Tesla shares video of Cybertruck climbing extremely difficult hazardous route on stock tires

It makes it look easy.
  • Tesla has released footage of the Cybertruck tackling Hell’s Gate on the Hell’s Revenge trail in Moab, Utah
  • The tri motor Cybertruck crawls up the steep embankment up with relative ease
  • What’s more impressive, though – it’s on stock tires

Published on Mar 7, 2024 at 3:09PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 7, 2024 at 9:35PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis

A video has emerged overnight of the Cybertruck crawling up Hell’s Gate on the Hell’s Revenge trail in Moab, Utah.

‘It’s an off-roader, isn’t that what it’s meant to do?’ – you’re probably thinking.

And whilst that’s a valid point, how the Cybertruck does it with such ease whilst on stock tires will leave you surprised.

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The video, posted to Tesla’s official YouTube channel, was only uploaded hours ago, yet it’s already amassed more than 85,000 views (at the time of writing).

What’s more, it’s garnered more than 7,000 likes and has attracted over 700 comments.

And it’s clear to see from the comments that it’s not just us who are impressed by what we see.

“This is all the advertising Tesla ever needs to do,” one user wrote.

“The last shot at the end is so impressive. So quiet and it’s crawling effortlessly,” another commented.

“Kudos to the driver!! This is so impressive,” a third posted.

“Now THAT is a TRUCK,” a fourth said.

We wholeheartedly agree with each of those comments and more.

The Hell’s Revenge trail, which is approximately 6.5 miles (10.5 kilometers) in length, isn’t for the fainthearted.

Due to the hazardous terrain, it should only be tackled by the most experienced drivers.

All things considered, the fact the Cybertruck is able to do it with such ease is staggering.

It’s important to remember that it’s not designed to be a rock crawler as it has a long wheelbase.

And to do it on stock tires is another feather in the Cybertruck’s cap.

We’ve already seen the Cybertruck demonstrate real pulling power on a pickup truck in snow.

Not to mention several examples of just how robust it is, like bullets being fired at it.

If all these things combined don’t tempt you into buying one, we don’t know what will.

Fingers crossed Tesla can continue to ramp up production in order to meet demand.

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