Tesla Cybertruck Render Imagines Changes Required To Reach Production

Tesla | December 02, 2019

Through the last few days, we’ve seen a fair share of renderings involving the Tesla Cybertruck - from a police car for Dubai, to a Cyberwagon, to a Cybertruck Hellcat. However, none of them tries to put production clothes on the all-electric truck, so we decided to imagine a more civilized, road-legal version with an exclusive virtual drawing. The Cybertruck is still just a prototype, which means it won't necessarily retain its basic shape for the production variant. Changes to the design may be required for practical reasons, or legal ones – the U.S. government has strict guidelines on everything from a vehicle's hood height to the placement of its rear taillamps.

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