Cybertruck

Watch Elon Musk and Jay Leno drive the Cybertruck through a Boring Company tunnel

Jay Leno may be best known as the former host of the Tonight Show, but you probably also know that he’s got a serious thing for cars. Now his day job consists of the show Jay Leno’s Garage, and on the latest episode, he met with the one and only Elon Musk, Tesla and SpaceX CEO, and founder of the Boring Company.

Oh, and he drove a very popular vehicle with Musk riding shotgun: the Tesla Cybertruck. A high honor indeed, as the world clamors for every bit of detail on the electric pickup truck.

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Tesla Cybertruck won’t shrink for production, second smaller model could happen

Tesla’s Cybertruck will remain a massive thing.


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Months after the Tesla Cybertruck wowed the internet, the company’s CEO Elon Musk declared the electric pickup would likely end up being a little smaller for production. Musk often floated a figure of around 3% smaller. However, that doesn’t seem like the plan any longer.

On Saturday, Musk tweeted and said even a Cybertruck that’s 3% smaller will be too small after reviewing the design with Tesla’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen. Now, the plan is to keep the pickup “pretty much” the same size as the prototype. What’s good news

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Tulsa Mayor wants Tesla Cybertruck police vehicles, if company builds plant


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Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum has a simple proposition: If Tesla builds its future Cybertruck Gigafactory in the Oklahoma city, he wants Cybertruck police vehicles.

Mayor Bynum on Sunday tweeted a rendering of a Cybertruck decked out in a local police livery following reports his city is a finalist among Tesla’s choices. As in past renderings, the Cybertruck actually looks pretty boss as a police car. Mayor Bynum’s tweet added it would “only be right to buy local,” referring to purchasing the electric trucks if they’re built in the city.

The mayor did not speak to reports

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Tesla eyes Austin and Tulsa for Cybertruck production, report says

Made in Austin? Or Tulsa?


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Tesla has reportedly narrowed it down to two cities to build a new US Gigafactory for Cybertruck production, and they are Austin, Texas, and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The Associated Press reported on the finalists last Friday and cited sources close to the matter that could not be identified due to the project’s secrecy. The source said Tesla officials recently visited Tulsa to view two potential sites for the Gigafactory. Not only would the factory produce the highly anticipated Cybertruck, but it would provide a central production plant for the Model Y SUV.

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