In a recent online leak, images of the open frunk (front trunk) of the much-anticipated Tesla Cybertruck have generated significant interest within the electric vehicle community. Enthusiasts closely examined the storage capacity of the frunk, comparing it to the well-received Mega Power Frunk of the Ford F-150 Lightning. Despite its shorter front end, the Cybertruck's frunk appears to offer ample space, as depicted in images shared on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
The images captured the moment when a Cybertruck was being unloaded from a trailer, and one of the vehicles on the trailer had its frunk open. In the photographs, three men were positioned in front of the all-electric pickup truck, two of whom held the frunk open. Relative to the size of the adults, the frunk appeared remarkably spacious, dispelling initial concerns about its storage capacity.
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The images also highlighted the considerable dimensions of the Cybertruck. Notably tall, the vehicle's height even surpassed that of certain men standing on the trailer. A glimpse at the Cybertruck's wheels suggested that it might not have been at its maximum suspension height. This visual evidence suggested that the Cybertruck possesses a substantial stature, a point also noted during a recent sighting in Austin, Texas. During this sighting, a Reddit user observed that the Cybertruck, with its suspension raised to the maximum, stood taller than five feet at its lowest point.
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Although the Cybertruck's initial unveiling in 2019 listed its height as 6.25 feet, subsequent adjustments have slightly reduced its size. Nevertheless, the recently shared images reinforce the notion that the Cybertruck will remain a commanding presence on the roads upon its eventual release.
Curiously, an online video has emerged featuring the distinctive pedestrian noise maker of the Cybertruck. While reminiscent of the sound utilized in Tesla's current Model 3 vehicles, the noise carries a futuristic quality that aligns seamlessly with the Cybertruck's overall aesthetic.