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Man shares ‘coolest’ feature of Cybertruck

Handy. Very handy, indeed.
  • The most hyped truck ever is finally here, and more we’re starting to learn more about the Cybertruck’s cool features
  • We’ve already heard about the pickup’s unique gear selector, now Paul Clark has taken to X to share another feature
  • While not unique to the Cybertruck, the feature will no doubt come in handy for owners

Published on Jan 4, 2024 at 7:37PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 9, 2024 at 1:17PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
Man shares 'coolest' feature of Cybertruck

There’s no other vehicle on the road that looks quite like the Cybertruck.

For starters, its angular design and stainless steel finish stand out a mile – but it also boasts some really cool features.

Watch the video below to see one of the coolest Cybertruck features in action!

The video (above) was posted to X by Paul Clark, a content creator from Austin, Texas.

Clark claims the feature is “definitely one of the coolest features that I didn’t get in my Y.”

What he’s referring to here is the fact that the Cybertruck automatically goes into drive after the driver buckles up and presses the brake.

According to the comments section, the feature isn’t unique to the Cybertruck.

Apparently, all Tesla models without physical gear stalks have it, including the refreshed Model S, refreshed Model X, and the refreshed (Highland) Model 3.

Still cool, nonetheless.

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