After maintaining some crucial specifications near to its proverbial upper body, Tesla is eventually revealing more information in regards to the production that is final of the Cybertruck electric pickup.

Tesla published battery, speed and other stats during its delivery event on Thursday, during which the automaker went out of the way to compare the Cybertruck to some of its competitors, including Ford’s F-150 Lightning and Rivian’s R1T.

We know the more affordable Cybertruck isn’t coming for a while, but Tesla aims to deliver its maxed-out variant — the Cyberbeast — sometime next year. Here check that is we’ll on what the high-priced design measures up (so far as specifications get) to a couple various other elegant electric vehicles available on the market.

Range-wise, Tesla estimates the Cyberbeast goes 320 kilometers about the same fee (or maybe more, with an external battery power). Ford, meanwhile, claims its 2023 F-150 Lightning Platinum features a range that is 300-mile. Rivian says its maxed-out RT1 (quad-motor AWD) will go farther: 328 miles on a charge that is single

The Cyberbeast is definitely a beast — weighing in at 6,843 pounds, Tesla claims. Yet, that is less than an F-150 Lightning platinum lbs that are(6,893 and Rivian RT1 (7,148 lbs). Increasingly, supersized EVs are simply the standard, to the detriment of basically everyone else on the road.

As The Cybertruck sits in the middle of the pack at 223.7″ long for maximum towing, Tesla markets 11,000 lbs for the Cyberbeast, tying Rivian’s claimed max towing capability and falling short of Ford’s advertised max of 15,900 lbs.

Length-wise. Ford’s EV that is high-priced pickup a bit longer, at 232.7″, while Rivian’s steps 217.1″ long. At 70.5″ tall, the Cybertruck is a little reduced than EV pickups from Rivian (78.2″) and Ford (77.2″).

Lastly, rate: Tesla claims the Cyberbeast tops completely at 130 MPH, while Ford and Rivian both top down at 110 MPH.(*)