All eyes are on the Tesla pickup as it is set to change the pickup landscape once it makes its debut in November this year.

The Tesla pickup is going to be more than just an addition to the growing utility vehicle market - it is set to change the way we view pickups altogether. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been hinting on surprising new changes via its new truck - not only will it have the functionality of classic models like the Ford F-150, but it will also look so different and futuristic that it will set owners apart from the rest of the motoring public.

Musk earlier shared that the pickup is “the coolest car I’ve ever seen.” It will also be science-fiction inspired, with Musk himself saying that it is “cyberpunk” and would definitely fit in movies like “Blade Runner.”

“It’s gonna be like a really futuristic-like cyberpunk, “Blade Runner” pickup truck. It’s gonna be awesome, it’s gonna be amazing. This will be heart-stopping. It stops my heart. It’s like, oh, it’s great,” Musk said during an interview for Recode.

Musk’s upcoming Tesla pickup, which some are now referring to as the Model B, has been making headlines for the past few months simply because there’s a big mystery surrounding it. In fact, no other people (apart from Tesla staff) have actually seen it.

Now the enigmatic CEO also revealed that the new Tesla pickup is going to be more futuristic and “cyberpunk” than the amazing concept designs that tried to capture Musk’s crazy/groundbreaking vision.

But more than what it can actually look like, Tesla fans and analysts have big hopes for the Tesla pickup because of its powerful features. The new utility vehicle is now seen as the biggest competitor of “ICE” trucks or pickups that run on the Internal Combustion Engine.

Per a report, for quite some time now, Tesla vehicles have been the subject of ridicule among ICE truck owners, highlighting the fact that in terms of performance nothing can beat fossil fuel-run vehicles in terms of speed and power.

However, with the new Tesla pickup, this might very well change. Tesla is expected to showcase a powerful 300,000-pound towing capacity and 500-mile range on a full charge. In short, the pickup will be powerful enough not only to bring passengers from one point to another but that it will have enough juice to power-up tools when needed.

As such, the Tesla pickup is set to become the fastest and most powerful pickup in the market once it launches before the year ends.

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