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A Tesla Cybertruck is Seen Hauling a Massive 10-Foot-Long Christmas Tree – Is it Too Early for Christmas?

A Tesla Cybertruck is seen in Granite Bay, California hauling a massive 10-foot-long Christmas tree. This sighting shows the Cybertruck is indeed a capable pickup truck. but naturally, this raises an important question – “Is it too early for Christmas?"


If you are wondering, yes! it’s indeed too early for Christmas. Everybody knows Christmas doesn’t start until the day after Thanksgiving!

You don’t want your beautiful Christmas tree taking the thunder away from the equally yummy Thanksgiving turkey.

All jokes aside, this story is guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit even if you’re those grouchy people perpetually entrenched in the “it’s way too early for Christmas” camp.

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We’ve all seen the “it’s too early for Christmas” meme with a person shopping for Christmas trees in June or something like that. Some of us were mortified, and others chuckled admiring the holiday spirit.

However, let’s say you’re a Tesla employee and the EV maker has given you a release candidate Cybertruck with over 6 feet of bed to test out to your heart’s content. But, there is a catch and the catch is, you’ve to give the vehicle back on November 30.

Why November 30, that’s when after 4 years of wait, Tesla is finally expected to start Cybertruck customer deliveries.

So what do you do if you are in this predicament? Well like any logical person will do, you get all your pickup truck needs out the way before the end of November, of course.

And that’s exactly what one Tesla employee was filmed doing driving down in Granite Bay, CA in the great US of A. The Tesla engineer in charge of Cybertruck testing is seen hauling a giant Christmas tree using his all-electric truck.

From the couple of pictures we have, the tree looks positively massive. Thanks to earlier Cybertruck leaks, we know that the Cybertruck pickup bed is slightly over 6 feet long and 51 inches wide.

Despite the Cybertruck’s full-sized pickup truck bed, there’s a substantial chunk of the tree still hanging outside the truck. This suggests that the tree is likely somewhere in the neighborhood of  10 feet long.

This obviously is just a fun story juxtapositioning the “Is it too early for Christmas” meme with a Cybertruck sighting. After all Elon Musk is the lord of memes.

However, this Cybertruck sighting also serves to disprove individuals who look at the Cybertrukc’s unique design and say that it’ll only be a toy for rich people on the West Coast.

As you can see from the picture above, the Cybertruck is indeed a capable pickup truck that can do whatever a conventional internal combustion pickup truck is able to do.

Also, what better gift to get this winter than a Cybertruck card key under the Christmas tree? Am I right or am I right?

Currently, this is all the information we’ve showing the Cybertruck doing everyday activities however, we’ll be sure to keep you posted as the truck becomes more prevalent throughout the country.

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

So what do you think? Is it too early for Christmas? Also, do you consider the Cybertruck as a capable pickup truck? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Image: u/upsidedownfriedrice on Reddit

For more information check out: A Tesla Cybertruck Goes Face-to-Face Against a Rivian R1T in 1st Off-Road Comparison

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.