Elon Musk has released the first teaser image of Tesla's electric pickup truck, which he describes as a "cyberpunk" truck and inspired by Blade Runner.
As we reported earlier today, Tesla revealed one & # 39; one last thing & # 39; night, but all missed it.
Tesla eventually flashed a picture on the main screen, when everyone went to the back of the room for the model Y test rides.
It was rumored to be a teaser for the electric pickup that Musk has now confirmed.
Last year, Musk answered many when he said that Tesla Pickup Truck will have a "really futuristic-like cyberpunk Blade Runner" design.
Today he pointed out that Tesla played end titles from Blade Runner played after the Model Y webcast ended and revealed the teaser image of Tesla Pickup:
About a minute in, we flashed a teaser image of Tesla cyberpunk truck pic. twitter.com/hLsGsdyuGA ]
̵1; Elon Musk (@elonmusk) [1 9459010] March 16, 2019
It is the very first official image of Tesla Pickup Truck other than a previous pickup version of Tesla Semi, which has never been clearly slated for production.
This new truck is something Tesla actually wants to do and uncover later this year.
Here is another version of the image with changed exposure to get a better idea of the shape:
Musk has previously said that the vehicle is his favorite of all Tesla's current new vehicle programs, but he thinks it "may be too futuristic for most people."
Aside from the design, which we are beginning to know more about with this image, we already know quite a bit about Tesla Pickup Trucks specifications after Musk's proposal for vehicle development and shared some of the targeted specifications.
He talked about it being a 6-seater "big truck" with the possibility of 400 to 500 miles of reach, perhaps higher.
It will be unveiled later this year, but the actual timeline of production is still unclear.
To be honest, I'm not sure what I & # 39; I watch. Is that the bed on the truck? Is the front end? I'm not sure.
Please inform me in the comment section below.
Maybe it's just a bad teaser, but I'm beginning to understand Elon's comment that the Tesla truck is too futuristic for most.
That said, it sounds like they are still doing it. When it comes to delivering good products, Tesla has a pretty good track record.
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