An RC (release candidate) Tesla Cybertruck has been spotted in a car park and people are a bit confused.
The video was shared to X by Matt Wallace and there’s one element of the car that leaves a lot of questions unanswered.
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Someone finally managed to get a decent close up of the Cybertruck, and the clip gives us some interesting clues.
From the outside, the truck bed looks larger than we thought but the wheels look tiny.
What’s more, the gaps between body panels are still there but they’re a bit better than we feared.
Perhaps Musk’s demands have been met.
However, one thing people can’t gloss over is the seemingly bland interior.
It’s difficult to get a good look inside, chiefly because the clip was filmed in broad daylight and there’s the guy’s reflection on the window.
Even so, the cabin is not what you’d call interesting.
The dashboard is barren, as is the center console, and the steering wheel is also void of any buttons or dials.
All Teslas are minimalistic but the Cybertruck takes this trend to the next level.
More importantly, the quality of the interior also depends on the price tag.
As in, if this is the interior of a truck that costs, say, $40,000, then a lot of people are going to call this ‘adequate’ or at the very least ‘acceptable’.
However, that opinion would probably change should the Cybertruck end up being more expensive.
The problem is we don’t know this because a price tag hasn’t revealed yet.
Mind you, it looks like that might be the case because Musk said the initial $39,900 was a bit too optimistic.
For now, the only thing we know is the Cybertruck can be ordered with a $100 deposit.
Hopefully we’ll find out more soon enough, ahead of the long-awaited Delivery Event.