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Nobody can seem to work out why Cybertruck on freeway has a TV on the back

Is this an ad?
  • The hype around the Cybertruck is still strong
  • This particular Cybertruck was spotted with a TV attached to its back
  • People aren’t sure why

Published on Feb 14, 2024 at 1:21PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 14, 2024 at 6:20PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

A Cybertruck was spotted on the freeway in Texas with a TV attached to its tailgate.

And people are trying to work out why.

READ MORE: The evolution of the Tesla Cybertruck: from concept, to prototype, to production

The Cybertruck’s bed is certainly large enough for a TV.

In fact, you can probably fit the TV on the rear seats as well if needs be.

And as you can see from the video, it was actually raining when the truck was filmed on the freeway with the TV.

So, naturally, everyone is now assuming this must be some sort of advertisement.

But for what?

It’s not easy to work that out from the clip because it is quite short.

However, the TV appears to be showing some sort of 3D rendering or perhaps a video game.

If this was a publicity stunt, we’re quite certain the company, or people, involved will eventually step forward and claim it.

The only thing that’s certain is there’s no better vehicle to do that sort of thing than the Cybertruck.

The whirlwind of hype and excitement about the Cybertruck started around a year ago, when Tesla said the truck would be ready soon, and it never really died away, not even after the actual unveil in November last year.

And the excitement is still growing.

Partly because deliveries have only just begun, but also because we finally get a chance to see what the truck can do.

Just the other day, we learned it can seamlessly pull a heavy Ford F-150 truck with ease.

A lot of people, including the CEO of Ford, actually thought the truck couldn’t do that sort of thing.

Well, it can.

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