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Cybertruck now comes in 3 more colors one of which changes the entire look

They add to the two existing Cybertruck color wraps.
  • Tesla has added three new Cybertruck color wraps to its online shop
  • They include a deep shade of blue, rose gold and grey
  • Online commenters agree – they change the entire feel of the car

Published on Feb 23, 2024 at 4:42PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 29, 2024 at 1:50PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis

The already iconic look of the Tesla Cybertruck is having somewhat of a revamp with three new shades being introduced to their online store.

Think of the Cybertruck and you probably picture a shiny stainless-steel color.

Online commenters agree that these new shades, added on Tuesday, 20th February, have completely shaken up the look and feel of the EV pickup.

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The catch? You’ll add an extra $6,000-6,500 to your bill.

Customers can use the app to choose from the three lavish color wraps including ‘satin abyss blue’ for $6,500.

‘Slip grey” and “satin rose gold” can be yours for a fraction less at $6,000.

The Tesla website states that the new wraps are only available at four of the EV’s service centers in California.

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Participating branches include West Covina, Oceanside, Costa Mesa, and Santa Clara.

If these colors aren’t your vibe, ‘stealth black’ and ‘satin ceramic white’ have been available since December at $6,000 each.

It seems the color wraps have become available far sooner than Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, predicted.

In December 2021, when asked on X if the Cybertrucks would install wraps at the factory, he seemed to think there would be a delay.

“Not at first, but there are many third party options for wrapping,” he said.

The urethane-based film is described by Tesla as as “self-healing”.

Helping protect the EV against scratches and being “more environmentally friendly than traditional vinyl wraps” makes the additional spend seem justified.

Chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen, was seen driving a Cybertruck with a matte stealth black wrap in Malibu, California, before the delivery event on November 30. 

The EV has also been seen with a camouflage wrap and in a black gloss.

“Clean,” said one user in response to the X post by @cybertruck.

“Awesome,” a second said.

“Very slick, they all look wonderful,” a third agreed.

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