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Finally, An Inside Look at the Cybertruck

There is video of the inside of the Cybertruck, and there is a lot of information we get from this video.


Inside the Tesla Cybertruck

There is a video that surfaced recently showing the inside of the Cybertruck from a YouTube user who goes by the name of "Vlad Vein". This user shows us the back and front of the Tesla Cybertruck.

Several things inside the Cybertruck can be seen, including the steering wheel, infotainment screen, and more sections of the interior.

One thing that stands out to me is how a dog can fit on the front dash of the Cybertruck. This particular image I used for this article was from the X user, SCMountainDad and you can see that he has a Tesla bad in the picture, likely revealing a Tesla employee in the Cybertruck.

The video shows a yoke-like steering wheel, but it isn't a yoke because the steering wheel is connected on all sides. There are no stalks, and the left and right turn signal likely function how they do on the Model S and Model X - with two arrows on the left-hand side of the steering wheel.

A zoom in of the center console screen shows the "gear" controls on the left-hand side of the screen, and this is also similar to the newest Model S and Model X vehicles. It means you will go to Park, Drive, Neutral, and Reverse using the left-hand side of the infotainment screen.

The battery percentage is at 84%, and I wish the creator of this video would have tapped more on the percentage, so we could see the number of miles that are available at 84%, which would allow us to roughly calculate the range of this vehicle. He tapped it several times, though, and maybe Tesla had this feature intentionally disabled to prevent a range leak.

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More Inside the Cybertruck

There is more inside the Cybertruck with a horizontal center section with cupholders and wireless charging. This is different from the Model 3 and Model Y because the wireless charging is in the center console and not below the infotainment screen.

The back of the truck also has a center console with cupholders. The camera then pans and shows a clear ceiling made out of glass, and this looked very sleak and nice.

There were black sun visors that came down from the top glass area as well as a center section connected to the rearview mirror with the hazard lights button on the same divider holding the rearview mirror.

The inside of the Cybertruck looks nice, simple, and we might see it not having the super nice black leather interior that most Tesla vehicles have. The seats appeared to be a gray color and looked to be made out of some kind of non-leather material.

Lastly, I wonder if this person was even supposed to even be inside the Cybertruck. No word is given to whom this person was inside the Cybertruck.

What do you think of this Cybertruck video? Is it going to come out this month?

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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. Image Credit, Tesla, Screenshot