Turns out Cybertruck Has a Bed, Just like Every Other Truck

Turns out Cybertruck Has a Bed, Just like Every Other Truck

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Yeah, we can't stop talking about Cybertruck, but come on, how can we? It's been criticized by many people for its bulky look, and it even became a meme material.

Also, some people said that Cybertruck isn't actually "truck" since it doesn't have a bed, which is wrong according to the video shot by a Tesla Community Member, [email protected]

#Cybertruck rear cover being closed. So much cooler than expected! #[email protected]/hm4x9QE78D

[email protected] (@MattLondre) November 22, 2019

So, as you can see, Tesla indeed has a bed, it's just covered by a motorized tonneau cover.


On their website, Tesla wrote, "With up to 3,500 pounds of payload capacity and adjustable air suspension, Cybertruck is the most powerful tool we have ever built, engineered with 100 cubic feet of the exterior, lockable storage — including a magic tonneau cover that is strong enough to stand on."

It actually doesn't make Tesla a less of a truck and it gives it a cool look and makes it different than any other truck on the road.

Also, the tonneau cover has its own advantages, such as aerodynamics and according to Musk, the cover has solar panels that will provide 15 miles of range per day to the Cybertruck.

However, using a traditional rear window in Cybertruck wouldn't give the driver a clear view of the rear of the vehicle. Tesla solved this problem by using a rear camera, so simple, right?

Cybertruck, ah dear Lord, it's only been a few days and the Cybertruck never stops surprising us.

Watch the video: Cybertruck will be the Ultimate Adventure Vehicle (January 2023).