Named TOP 10 Tesla Cybertruck Hidden OptionsNovember 27, 2019
The new Tesla Cybertruck is equipped to the eyeballs with various technological solutions, thanks to which the car is a mysterious box with hidden functions.
Combine this with the fact that the unveiling of the car actually did not go as planned, as well as about how CEO Elon Musk was in a hurry with the presentation of the truck after the Armor Glass pickup truck demonstration, and it will become clear that many of the attractive features of Cybertruck remained unnamed
Fortunately, some of these hidden features were discovered by fans of the brand thanks to photos and videos of the car taken during the opening ceremony, as well as images that were released by the electric car manufacturer in the Cybertruck press kit. With that in mind, below are 10 of the hidden features of Tesla Cybertruck that might have been missed during the unveiling of last week’s event.
CENTRAL FOLDING FRONT GLASS HOLDERS AND STORAGE PLACE
The Tesla Cybertruck is equipped with three front seats. As you can see from the video on the test ride, this middle seat actually folds, turning into a large central armrest. Interestingly, this central armrest doubles the number of storage compartments in the front. It also has three water bottle holders that are installed right in the headrest of the backrest in the middle, along with a spare compartment for casual items.
INTERIOR LIGHTING BAR FOR REAR SEATS
Despite the futuristic, brutal appearance, the interior of the Tesla Cybertruck is actually quite welcoming. Entering the car, passengers are met by a spacious interior and a massive glass roof, which will undoubtedly be a pleasure for those who like to relax in their car. The rear seats are also equipped with side lights that provide light for the second row.
SUNKY VISOR IS ONE LEVEL WITH FRONT STAND
Among the “smart” features Cybertruck – its sun visor, which is adjacent to the front desk. This would be especially useful, given that the pickup has a massive windshield, which can greatly overshadow the already extensive Model X windshield in size.
REAR ARMREST FOR EXTENDED LOAD
The Tesla Cybertruck has a large central armrest at the rear that looks like a double support for an extended load. A fully electric pickup truck is already equipped with a compartment almost 2 meters long, which is quite essential, but for those who want to transport longer loads, the central armrest can fold up and act as an opening for length meters.
MULTI STEERING WHEEL
The Tesla Cybertruck is equipped with a steering wheel, which is very similar to the one the company used in its prototype next-generation Roadster models. Most likely, it will be replaced with a conventional steering wheel when the car goes into production, but, based on test trips in a pickup truck, it seems that Cybertruck will use the controls on the steering wheel from Model 3.
AUTO PILOT OF THE CAMERA IN THE LOCKERS
Like other Tesla prototypes, such as the next-generation Roadster or Semi at the time of debut, Cybertruck is not equipped with traditional side mirrors. Instead, the vehicle is likely to use a pair of autopilot cameras in its front wing. Given current regulations in countries such as the United States, it is highly likely that the production Cybertruck will be equipped with traditional side mirrors.
GUIDES AND T-grooves
Cybertruck is equipped with L-shaped guides and T-shaped grooves that allow users to fasten loads anywhere on the vehicle’s 2-meter wide loading platform. This is the key to transporting items that might otherwise be able to move freely during transport if they are not tied. With these components, Tesla Cybertruck owners can safely transport even fragile items at the back.
LOAD LID ACTIVATION BUTTONS
The Tesla Cybertruck uses a motorized cargo compartment cover that can be turned on and off with a button on the back of the car. These large and easily accessible buttons are located on both sides of the car.
HIDDEN STORAGE UNDER FLOOR
Tesla Cybertruck is full of places for all kinds of small things, one of which is located at the bottom of the 2-meter cargo platform of the car itself. Judging by the images provided by Tesla, this space seems large enough to hold medium-sized items, such as tool boxes and sleeping bags, for long trips outdoors.
HIDDEN STORAGE RACK
For those who want to use Cybertuck for work, the futuristic pickup truck is equipped with a hidden storage compartment in its rear rack. The images of the free space shown during the Cybertruck presentation suggest that this space may be enough to fit some instruments or objects of the same size.
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