After years of delays, it seems that the Tesla Cybertruck is finally ready. The latest spy photos posted on Twitter by the YYDS profile also reveal some details of the interior and technology.

These photos show a final vehicle, and we will know everything about it on November 30, 2023, the official presentation date by Tesla itself.

Tesla Cybertruck has the frunk and the “Yoke” steering wheel

From what the photos on Twitter show, taken from Weibo, a Chinese social platform, we can see the interiors, with a white-finished dashboard and a large touch display showing the pickup and some settings, as in all Tesla vehicles. There are also details about the seats, in black with contrasting stitching and a square shape, marking a vehicle designed to be comfortable above all.

Image: @ya78756632 / X

Particularly noteworthy is the Yoke steering wheel, the one with a square shape, similar to a console joystick, which has already debuted on the Tesla Model S and Model X Plaid. Absent, and also typical of the brand, is the dashboard behind the steering wheel because, as tradition goes, all information, including cruise speed, is displayed on the large central screen.

Image: @ya78756632 / X

From the latter, there is a glimpse of the ability to adjust the cover of the rear bed, the suspension, steering, mirrors, windows, and even set up the car wash.

Image: @ya78756632 / X

From the photos, the front frunk is also noticeable, increasing cargo capacity but not at the level of its main competitor, the Ford F-150 Lightning. In addition to the images that have appeared online, Tesla itself has provided some details: the Cybertruck has a towing capacity of 4,990 kg and a payload of up to 1,134 kg, but it is not clear which configuration corresponds to these data


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