How Much Will the Tesla Pickup Truck Cost?

Tesla first revealed its plans for a pickup truck in November 2019, and the electric carmaker has since been teasing images and specs for the upcoming vehicle. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has made it clear that the Pickup Truck will be a “truck for the future”, emphasizing its capabilities as an off-roader with an impressive range, towing capacity, and payload.

The Tesla Pickup Truck is expected to have a range of up to 500 miles, capable of handling up to 3,500 pounds of payload, and possessing a towing capacity of 14,000 pounds. This impressive range and capacity make it one of the most capable pickups on the market. Musk has also mentioned that the vehicle will look like an “armored personnel carrier from the future”.

In terms of performance, the Tesla Pickup Truck is expected to be incredibly powerful. Musk revealed that it could accelerate from 0-60 mph in just two seconds with dual motors and four-wheel drive. The vehicle will also feature adjustable air suspension that can be adjusted according to road conditions and terrain.

Tesla has yet to reveal any pricing information for their upcoming pickup truck. However, based on what we know about their other vehicles such as the Model S and Model X SUV’s which cost between $75,000 – $150,000 USD respectively, we can expect the Tesla Pickup truck to cost anywhere between those prices.

The Tesla Pickup Truck is sure to be an incredibly capable vehicle with incredible performance capabilities that will appeal to both off-roaders and everyday commuters alike. With its superior range, payload capacity and power output at a price point similar to other luxury cars on the market today, this is sure to be an exciting addition to Tesla’s lineup of vehicles when it hits dealerships in 2021.

Conclusion: While official pricing information for the Tesla Pickup Truck is yet to be revealed by Tesla Motors themselves, it is expected that this highly capable off-roading machine will cost somewhere within their current lineup prices ranging from $75K – $150K USD when it hits dealerships in 2021.

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Karen Watkins