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.”