Tesla Cybertruck might have a hidden "Beast Mode"

Tesla's upcoming Cybertruck launch is rumored to unveil a hidden "Beast Mode" feature, which could significantly boost the vehicle's performance.

Tesla Cybertruck might have a hidden "Beast Mode"

As Tesla prepares for the delivery event of its much-anticipated Cybertruck, emerging details are offering a clearer view of what potential buyers can expect. Recent insights from a software developer have revealed intriguing aspects of the vehicle, including its unique 'Beast Mode' feature and variations in trim levels, adding to the growing excitement around Tesla's latest innovation.

One standout feature of the Cybertruck is the 'Beast Mode,' seemingly parallel to the Ludicrous Mode found in other Tesla models. This mode is designed to enhance the vehicle's performance, as suggested by an animation in Tesla's app. It indicates that engaging Beast Mode will offer a high-speed driving experience, with a significant boost in power and speed. This is in line with Elon Musk's statement on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where he claimed that the Cybertruck could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds with Beast Mode activated.

Tesla Cybertruck might have a hidden "Beast Mode"

The Cybertruck will be offered in two trim levels: Base and Luxury. The Base model is expected to come with smaller wheels, while the Luxury variant may feature larger wheels with stylish black covers, reminiscent of the 2019 concept vehicle. The different wheel and tire options seen in various prototypes suggest that Tesla will offer a range of customization choices for its customers.

Both trims are likely to be compatible with a sleek Hella lightbar, an accessory that has been spotted on a Cybertruck prototype in Mexico. This lightbar not only adds to the vehicle's aesthetic appeal but also enhances its functionality, particularly for off-road driving enthusiasts.

While these details from the Tesla app are not officially confirmed, they provide a hint at what the final version of the Cybertruck might include. As the truck's delivery approaches and considering the specific version of the app referenced, there's a strong possibility that these features will be part of the final product. However, until Tesla makes official announcements, it's wise to view these leaks with a degree of caution.