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The mayor of Cuidad Valles, a municipality in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, announced that he has reserved 15 units of the all-electric pickup. The reason? They’re tough, capable, and very affordable to maintain and run.

The Mexican mayor added that he ordered ten units of the Dual Motor AWD variant and an additional five units of the tri-motor AWD version.

The mayor believes that the efficient electric powertrain of the Cybertruck is going to help the town reduce its fleet emissions.

They are not the only ones considering using Tesla Cybertruck as a police vehicle.

The Dubai Police posted this image after the launch last month:

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