Ahead of the long-awaited Tesla Cybertruck, one latest sighting of the vehicle’s prototype has surfaced showing off the vehicle’s impressive air suspension.
A video walkaround of the Tesla Cybertruck was shared on the Cybertruck Owners Club website on Wednesday, showing the futuristic electric pickup at what appears to be maximum air suspension height.
The Cybertruck is shown in a low-ceiling warehouse with vibrant flood lights, and you’ll be able to see that the truck’s frame is lifted well off the wheels using air suspension.
Some noted that the prototype version of the Cybertruck didn’t include one past feature that was alluded to by the corporate: the magnetic, horizontal wipers.
The news comes just a couple of days after the Cybertruck and Semi were spotted testing Lidar hardware, and just weeks after one other Cybertruck was spotted within the wild with latest side mirrors.
Tesla is about to start producing the Cybertruck later this yr. It was also recently confirmed that the vehicle will include the automaker’s upcoming HW4 Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD) computer.
Throughout the past few months, the Cybertruck’s casting machine has been being assembled at Gigafactory Texas, where the truck is about to be produced.
You’ll be able to watch the complete Cybertruck prototype walkaround with air suspension at its apparent max height below, or by navigating to Cybertruck Owners Club here.