Tesla Cybertruck will join Dubai Police Force by 2020
Tesla Cybertruck will join Dubai Police Force by 2020

It was announced by the Dubai Police Department that the Tesla Cybertruck would be added to its fleet by 2020. The Dubai Police in their Twitter account had posted a picture of the Cybertruck along with a hashtag 2020 earlier this week.

Elon Musk, the company head for Tesla had stated earlier this week that the pre-orders for Tesla CyberTruck have reached 250,000 within a week of its launch. Musk had shown a video of the Tesla Cybertruck vehicle winning a tug of war and dragging a Ford truck uphill during its launch last week.

The Dubai Police department has the record for owning the best luxury sports cars which include Bugatti Veyron, Lamborgini Aventador, Ferrari FF, Aston Martin One-77 etc. It would come as no surprise that they are now getting the Tesla electric Cybertruck.

Tesla Cybertruck will join Dubai Police Force by 2020
Tesla Cybertruck

According to the Commander in Chief of Dubai Police, Major general Abdulla Khalifa Al Marri, the Cybertruck will be used to enhance the security in the main tourist destinations such as Burj Khalifa, Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, La Mer and Jumairah Beach residence.

The Cybertruck is capable of running a quarter-mile in 10.8 seconds and an estimated 0-60 mph time of 2.9 to 6.5 seconds. It also has bulletproof exterior and Tesla claims that it can withstand 9mm handgun bullets. There are onboard power inverters which can supply 120 and 240 volts electricity.

Cybertruck was first announced to start production by 2021 and hence it is still unclear about how they are going to manage to supply the vehicle by 2020. But, seeing a large number of pre-orders we can guess that Tesla will start the production sooner to meet the demands.

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