The design of the smaller variant of the Tesla Cybertruck appears to be hiding in plain sight. As was recently spotted by some electric car enthusiasts, Tesla has shared a very interesting version of its futuristic all-electric truck on its exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
The Tesla exhibit at the Petersen Museum is extensive, highlighting the company’s history, as well as the products and innovations that helped it become a dominant force in the electric vehicle sector over the years. As an upcoming vehicle that generated a lot of excitement, the Tesla Cybertruck was featured heavily at the show. Franz von Holzhausen was even Tesla’s designer Interviewed in the Cybertruck segment.
Included in the Cybertruck section of the show is a sketch of the vehicle, which is set up close to a futuristic pickup truck. The graphic is particularly interesting because it depicts a very different pickup truck than the massive Cybertruck prototype revealed in late 2019 or the updated alpha Cybertruck units spotted all over California later. Unlike the Tesla prototypes, the car in the blueprint was a two-door Cybertruck.
A number of things stand out in the graphic of the two-door Cybertruck. On the one hand, the car feels more compact than the Cybertruck prototypes Tesla has built to date. Its cabin still feels spacious and airy thanks to its long windshield and short hood. Its bed, also covered with a rear flap, seems to be able to hold plenty of cargo despite the car’s seemingly more compact compact size.
The two-door Cybertruck featured in the sketch at the Petersen Automotive Museum has received a lot of positive feedback from the Tesla community, with some noting that they actually prefer the more compact look of an all-electric pickup. Fortunately, the idea of Tesla launching a smaller e-truck in the future isn’t far-fetched at all.
Elon Musk has said the same thing in the past. After revealing the Cybertruck prototype in late 2019, Musk was asked on Twitter if Tesla would be open to making a car. A more compact version of the Cybertruck On the road. Musk responded positively to the inquiry, stating that “in the long term, it probably makes more sense to build a smaller e-truck as well.” If such a car looks anything like a two-door Cybertruck graphic, Tesla probably has a bestseller in its lineup.
A drawing of the two-door Cybertruck can be seen in several parts of Franz von Holzhausen CNBC Interview at the Petersen Museum. A video of the interview can be viewed below.
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