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Cybertruck Interior Offers Modern and Clean Alternative to Gas Trucks

We see an image of the Cybertruck interior compared to a gas truck - it's much more clean and modern.


Tesla Cybertruck - Clean Interior Look

We see on the left, an image of a gas powered truck interior - albeit an older one, and on the right, an image of the Tesla Cybertruck showing a clean, sleek, and modern interior. Consumers will want this modern and clean look. It looks like the Cybertruck is nearing production, with the beta version being spotted out in the wild.

Also, a more modern gas car truck interior was posted by Sawyer Merritt in response to this, but even that interior is very busy with buttons, knobs, and controls, whereas Tesla has a very clean interior with a center screen that controls just about everything. I see the Cybertruck ramping past all other trucks in production volume and deliveries.

One person commented, however, saying that the Cybertruck will not appeal to those who are from the country or are blue-collar and from older generations. These people might not appreciate the simple and sleek look of the Cybertruck interior.

Of course, everyone has their own preference, but you can't deny that Tesla has learned to simplify their vehicles, which reduces production time and cost. These are important factors for any company to succeed - it has to be profitable, and these simple designs and changes add up across millions of vehicles for Tesla.

Other Features of the Cybertruck

Elon Musk has said that the Tesla Cybertruck will have post apocalyptic features. It will be interesting to see what these are when the Cybertruck is finally released.

I'm hoping that there will be an option for the Cybertruck to have solar panels put on the truck or to have some kind of fold out that will charge the truck for you.

There are likely to be two ranges of the Cybertruck: a dual-motor and quad-motor version with 300 and 400–500 miles of range respectively. Recently, I did a cost per mile comparison of Tesla vehicles and found that the Tesla Cybertruck at $80,000 is actually a very efficient cost per mile vehicle if it gets 500 miles of range.

One of the main benefits Tesla will offer with the Cybertruck is access to the Supercharging Network and having incredible charging speeds - up to 1 MWh. I see this being a big selling point of the Cybertruck, particularly for those who will be driving a lot or are in construction work.

What do you think of the Cybertruck - do you like its interior?

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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he's become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News.

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Matt Johnson (not verified)    March 23, 2023 - 7:05AM

Solar panels on vehicles--I heard Elon Musk explain why Tesla isn't making vehicles with solar panels. There JUST isn't enough surface area, is what I remember him saying, even if they tried some kind of fold-out mechanism, to be used when the vehicle is parked.