In a recent development, a brief and somewhat shaky video surfaced online, shedding light on potential features of the eagerly awaited Tesla Cybertruck. The video, posted by a user known as “Old Spice” on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum, offers a glimpse of a rear screen situated between the front seats, mirroring the setup found in Tesla's Model S, Model X, and refreshed Model 3.
Clocking in at just 16 seconds, the vertical video appears to have been captured during a promotional shoot conducted off-road, evidenced by the presence of a gimbal-mounted video camera. Notably, the footage shows three adults seated in the back of the Cybertruck, hinting at ample rear legroom, with no apparent discomfort in terms of knee space against the front seatbacks. The vehicle's design allows generous natural light to flood through the side windows and a sizeable panoramic glass roof.
Adding to the intrigue, the video reveals an enigmatic Tesla-branded item lying on the floor, nestled between the feet of the individual filming. Speculation within the forum community has suggested that it could be a Tesla toolkit or a component related to the removable seat support mechanism. However, the precise nature of this item remains uncertain.
This discovery underscores that the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck appears to be the sole model in the lineup lacking a rear infotainment screen, at least until a future refresh. The Model 3 recently received a rear screen as part of its facelift, while the Model S and Model X were equipped with this feature during their 2020 updates.
In parallel news, a recently captured image provides an unprecedented view of the Cybertruck's front trunk, offering potential buyers insight into the vehicle's front storage capacity.
First unveiled in 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck has generated immense anticipation as one of the most highly awaited all-electric vehicles in recent memory. With reports of approximately 1.9 million pre-orders, according to a third-party reservation tracker, its debut is expected to take place sometime this month. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has previously hinted at a special delivery event slated for the third quarter, adding to the fervor surrounding the vehicle's impending release.