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A Small Army of Tesla Cybertrucks Spotted Parked Outside In-N-Out, Here’s a Glimpse of How the Future Will Look Like

An X user recently stumbled upon 3 Cypertruck prototypes parked next to each other outside In-N-Out. The scene looked as though there was an alien invasion or a bunch of people time-traveled from the future and they brought their vehicles to our timeline.


There is no mistaking the Cybertruck with its stainless steel exoskeleton, triangular silhouette, and massive size. Although there are currently perhaps hundreds of Cybertrucks driving around all over the world, it can still be a bit jarring to see the vehicle out in the world.

Tesla will eventually pump out Cybertrucks in the hundreds of thousands and it’s hard to imagine how several Cybertrucks will look parked next to each other just randomly at a shopping mall or some sort of parking lot.

Well, you no longer have to imagine what that future will look like, as an X user recently stumbled upon 3 Cypertruck prototypes parked next to each other outside In-N-Out as if it was nothing.

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The burger chain unofficially has a connection to unreleased Tesla vehicles. Elon Musk has revealed in the past that at Tesla, there is a ritual of sorts where the EV maker’s engineers take a vehicle under development to In-N-Out as a sign that the vehicle has completed a significant phase of development.

That’s why most likely we saw one of the first Cybertruck prototypes out in the wild at an In-N-Out drive-through when Tesla first commenced the Cybertruck public testing phase.

And now, the EV maker appears to be celebrating another milestone as 3 Cybertrucks have been spotted next to each other parked outside In-N-Out.

It’s not exactly clear what milestone Tesla is celebrating by sending several Cybertrucks out to the burger chain, it might just be a bunch of Tesla engineers in charge of Cybertruck testing were hungry and decided to head to a local In-N-Out.

However, it might also have to do with the fact that this week Tesla started producing Cybertrucks intended for customer deliveries, the EV maker’s engineers might be celebrating hitting this important milestone.

Whatever the case, we now know how several Cybertrucks parked next to each other out in the wild looks. As you can see from the video, it appears as though there is some alien invasion or a bunch of people have time-traveled from the future and they have brought their vehicles to our timeline.

It’s surreal to think in less than 3 weeks, the Cybertruck will start customer deliveries and the sort of sighting in front of the In-N-Out will become a common occurrence.

I still can’t wrap my head around that future. However, we’ll be sure to keep you posted as Tesla officially commences Cybertruck deliveries.

Until then, make sure to visit our site regularly for the latest updates.

So what do you think? Excited to see several Cybertrucks parked at an In-N-Out? Do you think we’ll ever get used to seeing the vehicle out on the roads? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Image: Courtesy of Tesla Owners Silicon Valley

For more information check out: Truckload of Model 3 & Y’s Sporting the 7 New Tesla Colors Spotted Headed to Giga Texas in Time For Cybertruck Delivery Event

Tinsae Aregay has been following Tesla and The evolution of the EV space on a daily basis for several years. He covers everything about Tesla from the cars to Elon Musk, the energy business, and autonomy. Follow Tinsae on Twitter at @TinsaeAregay for daily Tesla news.


Andrew Poage (not verified)    November 12, 2023 - 11:40PM

It's a poorly built ugly "truck" what is surreal about it. It's definitely not going to a popular vehicle. Tesla fanboys blissfully blind.