The interestingly designed Tesla Cybertruck has not yet hit the roads. The company continues to work to make it a reality. The company has seriously delayed the production of Cybertruck due to production problems and global supply issues, is on the agenda again today. A body for the vehicle has been imaged. If there are no problems, the electric pickup Tesla Cybertruck will be manufactured in the first half of 2023. Then it will be on the roads.
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This body, which you can see in the photo below, proves that the vehicle will maintain the design line that was first shown. Tesla, which is known to have purchased huge press machines for Cybertruck, makes the following assertive statement about the vehicle’s body: “Cybertruck is built with an exterior shell made for ultimate durability and passenger protection. Starting with a nearly impenetrable exoskeleton, every component is designed for superior strength and endurance, from Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin to Tesla armor glass.”
The vehicle was last seen in the video shared on Twitter, which you can watch below. The design of the car is still being seriously debated. The final version here didn’t look too different from the version that was first introduced. However, there are still some changes in the back of the vehicle that can not escape from attention.
The back of the latest prototype has a different LED stop kit than the original one. It now uses a more segmented and double-layered illumination. Tesla Cybertruck’s reverse lights are positioned next to the license plate. Also, carries an exposed drawbar in the version shared in the video. It is still not known whether this will also be the case in the release model.
Cybertruck had attracted attention with a statement before this. According to Elon Musk’s statement, the vehicle will be highly waterproof. So the assertive model will be able to float and travel like a boat, but only for a short time. According to Elon Musk’s claim, Cybertruck, which has a body very suitable for the aforementioned process, will be able to cross rivers, lakes, and even interestingly not too wavy seas.