Over the past week, CEO Elon Musk has made several comments regarding the Tesla Cybertruck.
He explained how owners will need to package the electric van to get different colors and said Tesla is updating the Cybertruck’s adaptive air suspension.
Musk said before that “there is more” at Cybertruck and “it’s better than people think”.
Tesla is updating several aspects of the electric pickup for the production version compared to the prototype unveiled last year.
Earlier this week, Musk was asked what was the biggest change from Cybertruck compared to the prototype and he replied that Tesla “had reduced the size by ~ 3%”, made the “center line more level” and “Lowered the height of the window sill”.
In our article on this subject, we asked if any Photoshop assistants wanted to try to help us visualize these changes and several answered the call.
Pablo Cubarle, an independent editor, is one of them and he shared with Electrek some very good Cybertruck renderings with these changes (original on the left and modified version on the right):
For a better look, we have juxtaposed the two images of the Cybertruck together and you can simply move the cursor to see the differences (if you don’t see the cursor below, click here):
We can see that the electric van is slightly smaller, the center line is a little more level with the ground and the window sill is closer to the line.
In terms of size, here is the difference between the two images with measurements:
Musk says he will be doing a “comprehensive system review” of the Cybertruck with the engineering team next week and may release more details on the changes to the electric pickup.
In the meantime, what do you think of the Tesla Cybertruck’s rendering with these changes? Let us know in the comment section below.
You can also check out Cubarle’s work on its website. He has really cool stuff.
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