Surely Tesla’s launch of its all Electric Cybertruck didn’t go as planned – as its glass shattered during a live durability test – but that didn’t stop it from winning orders. After all, it’s electric, and hence the future.
Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, has earlier hinted that the company has already received 250,000 Cybertruck orders so far. And now, adding to these numbers is Dubai Police that has announced that the Cybertruck will be joining its police car fleet in 2020.
Dubai Police took on Twitter to post a modified photo of the electric pickup truck with the official livery of the police force.
Post the addition, Cybertruck will become the first Tesla car to join the Dubai Police car luxurious car fleet.
Currently, Dubai Police is behind the steering wheel of cars including Bugatti Veyron, Aston Martin One-77, BMW i8, Ferrari LaFerrari, Lamborghini Aventador, and the Lykan HyperSport among many others.
The all-electric powered Cyber truck is a purpose-built pickup truck unveiled in 2 variants. These include a single motor RWD version, which offers a range of over 402 km, a dual-motor AWD version that can go 482+ km in one charge and a top-spec tri-motor AWD version with a range of over 805 km.
The truck can go from 0-100km in 3 seconds and a towing capacity of 6,350 kg. The Cybertruck is made of ultra-hard cold-rolled stainless steel and homes a slick design.
On the inside, the Cyber truck has a 17-inch touchscreen tablet and a storage capacity of about 100 cubic feet.