The Tesla Cybertruck is one of the most anticipated electric vehicles in the world. After long delays, the Cybertruck is scheduled to enter production in mid-2023. The pure electric pickup appeared again before it was put into production, and the appearance of the latest prototype is different from the past. The latest model looks more compact, with relatively short ground clearance.
Interestingly, every time a Tesla Cybertruck prototype is spotted in the wild, they look different. That’s likely because the automaker is exploring different features and styling elements for its final production-spec Tesla Cybertruck. However, the automaker has remained tight-lipped about the speculation.
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Interestingly, these speculations dovetail with Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s confirmation that the electric automaker still has some tweaks to make before sending the Cybertruck to the production line. Now, the automaker appears to be experimenting with the final design and may reveal the official final design of the EV at its upcoming investor day.
The latest prototype spotted in the wild shows the Tesla Cybertruck sporting a distinctive triangular rearview mirror. The Tesla CEO claims that this can be removed by the owner. This EV comes with a different light bar setup that looks more in line with the original model released. This makes the front fascia look slightly different than the previous prototype.
In addition, the overall shape looks very compact. In addition, it has a giant wiper blade on the left side of the windshield, which Elon Musk hinted will disappear. Interestingly, previous prototypes spotted in the wild did not have these wiper blades. However, beyond these minor changes, no other obvious major styling elements can be seen.
Meanwhile, talking about the latest prototype of the Tesla Cybertruck, Elon Musk claimed that it will change the way roads look.
First published date: Feb 12, 2023 at 12:16pm CST