The Tesla Cybertruck, a highly-anticipated electric truck, is grabbing headlines again. Almost four years after the Cybertruck was unveiled with a futuristic design in 2019, a couple of images have surfaced online giving us a glimpse of the cabin. The interior of the prototype was leaked at the recently-held Tesla shareholder meeting in Texas, and the leaked images were posted on the Cybertruck Owners Club. According to leaked images, the middle front seat appears to have been removed owing to capacity restrictions, despite the fact that an American automotive company initially intended to launch the Cybertruck as a 6-seater, with three seats at the front and three at the back. The electric vehicle gets a flat dashboard that features a rectangular steering wheel and a large touchscreen infotainment system. For more on this, scroll down the page:
Tesla Cybertruck Interior: What Do The Leaked Images Tell Us?
The leaked images demonstrate that Tesla's electric pick-up embraces a familiar and minimalist interior design. The Cybertruck gets no digital gauge cluster behind the steering wheel. This hints that you have to rely on a large, floating touchscreen infotainment screen for monitoring vehicle status, mapping out a route, and so on. Besides, the display screen is not integrated into the dashboard, allowing more space for front-row passengers to step through from one seat to the other.
On offer is a rectangular steering wheel with no stocks, which is a departure from the current Tesla steering wheel designs. The Cybertruck's steering wheel design seems to be somewhere between a racing-style yoke steering wheel and a conventional round steering wheel. In place of the turn signal stalk, Tesla offers indicator buttons on the left-hand side of the steering wheel and additional controls on the right.
Tesla Cybertruck: When Does The Production Begin?
Although Tesla is keeping mum about further details of the electric vehicle, it did confirm that the production of the Cybertruck will commence in September 2023, with deliveries scheduled for the end of the third quarter. Besides, speculations are rife that mass production of the vehicle will take place in the next year.
According to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, between 2.50 lakh and 5 lakh electric truck units might be sold annually. By stating that the company will produce as many as customers desire and can afford, Musk hinted that Tesla will raise production to keep up with demand.