Cybertruck Cyberbeast to go under the hammer on SBX Cars

  • The Cyberbeast is the highest-end version of the Cybertruck
  • As well as futuristic looks, the truck has three electric motors delivering 834 hp
  • A Foundation Series Cyberbeast, with only 95 miles (153 km) on the clock, is heading to auction over at SBX Cars – with no reserve

Published on Apr 25, 2024 at 6:52 PM (UTC+4)
by Adam Gray

Last updated on May 02, 2024 at 6:58 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Tom Wood

Cybertruck Cyberbeast to go under the hammer on SBX Cars

Durable and rugged enough to go anywhere, not to mention eyewateringly fast, the Cybertruck Cyberbeast really is in a league of its own.

That’s why demand is high and supply is low for the Cyberbeast, the highest-end version of the Cybertruck.

Later today, a 2024 Foundation Series Cyberbeast will be offered at auction with no reserve on SBX Cars.

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A pickup like no other, the Cybertruck Cyberbeast packs a punch – 834 hp to be precise, with three electric motors providing power.

When Car and Driver tested the truck’s acceleration, they found it went from 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) in just 2.6 seconds.

Easily the fastest truck they’ve ever tested, the Cybertruck Cyberbeast is also beyond the ability of anything below the supercar class.

And what they’re seeing is the best of what Tesla can do, sitting at the forefront of the electric car evolution.

Soon to cross the auction block on SBX Cars, this Cyberbeast’s primary features include a stainless steel exoskeleton, LED lighting front and rear, and an electric retractable tonneau cover.

That’s not all, though, as the truck’s also got a four-wheel steering system, 20-inch wheels with factory wheel covers, a panoramic glass roof, in addition to heated and ventilated front seats.

Oh, and it’s also got an 18.5-inch Infinity center touchscreen surrounded by an Alcantara dash, as well as a 9.4-inch rear touchscreen.

Being the ‘Beast’ spec, the buyer also gets extra equipment, but some features require patience.

The light bar that’s listed as standard, and is usually one of the first options asked about by potential buyers, doesn’t actually come installed.

Because not every state in the United States approves of them, the owner has to bring the truck to a Tesla service center to have the bar installed.

Fortunately, all Foundation Series Cyberbeast come with Full Self Driving software included.

As polarizing as these trucks can be, it’s impossible to deny the effect it has on passers-by.

But it’s also important to remember that Teslas, for all the opinions about them, are still made by the world leader in electric mobility – a sound platform with excellent technology, laid within the most startling exterior seen from a manufacturer in years.

Even as more Cybertrucks are made, one thing has become clear – the Cyberbeast isn’t going away, and it couldn’t hide from view if it tried.


Adam Gray

Adam Gray is an experienced motoring journalist and content creator based in the United Kingdom. Using his media accreditation with manufacturers’ press offices, Adam test drives the latest cars and attends new vehicle press launches, producing written reviews and news pieces for Before joining the Supercar Blondie team, Adam was Motoring Editor for Portfolio North magazine, North East Motoring Editor at Reach plc, and provided motoring content on a freelance basis to several lifestyle and business publications in the North of England. When he’s not behind the wheel of the latest car, Adam can be found at his local rink playing ice hockey or supporting his beloved Middlesbrough FC.