Over the years, Tesla has made itself stand out to be the world’s largest electric vehicle marker. However, in keeping with some keen-eyed electric car enthusiasts recently discovered that the EV giant shared another version of its futuristic all-electric pickup Cybertruck in the exhibition at the Petersen Automotive Museum-the two-door version.
The Petersen Museum’s large exhibit on Tesla focuses on the company’s history as well as the goods and developments that have helped it throughout the years grow to be a dominant force in the electric vehicle industry. The Tesla Cybertruck was prominently advertised at the exhibition as a forthcoming vehicle.
Tesla Cybertruck Two-door Version
There is an illustration of the car’s design in the Cybertruck exhibition area. This drawing is unique because the pickup truck it shows is extremely dissimilar from the Cybertruck, which has been publicly revealed. The two-door Cybertruck appears to be smaller than Tesla’s currently publicized Cybertruck prototype in the sketch, but it still has a large trunk and can haul a lot of freight. Compared to the four-door model, the overall appearance appears to be more handsome.
However, it was discovered that Elon Musk was questioned on Twitter about whether Tesla would be open to producing a smaller version of the Cybertruck after the initial prototype was unveiled at the end of 2019. Making a smaller Cybertruck might also make sense in the long run.
Since its debut in 2019, the extremely identifiable Tesla Cybertruck has garnered much attention. The vehicle, which was supposed to go into production at the end of 2021, has, however, frequently skipped tickets for a variety of reasons. However, despite being postponed until the middle of 2023, consumer interest in the Cybertruck is still strong. As of November of this year, there were more than 1.6 million bookings for Cybertruck.