Tesla Cybertruck interior and rocket-like acceleration reportedly leaked in recent videos. Several clips now making the rounds online reveal more of the elusive madcap pick-up truck by Elon Musk.
Tesla Cybertruck Interior and Rocket-Like Acceleration
Telsa repeatedly has failed to meet its very own proposed release dates for its futuristic electric pick-up truck, thus meaning that potential owners of the truck have had to wait with baited breath to get to see Cybertruck on the road, gets to explore its interior and then get a general fee for what it might get to be like to own one.
Originally due to come out in 2021, Elon Musk has stated that he expects that the first deliveries to a couple of few customers will get to happen just before the year 2023 comes to a close. So just before then, we have had to rely on yet more spy photos as well as candid video clips taken by the eagle-eyed general public.
One such video has just recently surfaced online that features audio as well as reported captions in Russian, which reveals arguably the best look at the interior and infotainment system in action so far. With the Cybertruck parked, the video in question reveals a reversing camera view on the large touchscreen that is reportedly taking feeds from both rear as well as side view cameras.
Information Gathered From the Leaked Videos
Electrek however points out that there is still no around-view camera, which is something that many other cars have but Tesla at the moment does not. The shaky leaked video in question then gives a whistle-stop tour of the user interface, thus navigating around on a digital map.
A battery indicator on the other hand suggests that the vehicle in question has 84 percent remaining, but there is however no form of indication of what kind of range that equates to. The host of the video then prods at the battery percentage figure but with no result.
Interestingly, the menu screen as you should know also has a prompt that states “swipe to change gears”, thus suggesting the Cybertruck will lack a manual gear selector as well as possible indicator stalks, which is as seen in the Tesla Model S and Model X.
The fact in question that you can clearly see a number of trailing wires all through the front of the cabin, well, to us at least, suggests that this Cybertruck in question is still very much undergoing some form of testing all the while hooked up to diagnostic equipment thus meaning that it is very much unlikely to be in any final production shape.
The Speed of the Truck
In the second of a swathe of recent ‘candid’ videos making the rounds (this one posted by Stumby on Cybertruck Owners’ Club), we got a good look at the electric pick-up accelerating from a standstill.
Slated to come with either one, two, or even three electric motors, Tesla however claims the most powerful Cybertruck models in question can happily accelerate from a standstill to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and also on to a top speed of 130mph.
The Video Was Filmed By a Tesla Owner
The fact here that this video is clearly being filmed from a Tesla, with its owner reportedly fawning over the Cybertruck, has led many internet commentators to suggest that it was staged.
Regardless, there is no denying that the Cybertruck looks very fast. It is just a shame that its expected delivery date will not be as fast.
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