Tesla’s Electric Truck is Here

Tesla’s Electric Truck is Here

The former electric car company Tesla launches its biggest product of the year, an electric truck.

Earlier this month, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took the stage to present the company’s latest product, the Tesla Semi,

an all-electric heavy-duty truck.



Tesla Semi Electric truck
Tesla Semi Electric truck

The Tesla Semi is an all-electric battery-powered Class 8 semi-trailer truck prototype which was unveiled on November 16, 2017 and planned for production in 2019 by Tesla, Inc.

Tesla Semi intends to have the same cargo capacity as diesel trucks – meaning that it should weigh about the same as a diesel truck.



It uses the same Autopilot hardware suite developed for their passenger vehicles to enable Enhanced Autopilot features on Tesla Semi trucks.
Tesla Semi offers a 360-degree view all around the vehicle with cameras in order to eliminate blind spot.

The Marvelous Features OF Semi :-

  • Acceleration 0-60 mph with 80k lbs                                 20 sec
  • Speed up a 5% Grade                                                         65 mph
  • Mile Range                                                                          300 or 500 miles
  • Powertrain                                                                          4 Independent Motors on Rear Axles
  • Energy ConsumptionLess than                                          2 kWh / mile
  • Fuel Savings                                                                        $200,000+

Tesla’s Semi Electric truck is the safest, most comfortable Electric truck ever. Four independent motors provide maximum power and acceleration and require the lowest energy cost per mile.



Tesla Semi interior touchscreen
Tesla Semi interior touchscreen

The Safest Truck
Semi truck has Enhanced Autopilot helps avoid collisions, a centered driver position provides maximum visibility and control, and a low center of gravity offers rollover protection.

The Launching event 




Data Courtesy Tesla.com , Wikipedia.com

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