Photos: BahamaTodd/Cybertruck Owners Club
Tesla Cybertruck has gone through several changes, often due to regulatory requirements, and it now appears to be approaching its final form. The electric pickup truck with a slightly updated look was photographed at Giga Texas.
BahamaTodd posted leaked photos of an updated Cybertruck prototype on the Cybertruck Owners Club on Sunday. The electric beast was brought to Giga Texas, where factory employees had the opportunity not only to look at it, but also to take several photos and videos. BahamaTodd posted a photo of the Cybertruck, a photo of Tesla employees looking it over, and a video taken by one of the employees.
The new photos give us an idea that Tesla has again made some changes to the design of the Cybertruck, more specifically, improved on the version that was recently seen at the Fremont test track. The first thing that catches your eye is that the wiper on the windshield has become more fine-tuned compared to its original appearance. The side mirrors also look neater than before. It should be noted that they were installed in order to comply with the requirements of the regulators, and in reality, Cybertruck's mirrors are not needed, since the cameras installed around the car give an excellent image of what is happening around it. That is why, as CEO Tesla Elon Musk previously stated, the side mirrors are installed in such a way that they can be removed by the owners themselves if they want.
Of the other observations that will catch the eye is that the front of the car looks shorter than before and has a slightly different angle of inclination. Thus, the front end received a more obtuse angle, which was probably also due regulatory requirements, to prevent more serious injury to pedestrians in the event of an accident.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.