• A smaller Cybertruck could be on the way to the European market

    Date:5 August 2020 Author: Kyro Mitchell

    Ever since the Cybertruck was first unveiled in November 2019, the motoring world has been split down the middle as to whether they love it or hate it. Some have praised the vehicle’s unusual angular design, while others have complained that the vehicle is simply too big to operate on conventional roads, especially outside of the USA.

    Now, According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, it seems as though a new, smaller rendition of the vehicle could be on its way to the European market.

    Musk was recently asked on twitter if a smaller version of the Cybertruck would be making its way to Europe, which he responded with ‘Highly likely down the road’.

    Another user then pointed out the fact that “reducing width is more important than reducing length, at least when it comes to cities,” which Musk replied to with a simple “true.”

    These interactions suggest that a smaller, more narrow Cybertruck could be on the cards for the European market. However, ‘Down the road’ could mean its already in development, or it could mean that its still years away from becoming a reality, but it is reassuring to know that Tesla are considering it.

    The regular Cybertuck is scheduled to be made available for purchase at the end of 2021, with different configurations of the vehicle coming in 2022 if everything goes according to plan.

    Image: Twitter/@Whipdt



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