Tesla is 'highly likely' going to make a smaller Cybertruck for Europe
Would this sell well?
With the recent release of the Tesla Cybertruck for the, let's face it, mostly American market, it was only a matter if time before Tesla announced a smaller version of the Cybertruck for its European customers. Elon Musk suggests this in a tweet.
Someone tweeted Elon Musk asking whether we would ever see a smaller version of the Cybertruck for smaller European roads and his reply was: 'Highly likely down the road'.
Now, this is great for many reasons but it also begs some questions. Will this actually sell over in Europe? With tightening CO2 emissions, it would make sense but does anyone here need a pickup truck? I mean, we aren't exactly living in Texas. I don't know, but it could be a pretty cool thing to have down the line.
Another thing is, we don't actually know how big the 'current' Cybertuck is. Elon claims it is small but it looks far bigger than an F-150 when next to one in photos. It is also a far differently designed car so it is hard for us to gauge. But either way, it will fit in America just fine.
I think the only way for it to be viable over here is for it to be no bigger than a Ford Ranger, have at least 350 to 400 mile range and be priced right, then it would be epic.