How Much Does A Tesla Cybertruck Tire Replacement Cost?
The video is entertaining as it explains why the Tesla Model 3's performance requires such tyres and wheels,
in addition to the fact that fixing it would cost a lot of money. Tesla claims that a three-motor Cybertruck version could
accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds, necessitating the use of all-terrain tyres with a W, Y, or Z rating for its 35-inch wheels.
These speciality tyres, which will soon replace the special tyres on Tesla's Model 3, are strengthened with
additional structure to withstand them. Depending on engine configuration, Cybertrucks are expected to
have a range of 300–500 miles, with per-mile costs that fall between $0.048 and $0.08.
New tyre sets will be less expensive in nations like the US and China where parts for Tesla EVs are manufactured locally.