The highly anticipated Tesla Cybertruck has been making appearances across various locations in the United States in the lead-up to its official launch. Recently, the Cybertruck was seen at Tesla’s 50,000th Supercharger stall, which was unveiled last week and given a unique paint job.
The sighting, shared by a user on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum, shows the Cybertruck charging at a Supercharger station in Roseville, California. The vehicle is distinguished by a Texas dealer’s license plate and “release candidate” decals, which have been seen on other pre-production trucks.
In the photo, the Cybertruck appears to be quite massive, taking up the charging spot with its size. Some commenters on the image raised concerns about the Supercharger cables potentially being stretched due to the Cybertruck’s positioning.
This sighting is just one among many recent appearances of the Cybertruck before it enters mass production and begins deliveries. With over two million reservations made since its unveiling in 2019, the Cybertruck has been seen offroading in Hollister, California, towing a trailer in Palo Alto, cruising down the Las Vegas strip, and charging outside of Tesla’s Gigafactory in Austin, Texas.
Reports from a Tesla staff member at the Hollister Hills State Vehicle Recreation Area suggest that initial deliveries of the Cybertruck are expected to begin in October. However, production is awaiting crash testing results from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and an official Certificate of Conformity.
Overall, excitement continues to build for the launch of the Tesla Cybertruck, and these recent sightings only further fuel anticipation for this groundbreaking electric pickup truck.
– Zachary Visconti, “Tesla Cybertruck spotted charging at 50,000th Supercharger” (TeslaRati)