For all intents and purposes, the Tesla Cybertruck is a very large vehicle. The Cybertruck is a commanding presence on the road with its intimidating form and cool steel appearance. Then, it is quite a sight to see a big pickup truck driving so nimbly that it practically resembles a much smaller car.
Longtime drone Tesla Giga Texas observer Joe Tegtmeyer, who was fortunate enough to spy the all-electric pickup truck on a recent flyover of the complex, recorded the Cybertruck film. The Cybetruck pulled away from a Supercharger as seen in the video, then quickly moved over to the road before making a seamless U-turn.
It’s not unusual to see a big pickup truck make a U-turn, but the Tesla Cybertruck’s amazing turning radius was evident right away. The Cybertruck began the U-turn from the left lane and completed it in the approaching right lane, as seen in the video. Given that there were only two lanes on the local roads, the turn was completed in a single swift manoeuvre.
Drawing the Attention of EV Enthusiasts
The Tesla Cybertruck has an excellent turning radius for a number of obvious reasons. The car appeared to be employing its four-wheel steering system during the manoeuvre, for starters. The all-electric pickup truck also features a very short snout, which probably makes technical manoeuvres easier for the driver to execute, especially in confined spaces.
The Cybetruck’s remarkable turning radius has previously drawn the attention of internet electric car aficionados. On Elon Musk’s social media network X, a video of the Cybetruck employing its four-wheel steering system was posted in March. In response to the video, the Tesla CEO said that the Cybertruck might really turn better than a Model Y.
Given how much larger the Cybertruck is than the Model Y, Musk’s remark was met with some interest. The Tesla Cybertruck is anticipated to be roughly 231 inches long, whereas the Model Y has a length of 187 inches. It would be quite a feat if the Cybetruck could turn more effectively than the all-electric crossover.
Release of the Cybertruck?
According to Elon Musk, Cybertruck deliveries will begin around the end of Q3 2023, which indicates that a small number of people (presumably Tesla insiders) will be able to purchase a Cybertruck around the month of September.
During the delivery occasion, Tesla is also anticipated to reveal the Tesla Cybertruck’s complete set of specifications. Early production will start in the summer of 2023, according to Elon Musk, and full production will start in 2024. If everything goes as planned, a swarm of Cybertrucks will probably start to appear on the road in 2024.