Tesla Cybertruck, an electric pickup truck was unveiled by Elon Musk last week. Ahead of its availability next year, Musk has confirmed that the company has received over 2.5 lakh registrations for the electric pickup. Interestingly, one of the owners of this electric pickup will be Dubai Police. Dubai Police’s twitter handle posted a photo of Tesla Cybertruck in the official livery of the police force. The Cybertruck will join Dubai Police’s exquisite lineup of supercars. Also Read - Tesla gets 1.46 lakh orders for 'Cybertruck', reveals Elon Musk
The current fleet of supercars owned by Dubai Police include Bugatti Veyron, Aston Martin One-77, BMW i8, Ferrari LaFerrari, Lamborghini Aventador, and the Lykan HyperSport among others. With Cybertruck, Dubai Police will add a pickup truck, an electric one, to its fleet for the first time. The Cybertruck is a purpose-built pickup truck with off-road capability and maximum range of over 800 km. Tesla has announced the Cybertruck in three variants: a single motor RWD version with a range of over 402km. Also Read - Tesla Cybertruck launched with up to 804km range; coming in 2021
There is also a dual-motor AWD version that has a range of over 482km. The third variant is a top range tri-motor AWD version with a range of over 805km. The photo posted by Dubai Police on Twitter shows a modified version in official color of the police force. It will offer a maximum towing capacity of 6,350kg and a 0-100kmph sprint time of about 3 seconds. Since its reveal, the Cybertruck has become one of the most talked about automotive product in the recent times. It’s futuristic design is far from the usual design seen in the pickup truck segment. Also Read - Tesla Model S caught fire twice after fatal crash in Florida
While Cybertruck is a huge departure from Tesla Model S, Model X and Model 3 in terms of exterior design, the interior is proper Tesla. It has a 17-inch touchscreen that acts as the infotainment system and offers access to all in-car functions. Apart from seat for 6, there is a carbo bay that is 6.5 feet long and offers storage space of about 100 cubic feet. It has a ground clearance of 406mm and an approach and departure angle of 35 degrees and 28 degrees respectively.