If you believe Tesla, it’s really super duper close to being ready to begin production of the Cybertruck. Assuming the company actually manages to start building Cybertrucks before the end of the year, it sounds like the only version it will be making is a $100,000 version that has some people canceling their reservations. And with something like five missed production deadlines since it was first announced, you might even say Tesla dug its own grave with the Cybertruck. Whenever deliveries actually begin, though, you might not want to take your shiny new toy to the off-road park.
Since it’s supposed to be a truck, you’d think the Cybertruck would be pretty capable off-road, but based on some videos posted on Twitter and found by CarBuzz, that may not be the case. The videos posted by Twitter user Dima Zeniuk reportedly show a couple of Cybertruck prototypes testing in California at Hollister Hills off-road park. And let’s just say the terrain they’re navigating isn’t the most hardcore thing we’ve ever seen.
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