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Tesla ATV revealed, can charge in Cybertruck's bed

In addition to the hotly anticipated Cybertruck, Tesla showed off a brand-new all-terrain vehicle.

Tesla Cybertruck ATV

The ATV can charge in the Cybertruck's bed.

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Moments after debuting the new Cybertruck on Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk decided to roll out "one more thing." Say hello to Tesla's new all-terrain vehicle (ATV) which can fit right inside the Cybertruck's bed.

Details about the ATV are slim right now. We know it can drive into the Cybertruck's bed and can charge once loaded. "It's currently plugged in and charging," Musk said at the event after the ATV's rider connected it to the Cybertruck.

It's unclear exactly how much the ATV costs, but it doesn't appear to be included in the price of a Cybertruck.

The Tesla Cybertruck puts an ATV in its bed

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Steven Ewing spent his childhood reading car magazines, making his career as an automotive journalist an absolute dream job. After getting his foot in the door at Automobile while he was still a teenager, Ewing found homes on the mastheads at Winding Road magazine, Autoblog and Motor1.com before joining the CNET team in 2018. He has also served on the World Car Awards jury. Ewing grew up ingrained in the car culture of Detroit -- the Motor City -- before eventually moving to Los Angeles. In his free time, Ewing loves to cook, binge trash TV and play the drums.
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Steven Ewing spent his childhood reading car magazines, making his career as an automotive journalist an absolute dream job. After getting his foot in the door at Automobile while he was still a teenager, Ewing found homes on the mastheads at Winding Road magazine, Autoblog and Motor1.com before joining the CNET team in 2018. He has also served on the World Car Awards jury. Ewing grew up ingrained in the car culture of Detroit -- the Motor City -- before eventually moving to Los Angeles. In his free time, Ewing loves to cook, binge trash TV and play the drums.

Article updated on November 21, 2019 at 9:07 PM PST

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