Tesla Cybertruck inspires epic electric scooter with tasty top speed

Tesla Cybertruck inspires epic electric scooter with tasty top speed

You can say what you want about the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck. But there’s no denying that the electric car looks unique. Infinite Machine is also aware of this and made the P1. An electric scooter that makes you completely forget about the Cybertruck.

The Tesla Cybertruck was announced four years ago, in 2019. But the futuristic electric car still hasn’t hit the market. Even Elon Musk himself admits he made a mess of it. Fortunately, an electric scooter is available that might be just as brilliant.

This electric scooter looks a lot like the Tesla Cybertruck

The result is a bizarre vehicle, with a feat of engineering. The P1 looks exactly like the Tesla Cybertruck. From the aluminum and steel to the blocky, angular shapes. But under the hood is quite a bit of power. The electric scooter is powered by a 6 kW motor that produces about 16 horsepower.

The maximum speed of the electric scooter is about 88 kilometers per hour. Which is right in line with its peers. The P1 scooter has two removable batteries with 72V capacity. According to Infinite Machine, you can drive about 96 kilometers with the removable batteries. But if you ride at top speed, the range will obviously be lower.

The Tesla Cybertruck scooter comes with an app that lets you play music through a speaker and receive updates. The app also works with an anti-theft system that can track and lock the scooter if it is stolen.

No one can buy one!

You probably understand that for this slick electric scooter you have to shell out a large amount of money. Prices start at $10,000 (about 9,500 euros). For now, the vehicle is sold only in the United States. But with enough demand, Infinite Machine plans to expand abroad.

As an American, you can’t buy the P1 for a while. The first round of sales of the Tesla Cybertruck scooter sold out within a week. People who did manage to get one will have to wait a while. Infinite Machine plans to start production only next year. That may seem like a long wait, but they are still faster than the real Tesla Cybertruck.

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