Is the Tesla Pickup Truck Out Yet?

Tesla recently announced that it will be producing an all-electric pickup truck. Tesla has promised to create a revolutionary design and performance that far exceeds any other pickup truck on the market.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk described the upcoming electric pickup as being a “cyberpunk-inspired” vehicle. With a sleek design and high performance capabilities, it is no wonder why people are getting excited about the Tesla Pickup Truck.

Tesla has not yet released many details about their upcoming electric pickup. What is known is that the truck will have an aluminum body, four-wheel drive capability, and a range of between 400 and 500 miles per charge.

It is also expected to be equipped with some of Tesla’s Autopilot features, such as lane keeping and adaptive cruise control. The company has also stated that it will offer a “BioWeapon Defense Mode” that can filter out pollutants from the air inside the cabin.

The company has also stated that they are aiming for a starting price of $49,000 for their electric pickup truck. This is significantly lower than other pickups on the market, which typically start at around $50,000 or higher. This could make the Tesla Pickup Truck an affordable option for those looking to buy an electric vehicle.

At this time, there is no official release date for the Tesla Pickup Truck. However, it has been speculated that it could be released as early as late 2020 or early 2021. Tesla has not commented on this speculation yet but they have said they are working hard to get the truck ready for production.


The Tesla Pickup Truck is not out yet but there have been rumors of its release coming soon. The company has provided some details about its design and capabilities but an official release date still remains unknown. It will offer an affordable price point compared to other trucks on the market and looks to bring revolutionary performance capabilities when it does arrive in showrooms.

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Karen Watkins