This is the copy of the Tesla Cybertruck presented at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

It’s called Aitekx RoboTruck 1T, it’s 100% electric and its price is estimated at 45 thousand dollars.

No unit of the Tesla Cybertruck has been delivered yet and there is already a copy and no, it is not Chinese. It’s called Aitekx RoboTruck 1T, it’s straight from Silicon Valley, California, and it just made its public debut at the Los Angeles Show.

On its website, the brand states the following: “AITEKX Inc is an American company located in Silicon Valley, California, dedicated to the development and manufacturing of clean energy multi-purpose vehicles and mobility robotics powered by AI with its AI-optimized production technology. »

Although it seems like another company that is “selling smoke” and taking advantage of the popularity of artificial intelligence and the Tesla Cybertruk to jump on the electromobility bandwagon, the truth is that this truck is visible these days at the American auto show.

At the event this surprised many because the resemblance to the Tesla model is real, even due to the lack of convincing finishes. Oddly enough, the same thing is happening to some Tesla Cybertruck tests observed in recent months.

Its creators assure that the production pick-up will measure between 4.78 and 5.03 meters long, depending on whether it is chosen with a single or double cabin. Thanks to the solutions in its rear compartment, it will be able to transport objects up to 3.51 meters long, according to official information. By the way, the cargo area also uses an electric propulsion cover, practically the same as that of the Cybertruck.

Mechanically, Airtekx speaks of variants with one or two motors, rear or all-wheel drive and with acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers/hour which in the best case will be done in 3.5 seconds.

On the autonomy of this 100% electric pickup, they promise 885 kilometers according to the North American EPA cycle.

They already allow reservations for around $100, while the announced prices are around $45,000 for the access version and up to $99,000 if you opt for the highest configuration in the catalog.

Source: Latercera


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