2019 Tesla Model U Electric Pickup Truck
2019 Tesla Model U Electric Pickup Truck welcome to Tesla car USA designs and manufactures electric car, we hope our site can give you best experience. Judging by the 325,000-and-counting Preorders for the Tesla Model 3 and the related media frenzy, there is a lot of interest in the upper hand California car manufacturer.
The best known for its luxury sedan Model S, Tesla now has a piece of his toe ever-so-tangential to the world of trucks with the Model X crossover. While the styling and the proportions of the Model X are not so convincing and elegant Model S, we can not deny it, it is a huge machine, with more than 600 hp and a corresponding amount of immediately available electric torque. What has our attention multiple entries of Tesla CEO, who in recent years about his desire to eventually develops and sells a truck. Below are some of our guesses about what features will be on this future battery powered tug for the purposes of this feature, we will call the model U for “utility”. It also fits largely in Musk naming scheme.
Trucks are all about work, and no matter how high-tech they are, that will be their focus, and that was also our focus in coming up with some of the features and design of our Tesla Dream truck. However, just because it’s functional and practical doesn’t mean it can’t look good. And for this purpose we let the photos speak for themselves. Here are some of the most important features that we believe a Tesla truck could (and should) have.
2019 Tesla Model U Interior
If the Model S, X and 3 are all to go through, expect the inside of the Tesla truck to be slim and outwardly minimalist, but packed with handy and cool features. There will probably be a large touchscreen on the dashboard that controls almost all functions. The instrument display would be infinitely configurable to the taste of the driver, displaying everything from power consumption, estimated range, tilt and much more. As it does not accommodate a traditional frame, axle, drive shaft, and transfer case, we expect the bottom of the cabin to be lower for improved penetration and exit, and the comfort and space will be generous. Depending on how far along the technology and regulatory environment have come, a form of Tesla autopilot autonomous driving system will likely be deployed. Additional features specific to the truck that would be handy are car trailer connection and reversal; Range prediction based on route, topography, speed and climate; and estimated time of arrival. Of course, there will be a plethora of connectivity and entertainment options.
2019 Tesla Model U Engine
Everyone was thrilled when the Super Duty’s 6.7 L Power Stroke diesel was updated with 440 hp and 860 lb-ft of torque and the Ram 3500 got 900 lb-ft. Expect the top spec Tesla truck to easily have that much torque and an unsupported towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. It would be the fastest-acceleration factory Fullsize truck available. A 5-second flat unload 0-60 time is likely. Electric motors have proven that they can produce lumps of energy. However, they can also consume lumps of energy, especially under load. This brings us to our next feature.
2019 Tesla Model U Electric Pickup Truck
For the times when a little more range and performance are needed, a help battery can be secured on top of the bed floor, resulting in only a minimal amount of memory loss. This would add another 100 or so miles of range when towing, and could be removed and mounted on the owner’s garage wall for auxiliary home solar energy stores, or have their cargo rounded off by the owners home Solar system. Think of it as a kind of power wall lite. The truck will also have a solar roof and optional solar Tonneau panel for trickle charge when parked. Removing the battery and placing it in the bed would be a simple two-person job, with the battery sliding doors and locking on the model U’s bed floor rail system.
2019 Tesla Model U Price
Tesla is aware that the budget is going to blow up some of his models, and the truck will probably be no exception. However, if Tesla is really determined to take a piece of F-150 and Silverado sales, it knows his truck can’t start in the six numbers. However, expect fully loaded models to go for as much or more than a loaded Model S or X. We expect the starting price to be $60,000 to $70,000 for a simple crew cab all-wheel model. Tesla’s version of the King Ranch or Denali will probably be in the $100,000 to $150,000 range.