Over the weekend, photos of a new prototype electric Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck were shot from a drone on the company’s test track in Fremont, California.
The public attention is drawn to the new design, which includes side mirrors and just a huge wiper on the windshield. Tesla founder Elon Musk himself said that this janitor is what worries him the most.
The big janitor just sparked a heated discussion on social media. Some people joke: you shouldn’t mess with the owners of Cybertruck, because they can just take off the wiper and beat you. In response to this, Elon Musk hastened to declare that the published photos and videos do not show the final production version, and also added that a different wiper will be installed on the final version of CyberTruck.
Judging from the photo, in the idle position, this giant wiper remains near the A-pillar, increasing the blind spot for the driver. Musk previously stated: “A retractable wiper that stows into the front of the trunk would be ideal, but challenging.” Elon Musk also confirmed that the car will be delivered without any painting in a single stainless steel version.
According to the latest data, Cybertruck may only be launched into mass production in 2023.
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