Two different types of Cybertruck are driving in Austin and Silicon ValleyYesterday two Twitter Tesla bloggers the @Ray4Tesla and Tiktoker u/carlosto84 shared these two short videos of what appears to be two different types of Tesla Cybertrucks driving in the streets of Austin, TX, and Silicon Valley in California.
The one in Austin looks like is driven by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who even tweeted about it last Saturday. Austin, of course, makes sense here, because that’s where Tesla’s Giga Texas factory is located and that’s where Tesla will start the production of the much-awaited Cybertruck.
Today, on July 10, Giga Texas drone operator Joe Tegtmeyer just tweeted an hour ago that there are rumors in the Giga Texas area, according to which “employees are working on Cybertruck lines today,” but he tweeted that he cannot confirm. Note that one Cybertruck is fully camouflaged.
That’s the one seen in Silicon Valley, probably not too far from Tesla’s Fremont factory. The other isn’t camouflaged and drives in the streets of Austin without a wrap. It’s plain stainless steel. Carlos, who shared the video of the Cybertruck driving in Austin, says it’s driven by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
However, it’s hard to see, who is behind the wheel in the video. If you can determine if the driver is Elon Musk, please let me know in the comments section below.
But we do know that two days ago, last Saturday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted a photo of an undisguised Cybertruck prototype on his Twitter account, accompanied by the caption, “Just drove Cybertruckaround Austin!”
Elon Musk did not offer too many details about what it was like to drive the Cybertruck, though he noted in a reply that it “was very fun!”Regarding the other video with the wrap, I think soon the Cybertruck may become one of the most characteristic things you see in the streets of Silicon Valley.
There are two new photos of the cyber truck’s interior and they have leaked and they show the truck’s rudimentary Dash design,
Tesla cyber truck is nearing along with a growing number of spy shots showing cyber truck tests most we still haven’t had a really good look at the interior of Tesla’s first cargo bed Towing toting cyber truck now nearly four years after CEO Elon Musk first announced the Cyber truck in 2019
We’re getting our first real look at the interior of the Cybertron one of the test moves was photographer that the recent Tesla shareholder meeting held in Texas and the leaked image appeared on the Cyber Truck Owners Club which is ironic.
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