Leaked Tesla Cybertruck Footage Apparently Reveals Its Flashy New Behind
By Mikelle Leow, 24 Oct 2022
For three years now, the Tesla Cybertruck has remained a mythical beast, with the only place it’s visibly parked in being fans’ venicular. After much delay, the automaker has announced that the pickup is on the horizon and could reach pre-orderers in mid-2023.
Tesla also shared at its Q3 earnings call that the Cybertruck is in its “tooling” stage and that the company will soon produce battery packs for the truck.
The design has been finalized, CEO Elon Musk noted back in June.
Now, a “spy video” taken at the Giga Texas factory in Austin reveals never-behind-seen rear lighting differing from the red LED bar that the electric truck previously sported. The badonkadonk now has additional illumination in orange that’s supported by a thicker black strip, NotebookCheck.net points out. Two reverse lights flank the license plate.
The model appears to be production-ready. Tesla geeks can finally let out a sigh of relief.
While much of Tesla’s plans for the Cybertruck are a mystery, the vehicle is said to possess a certain extent of water resistance—purportedly enough for the EV to “serve briefly as a boat,” in the words of Musk. It might also be able to “walk like a crab” and has no handles, which means it could open remotely.
So much more refined. Those taillights are awesome, the rear bumper more solid and finished looking and the rear window is down (please be a midgate!)— Cybertruck + Aptera ð (@TeslaTruckClub) October 22, 2022
Cannot wait to drive it!! pic.twitter.com/FgS9A6qhRp
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