CFunky facilities on Tesla’s Cybertruck
With a bulletproof physique and 500-mile battery-powered range, Tesla’s electric pickup isn’t like each other truck.
Apparently, it isn’t brung.
Ford executive Sunny Madra tweeted a plea to Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Monday for a rematch of a tug-of-war Tesla conducted between a electric Cybertruck and an F-150 that has been criticized by many, including Neil deGrasse Tyson, for being foul matched, to that Elon Musk replied: “Bring it on”.
However, when asked if Tesla had reached out to Ford to set adult a competition, a Ford mouthpiece pronounced “Sunny’s twitter was tongue in impertinence to indicate out a stupidity of Tesla’s video, zero more.”
“With America’s best-selling lorry for 42 years, we’ve always focused on portion a lorry business regardless of what others contend or do. We demeanour brazen to a all-new F-150 hybrid entrance subsequent year and all-electric F-150 in a few years,” she added.
Nevertheless, Musk concluded to do right by deGrasse Tyson’s idea that a heavier weight of a battery-powered Cybertruck gave it a traction advantage and that Musk should turn a personification margin and repeat a test.
“We all adore Torque. But high Torque only spins a tire in place if there’s not adequate weight to yield traction. Fully bucket a F150, giving top traction to a back wheels, afterwards try to drag that adult a hill. we differently agree: Load both to a max and a top torque wins,” deGrasse Tyson tweeted.
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Musk replied, “agreed, will be sparkling to see!” He also betrothed to webcast a do-over live, presumably as early as subsequent week.
Tesla has not responded to a ask for some-more sum on a eventuality from Fox News Autos.
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