Upcoming Tesla pick-up comes with “crazy torque” and 805km range

Despite being plagued by production delays and autopilot crash scandals, Elon Musk still managed to find time to talk about another upcoming product, the Tesla pick-up truck.

Posted via the CEO’s official Twitter account, Musk released a few preliminary details about the model – it would sport a dual-motor, all-wheel drive setup with “crazy torque”, and an all-electric range of between 644 and 805km, or “even more.”

Tesla’s first pick-up will also come with adjustable suspension that adapts to the weight of the payload, automated parking, 360-degree camera, sonar and power outlets that allow heavy duty, 240-volt, high power tools to be connected, essentially turning the truck into a generator.

Musk also Twitted that its driver’s seat will be “big enough to fit André

the Giant” and a strong roof that “exceeds NHTSA safety standards like the Model S.”

The Tesla boss did not state where the pick-up truck will fit in the pipeline, as the company is in the midst of preparing the Roadster, Model Y compact SUV and Semi truck.

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