Today Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted a brief update on Tesla Cybertruck, writing, "Final design is looking good. I was just in the studio."
Tesla Owners of Silicon Valley twitter user, under whose Cybertruck fresh video Musk had twitted, asked if Elon could can share sny photos of the final design. However, Musk didn't reply to that tweet.
To successfully sell a Cybertruck under $40,000 price, Tesla EV pickup truck needs to have the necessary balance between all-electric performance and classic pickup characteristics.
Final design is looking goodWas just in the studio— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 22, 2021
"This is perhaps the reason why Elon Musk and Tesla’s design team have been putting in the effort to refine the vehicle as much as possible before it enters production. So far, Musk has been pretty optimistic about the Cybertruck’s development, noting during the Q4 FY 2020 earnings call that almost all of the engineering surrounding the vehicle had been completed. Musk added that Tesla was no longer iterating at the design level, as the Cybertruck’s designs have already been fixed.," writes Simon Alvarez at Teslarati.
I am wondering if the final design of the Cybertruck's interior looks the same compared to what we have seen in the earlier version or the version, which Jay Leno was driving.
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