Tesla Cybertruck Solar
Image Credit: Tailosive EV

How cool would a Tesla Cybertruck be if it ran using solar energy? Well, you don’t have to imagine, because it is already a reality.

The Tesla Cybertruck will come equipped with solar panels and will be the ultimate adventure electric vehicle. It will have the capability of performing well on track as well as on dirt, snow and mud.

The same was explained by Tailosive EV in one of his latest videos. He talked about Tesla’s track mode version 2 in Cybertruck. This mode provides Tesla electric cars with more control over its electric powertrain and the way in which the power is distributed. For the Tesla Cybertruck, this mode will be particularly helpful in tackling off-road conditions.

In this mode, the driver will be able to see and analyze the traction on different wheels in different conditions. One can see if the tire is losing traction and control the amount of torque reaching the different wheels.

In addition, this will allow the driver to move each pair of wheels at different speeds depending upon the driving condition. For example, if the car is moving in icy or snowy conditions, there are options so that the car does not lose control.

Similarly, if the vehicle is moving on rough roads, the traction can be maintained accordingly.

Additionally, the exoskeleton structure and stainless steel body are good enough to keep the vehicle safe from heavy wear and tear. If someone is going camping or any other outdoor activity then it’s common for tree branches to scratch the outer body and peel-off the paint of the vehicle.

However, with the hard cold-rolled stainless steel body of Cybertruck, one would not have to worry about any protective film or ceramic coating to protect their car.

Apart from its robust structure and impressive off-roading abilities, the Tesla Cybertruck will also have a solar option.

Tesla Cybertruck To Go Solar

Back in 2019, Elon tweeted that the roof panel on the back of the Cybertruck would be solar. Elon also mentioned that the solar panel could add around 15 miles per day and if we add foldable wings then it could add 30 to 40 miles of charge per day.

However, we have not received any updates since the tweet on solar plans.

With such a truck, one will finally be able to take the Tesla Cybertruck to remote locations without much worry. Indeed a huge accomplishment for an electric vehicle.

Shaheer Anwar
I am an Automotive Enthusiast, and I cover news related to electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, and the latest trends in the automotive sector.