Tesla Cybertruck interior changes teased in Moss Landing appearance images

The Tesla Cybertruck recently made an appearance at the Moss Landing Megapack site in California. The uniquely designed vehicle has attracted a lot of attention online, with images and videos of the all-electric truck being shared on platforms such as Twitter.

Thankfully, images taken from the updated Cybertruck alpha prototype also provided what could very well be a first look inside the vehicle. The interior of the original Cybertruck was extremely futuristic, from its marble dashboard to its lack of an instrument cluster.

The updated prototype, at least based on images shared by KSBW 8 Action Newsfeatured several key differences from the original Cybertruck prototype that debuted in late 2019. While the fit and finish of the new prototype is unsurprisingly rough, several key features are already evident.

These include a completely redesigned dashboard. While the original Cybertruck prototype came with a marble-like dashboard that seemed inspired by the Model 3 and Model Y, the new prototype featured a dashboard with a dashboard that seemed to be more in line with the new S models and X model. Instead.

The interior of the original Cybertruck prototype. (Credit: Tesla)

The updated Cybertruck prototype’s pedals are also quite notable, which are as angular as the vehicle’s body lines. Seats that don’t appear to have lumbar support could also be seen in the recently previewed vehicle, although that’s something that could be changed when the all-electric pickup goes into production.

Perhaps most interesting, however, was that the updated Cybertruck prototype ran what appears to be software for the new Model X. This is quite different from the original Cybertruck prototype unveiled in 2019, which ran what appeared to be its own custom software.

Tesla Cybertruck touchscreen layout (Photo: TESLARATI)
Tesla Cybertruck touchscreen layout (Photo: TESLARATI)

What that means remains to be seen, of course, though EV enthusiasts have suggested that some of the production Cybertruck’s features could be quite similar to Tesla’s flagship vehicles like the Model X. Elon Musk demonstrated one of these features during the Cyber ​​Rodeo event, when he demonstrated how the Cybertruck’s doors could open automatically for its passengers.

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Tesla Cybertruck interior changes teased in Moss Landing appearance images






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