When the Tesla Cybertruck was initially presented, it caught everyone's attention with its angular

The Cybertruck hasn't kept its momentum, despite having enough novelty value to go viral. 

The electric pickup truck's delays and unsolved questions have diverted focus away from the Cybertruck.

Whether the Cybertruck is indeed a truck at all is one of the greatest controversies surrounding it.

Although there are still many unresolved issues regarding the Tesla Cybertruck,

the carmaker has published details that clarify some of the truck's more unusual features and show how it compares to other EVs. 

According to Car and Driver, the Cybertruck would initially be offered with one, two, or three engines. 

According to Tesla, the top-tier Cybertruck model with three motors can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 2.9 seconds.

Let's speak about that design now because it is one of the Cybertruck's most distinctive features.

Tesla claims that stainless steel makes up the exterior.

 The "exoskeleton," as they call it, is robust enough to guard against dents and other types of damage. 

This focus on safety extends to the Cybertruck's glass, which Tesla claims can withstand force without cracking.