It has been almost a year since the first pictures of the interior of Cybertruck, Tesla’s electric photo, were leaked and showed that, apparently, Elon Musk’s concern for having a car with a futuristic design was limited to the exterior.
After all, now, 11 months later, new clips from inside Cybertruck have been played on the net. And they proved that futuristic is not a definition that matches what is shown in the picture.
If the images released are, in fact, of the final version of the electric pickup that Tesla intends to launch in 2023, the Cybertruck may disappoint anyone expecting a car (or worse?) on the inside as it is on the outside.
Photos posted on profile @CybertruckOC on Twitter they show a steering wheel that is still “raw”, with few buttons and without any Tesla logo, as well as an old center console and, yes, a multimedia center worthy of a car designed with a flaw of futurism.
The side view, in another photo, clearly shows that the passenger seat adjustment is electric and also shows a modern look. However, there is still little to the impact that Elon Musk intends to make on the market with the arrival of the Tesla Cybertruck.
Tesla wants to deliver 10,000 Cybertrucks by 2023
Gary Black, an investor, fund manager and adviser to Tesla, recently assured that the brand will produce at least 10,000 Cybertruck models by December 2023. And he said this without the automaker even starting the production process of the much-talked-about model.
The investor went further and added that the production and start of shipments of units ordered in advance booking are part of Tesla’s strategy to sell at least 1.9 million vehicles in 2023. The return of the Cybertruck is considered necessary to reach this estimate.