Like most Tesla merchandise pre-release, the Cybertruck is shrouded in an air of thriller. Nobody’s actually seen it anyplace aside from the reveal occasion. There have been some movies of Elon Musk driving it round, and a “Jay Leno’s Garage” episode aired, however the public hasn’t been allowed to rise up shut and private with it but. That’s modified this week, as a result of the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles at the moment has it on show.
The spectacular automobile museum simply opened again up final Friday, and the Cybertruck was positioned entrance and heart within the foyer. We despatched our ace photographer, Drew Phillips, to get us a more in-depth look at the Cybertruck. He shot it from each angle, so you may test it out within the gallery above.
If you occur to be situated within the space, you may go and see the Cybertruck in particular person. Petersen is taking reservations for entry to the museum — there aren’t any walk-ins in the meanwhile. The Cybertruck itself received’t be hanging out for lengthy, although. Petersen says the truck will solely be within the museum by way of July 5.
Seeing the truck in these photos provides us only one extra perspective on the wild design it’s sporting. The close-up photographs are those we actually didn’t get to see earlier than. Those sharp edges are amplified, and the design nonetheless doesn’t remotely resemble “normal.” The chrome steel is hanging and the truck is intimidating. It’s big, and peculiar, and it nonetheless seems prefer it’s from outer area. But that’s the purpose. The truck seems like nothing else on the earth. Go test it out at the Petersen when you have the Cybertruck itch. Just don’t stroll into it; which may harm.