Featured image: Flavio / Twitter
Tesla Cybertruck was presented to the public in November 2019. From the first second, it struck everyone. This steel beast was probably ahead of time, as many people were not ready for such a design. However, after some time, Cybertruck became incredibly popular and desirable. According to unofficial information, the electric pickup truck received over 700k pre-orders.
Cybertruck's bold design makes it an ideal candidate to become an exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum. The Petersen Automobile Museum is known for exhibiting some of the most talked-about cars in the world that go down in history. The steel beast will be on display from June 20 to 26.
Chad Hodge / Twitter shared a very interesting video that shows the moment when Cybertruck was delivered to the museum. The sun's rays reflected from the pickup body made me plunge into dreams that one day I would drive it.
This will be the first public release for Cybertruck since its initial show in November 2019. The prototype has been seen several times in Los Angeles. Once with Tesla CEO Elon Musk at the wheel, and with Jay Leno at the wheel, during the filming for his show. Presentation at the museum will provide the best opportunity to see close-ups of an electric truck that excites minds and hearts.
Source: Flavio / Twitter
Cybertruck will be on display at the museum for one week, and given the current situation with the coronavirus, access will be granted only on timestamped tickets. Adults will have to pay $16 per visit, while children and older people will receive a little price cut - $11 and $14, respectively.
Interactive displays will be closed. Everyone attendees will need to wear a face covering at all times, use a supplied stylus to push elevator and parking-machine buttons, and maintain a social distance of at least six feet.
Update: Tesla Cybertruck / Twitter just posted a video from the museum.
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