Tesla Semi Truck Caught Returning From Winter Test

Tesla Semi Truck Returning From Winter Test

The Tesla Semi Truck electric truck went through a series of winter tests in the state of Alaska, USA, before going into mass production. Returning from the winter test, Tesla Semi Truck was spotted dirty behind another TIR.

The first release date announced for the Tesla electric truck was set in late 2019. However, an email sent by Tesla later stated that the limited production of the all-electric truck will begin in the second half of 2020. The email also said it was planned to start the vehicle's winter testing program soon. The contents of the e-mail sent were as follows: "In the short term, winter tests will be carried out for several weeks to verify the performance of the trucks in cold weather and low traction conditions."

Tesla is still working and testing for the electric truck it is preparing to launch. Although it is limited in the second half of 2020, the model, which is known to start production, was displayed while returning from the winter test.

The Tesla Semi Truck, which leaves the standard trucks with its extraordinary design, can reach 0-100 km / h in just 5 seconds. In addition, according to the data announced by Tesla, the electric trailer will accelerate 40-0 km / h in 100 seconds with 20 tons of load.

Tesla electric truck, which is said to come in two different versions, 480 and 800 kilometers range, will come with a technology similar to a quad engine technology based on engines that power the Model 3.

About Tesla Semi Truck

Tesla Semi is a battery powered heavy truck model planned to be produced by Tesla Motors. The vehicle was first introduced in November 2017 and it is planned to be launched in 2020.

Tesla explained that initially Semi will have a range of 805 km at full charge and can work for 30 km after a 80% charge in 640 minutes using a new solar powered “Tesla Megacharger” charging station. Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Semi's highway on semi-autonomous driving He said he would come standard with Tesla Autopilot. Source: Wikipedia

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