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Multiple Cybertrucks Seen "Cutting Corners" in Road Testing at Giga Texas, Preparing For Launch in Two Weeks

There's a video of two Cybertrucks doing road testing here, and they are "cutting corners" in their road testing as Tesla prepares for its launch in two weeks.


Cybertruck Testing "Cutting Corners" at Giga Texas

Two Tesla Cybertrucks were captured on video at Giga Texas this morning and Tesla is clearly doing more Cybertruck testing and most likely won't stop until the delivery event in two weeks (November 30th).

In this video, the two Cybertrucks can be seen cutting corners, which I thought was very funny because the Cybertruck is built with no rounded edges - it's all corners everywhere on the Cybertruck.

One thing I like about Tesla is that they work with SpaceX. The Cybertruck will be able to haul a lot of weight. Recently, the Cybertruck was spotted hauling a SpaceX rocket booster!

If I had to take a guess at the number of Cybertrucks that Giga Texas has produced at this point, I'd say it's around 50. I think Tesla has been very thorough in their testing and the Cybertrucks in this video turn the corners, albeit cutting them, very smoothly and quickly.

Tesla will do testing in the extreme heat as well as the snow in order to ensure that the Cybertruck handles in all conditions. I'm looking forward to seeing how the Cybertruck handles in the snow.

In fact, Tesla already tests their vehicles in the harshest of environments.

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Will Tesla Be Ready in Two Weeks?

The biggest question on my mind is that Tesla has about two weeks to get ready for their delivery event at Giga Texas. This is going to be the most anticipated delivery event that Tesla has ever done because the Cybertruck is unlike any other vehicle Tesla has produced. It's alien technology for a post apocalyptic era.

Tesla has been very hush, hush about the range and performance specs of the Cybertruck. Elon Musk did give away the weight of it and there was also recent information leaked showing towing information about two and three motor variants.

I've guessed around 350 to 450 miles of range for the Cybertruck, depending on the variant, with a price around $60,000 to $79,000. If Tesla can keep the high-end version of the Cybertruck under $80,000, it will qualify for the U.S. tax credit, which will help it sell.

Because this car is so new and contains so much additional technology, there is a chance that the first Cybertrucks have some issues. However, Tesla has done new launches for FOUR other vehicles so far, so they've learned a thing or two about how to launch a vehicle.

Still, don't be surprised to hear that there are some minor issues or panel gaps in the Cybertruck when it is released. I'm sure that Tesla will smooth these out quickly as deliveries happen, and they reach volume production.

In Other Tesla News: Smooth and up close view of Cybertruck turning all 4 wheels at once.

What do you think about this latest video from the Cybertruck and it cutting corners? Is Tesla ready to launch this in two weeks?

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Hi! My name is Jeremy Johnson, and I am a Tesla investor and supporter. I first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, I've become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla I can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies like Aptera. I cover Tesla and EV developments at Torque News. You can follow me on X.COM or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow my Tesla news coverage. Image Credit, Brad Sloan, Screenshot


hueyhoolihan (not verified)    November 14, 2023 - 9:50AM

choice of words ("cutting corners") meant to imply that tesla was manufacturing potentially defective products. such a transparent attempt to trash tesla is almost comical. ha