Behold the world’s first Tesla Cybertruck police car

LOS ANGELES: If you have always wanted to know if the Tesla Cybertruck could become a police car, the answer is here.

A California company called UP.FIT has unveiled the world’s first Tesla Cybertruck Patrol vehicle ready for use by public safety officials.

UP.FIT customises Teslas for fleet use and is a division of Unplugged Performance said the applications are diverse as the vehicle could be used by police and fire departments to military and tactical response agencies.

UP.FIT is taking orders now with deliveries in late 2024.


The UP.FIT Tesla Cybertruck Next-Gen Patrol vehicle has garnered substantial interest from agencies across the United States eager to enhance their patrol capabilities.

Combining a stainless-steel exoskeleton, sports-car grade on-road capabilities, and the most advanced safety technologies has proven enticing to fleet operators around the world.

“The UP.FIT Cybertruck Next-Gen Patrol vehicle represents a significant engineering leap into the future, and we’re excited to offer law enforcement agencies the future of policing,” said Unplugged Performance CEO Ben Schaffer.


“We’ve been thrilled with the direct feedback from police departments that have participated in our Cybertruck development, and we look forward to deploying these complete UP.FIT vehicles to law enforcement agencies across the nation this year,” he said.

The UP.FIT Cybertruck features the expected suite of warning lights, sirens, PA system, as well as upgraded radio and computer systems thanks to specialised wiring systems and proprietary integrations.

UP.FIT Cybertruck can be customised for tactical, military or search and rescue missions with available prisoner partitions, storage for weapons and specialty tools, K9 enclosures, upgraded vehicle dynamics with specialised UP.FIT Forged wheel and tyre packages, braking systems, and optional upgrades for extreme off-road usage, as well as Starlink internet connectivity.


Law enforcement agencies and fleet operators will find the UP.FIT Cybertruck a key advancement in practical policing, offering officers the tools to protect and serve communities effectively.

Unplugged Performance’s UP.FIT division has built a reputation in upfitting Tesla vehicles.

They are also offering enhanced electrification, infrastructure planning, consulting, and fleet management services with state-of-the-art fleet management software, as well as technical training and certification for departments looking to enhance their knowledge and maintenance expertise.


Malaysians (well those in the Klang Valley anyway) can check out the Cybertruck at 1Utama mall until June 17 before it is sent back home to the United States. It has been on a road show in Malaysia since April to drum up sales interest in Tesla's Model 3 and Y. The Cybertruck is only an exhibit and is not for sale.
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