Tesla Cybertruck vs Lamborghini Urus: DRAG RACE

Although the Cybertruck weighs about 7,000 pounds, weight doesn't seem to be an issue for the American electric car to take on the powerful Urus.

Do you remember when it was a car? Tesla Model S Plaid Is it the perfect choice for any YouTuber who wants to race and beat almost every high-powered supercar? It set many speed records in many races.

The Tesla Cybertruck appears to be the new battery-powered star in town, capable of competing strongly in drag races and outperforming the most powerful cars.

tesla cybertruck vs lamborghini urus drag race

Cybertruck vs. 650 hp Lamborghini Urus in a drag race

With the start of deliveries of the truck to customers after waiting 4 years of postponement, Tesla began to overcome its competitors one by one. Matt Watson tested the Tesla Cybertruck in a drag race against the Lamborghini Urus, which is known for its strength in drag races. Where the Tesla Cybertruck brilliantly outperformed Lamborghini.

This is not the first breakthrough for the electric truck. In a previous race, it managed Cybertruck  Beating a three-motor electric Hummer in a drag race.

I also managed to outrun a carPorsche towing a PorscheAnother one in the back.

Now it's time for Lamborghini's high-powered, expensive, combustion-engined SUV to fall to the mercy of Tesla's newly delivered truck.

I got into a car Lamborghini Urus, powered by a 650-horsepower 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine in a drag race competition against the electric Tesla Cybertruck.

The Italian SUV's grunt is sent to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission with torque converter, enabling a top speed of 190 mph.

At about 4,850 pounds, the Urus is much lighter than the nearly 7,000-pound triple-motor Cybertruck.

But that doesn't seem to be a problem for the zero-emissions truck, as its three-motor configuration allows for instant off-the-line torque and an impressive 0-60 mph time of just 2.6 seconds.

Power is also provided by the Cybertruck, with 845 horsepower sent to all four wheels, while the maximum speed is 130 miles per hour.

In terms of pricing, the best-in-class Lamborghini Urus Performanceante is priced at around $250,000, while Tesla's most expensive Cybertruck, the Cyberbeast Edition , comes in at just under $100,000.

So, does it make sense to spend more than double for an SUV that looks good but fails to deliver in a straight line compared to American electric cars? Watch the video and decide.


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