Details were first seen on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum. The handles on the top of the rear seats seem to confirm that the rear seats are foldable, and their placement seems to suggest a 60/40 split configuration.
However, this concept was once used in the Chevy Avalanche. One user on the forums was quick to point out that just because the back seat can be folded up doesn’t mean it must have a pass through.
However, trucks like the Tesla Cybertruck could benefit greatly from the addition of a pass-through, which allows items to be stored neatly and creates more storage space overall.
Moreover, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has even considered using this design on the Bollinger B2 electric pickup. Also, due to the Cybertruck’s unique triangular shape, a tonneau cover with such a pass-through would essentially make the cabin more spacious.
This feature, combined with the front-row folding center seat, can make the Tesla Cybertruck even more practical than ever.