubic feet of lockable storage. In addition, the truck easily tows 11,000 pounds – that’s equivalent to an African elephant or two and a half Mercedes Maybach 560s. 

For recreational purposes, the Cyberbeast is ready to accommodate your needs. With all-terrain tires, you are covered driving in and over any environment from mountains to the beach. For camping trips, the Cyberbeast can transform into an ultra-light tent. The optional attachment, shaped like a geodesic airframe, inflates in minutes without the need for any structural poles.

Whether camping or not, the Cyberbeast lights up your world with a front-end light bar that illuminates up to 525 yards - over five football fields long. In the event of a power outage, you will have no worries since you can connect to the Beast and provide up to 11.5 kW of power directly to your home.

As for the warranty, Tesla offers two options for peace of mind. The basic vehicle option - 4 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. For the battery and drive unit - 8 years or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first.

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