“With Tesla, we really aim to make the car that is delivered better than the car that is unveiled,” Elon Musk assures.
Many are probably wondering how much the Cybertruck for sale will differ from the concept car introduced last year.
According to Tesla’s CEO, there will be a lot of small improvements, and the final truck will be better than what Tesla showed. Hope they will make the on-road version of the Cybertruck more practical and maybe less apocalyptic…
So, which changes should we expect?
Back in February, Musk outlined a pair of possible tweaks: a body width shortened from 84 to 82 inches, and standard “upper laser blade lights”. The unveiled truck’s specifications, by the way, claimed it was 79.8” wide, 75” tall and 231.7” long.
In May 2020, Elon Musk informed the final design would be around 5 percent smaller. However, later he explained it wouldn’t possible to downsize the truck even by 3 percent, and also wrote the vehicle would be “pretty much this size.”
Besides, in May Tesla mentioned they wished to have a smaller, tight Cybertruck for Europe, while a full-size version could be shipped to Australia and New Zealand.
Once saying about the upcoming Cybertruck, Musk emphasized the importance of attention to detail. This means the changes in separate elements (side mirrors, for instance). The vehicle could be even bulletproof.
Anyway, the Tesla Cybertruck’s redesign should be revealed in a few weeks (really?), Mr. Musk promises.