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Cybertruck’s latest off-road display is pure adrenaline-pumping action

It tackles the steep and rocky hill climb with ease.
  • The Tesla Cybertruck is a formidable on- and off-roader
  • This footage shows Tesla employees putting it through its paces
  • It tackles a steep and rocky hill climb with ease

Published on Jan 4, 2024 at 6:25PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 8, 2024 at 2:56PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
Cybertruck's latest off-road display is pure adrenaline-pumping action

Since its drop in November 2023, the Tesla Cybertruck has proven to be a formidable off-roader.

And one YouTube video shows Tesla employees tackling a steep and rocky hill climb with ease on a desert terrain offering limited traction.

See the Cybertruck in off-road action in the vehicle below:

Without the 37-inch or larger tires needed for a true off-roader, its 35-inch wheels and tires are designed for both on- and off-road use.

It features 12. inches of air-suspension adjustment and 17.44 inches of ground clearance.

The truck’s approach angle of 35° and departure angle of 28° help it on steep climbs.

Its stainless steel body is a plus for off-roading, as it’s less likely to be punctured by branches, rocks or other obstacles.

According to the series posted by Antonio Torres, the Cybertruck was successful on two out of three attempts before three-wheeling down the hill as its suspension maxes out.

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