The futuristic electric semi truck was seen charging up at a gas station near the town of Brush, Colorado. 

According to Tesla, this semi truck isn't like your average diesel-fueled tractor trailer. It has 'badass performance' features, like going '0-60 m.p.h. in 20 seconds, fully loaded,' and the truck also has the driver's seat positioned in the middle, with enhanced autopilot. The electric truck can go hundreds of miles on a full charge.

In late August, Elon Musk revealed the semis would begin cross-country travel without escorts, and one was seen stopping for a 'supercharge' in Brush, where it got a lot of attention.

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