Is Cybertruck full self driving?

The Tesla Cybertruck is not currently equipped with full self-driving (FSD) capabilities. 

FSD is a term used to describe a vehicle's ability to drive itself without any input or supervision from the driver. 

Tesla's FSD technology is currently in development and is not yet available for use on any of the company's vehicles, including the Cybertruck.

However, Tesla has stated that the Cybertruck will eventually be equipped with FSD technology once it becomes available. 

The company has not yet announced when FSD technology will be available on the Cybertruck or what level of autonomy it will have.

It is important to note that the development of FSD technology is a complex and ongoing process, and it is still in the early stages. 

The legal, regulatory, and technical challenges associated with FSD are significant, 

and it is not yet clear when or if fully autonomous vehicles will be widely available to consumers.

As a large and powerful electric pickup truck, the Tesla Cybertruck is expected to have a number of advanced features and technologies, including: 

All-electric powertrain: The Cybertruck is powered by an electric motor and is expected to have a range of up to 500 miles on a single charge, depending on the battery pack and other factors. 

Advanced suspension and off-road capabilities: The Cybertruck is designed with a high ground clearance and 

a flexible suspension system that is optimized for off-road driving.