Inside, there's a fairly minimalist design that's dominated by an 18.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which can basically control all of the car's functions. Open the boot, and you get up to 2,830 litres of cargo space.
Currently, there are two options available for the Cybertruck. The 845bhp 'Cyberbeast' tri-motor version which has 320 miles of range and shoots from 0-60mph in 2.6 seconds, or the 600bhp all-wheel drive, dual-motor version, which has 340 miles of range and does 0-60mph in 4.1 seconds.
The Cyberbeast version can also tow up to 4,990kg, which is frankly ridiculous!
Finally, coming in 2025 is a rear-wheel drive version that provides 250 miles of range and does 0-60mph in 6.5 seconds.
On paper, the Cybertruck is one of the most practical cars on the market. It has loads of interior space and has capabilities no other car can match. But in reality, is it actually practical?
Dimensions for the Cybertruck come in at 5,681mm (length) X 2,413mm (width) X 1,790mm (height). This may be okay in America, but I can't see a car of that size being much use in the UK.