Tesla plans to unveil its pickup, which Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk called "Cybertrack" Thursday in Los Angeles.
Musk said he was more excited about the pickup truck than any other car in the future of the Tesla lineup. Beyond Musk's personal enthusiasm, a pickup truck can increase Tesla's profits, as pickups are usually more profitable for automakers than sedans. Much of Tesla's current sales come from its Model 3 sedan.
While Tesla has a history of beating its competitors with electric vehicles in areas such as range, acceleration and technology, Musk has made predictions about the pickup's capabilities. Tesla, who is bold even by his standards.
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