With rear-view mirrors of a new form.
At a recent quarterly event, Elon Musk admitted that while he still expects to have the Tesla Cybertruck electric pickups assembled at a facility in Texas by the middle of this year, they will begin to be produced in mass quantities much later. Electrek, meanwhile, has published a new spy shot of the Tesla Cybertruck prototype, which was spotted on the roads of California just yesterday.
Image Source: Instagram, Flavio Tronzano
The angled stainless steel panels that form the outer shell of the body, in this angle, reflect the glare from the reservoir, located to the right in the direction of the car. As Elon Musk previously noted, all pickups of this model will have a stainless steel body without painting, but if the user wishes to change its color, then this can be done by wrapping it with a film.
Judging by the side lights, the prototype is equipped with working lighting equipment, and the body cover also functions, which in its principle resembles roller shutters. The rear right window in the car is lowered, which allows us to count on the preservation of the corresponding functionality in the serial version. Recall that at the Cybertruck presentation back in 2019, Elon Musk focused on the presence of high-strength side windows, which he still managed to damage with a metal ball. It is still difficult to judge how things will go with this for the serial version of the pickup truck.
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The main innovation on this instance can be considered triangular-shaped side mirrors, which are better combined with the overall angular exterior of the car, but are inferior to rectangular ones in visibility. Tesla originally intended to eliminate the rear-view mirrors on this car, replacing them with rear-facing cameras and special displays inside the cabin, but for now, American regulations require all vehicles to have physical rear-view mirrors.
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