Tesla continues to excite fans with the unveiling of a new graffiti wrap design for its upcoming all-electric pickup truck, the Cybertruck. This design adds to the list of unique wraps that Tesla has showcased for the Cybertruck, demonstrating the company’s commitment to offering a wide range of customization options for owners.
Previously, Tesla had revealed camouflage designs in various color combinations, as well as wraps resembling other popular pickup trucks like the Ford F-150 and the Toyota Tundra. These designs served as a testament to CEO Elon Musk’s promise that Cybertruck owners will have the freedom to wrap their vehicles in any color or pattern of their choice.
The latest graffiti wrap was recently spotted in Mexico by Erik Johnson, who shared images on Facebook. The design has not been seen on the roads before, adding an extra element of excitement for fans eagerly awaiting the Cybertruck’s release.
While it remains unclear why the truck was in Mexico, Tesla has been conducting testing on release candidate Cybertruck builds in preparation for production and initial deliveries. According to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, the Cybertruck is expected to be delivered by the end of October, marking the next stage of growth for Tesla globally.
Although the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has not yet published any documents confirming the Cybertruck’s approval for commercial use, it is likely that Tesla has been conducting crash tests to meet the necessary requirements. This suggests that deliveries may proceed as planned toward the end of the year.
The Cybertruck’s wide range of customization options, including the newly teased graffiti wrap, showcases Tesla’s commitment to offering personalization and individuality to its customers. With production and deliveries on the horizon, the Cybertruck is set to make a significant impact in the electric pickup truck market.
– Erik Johnson | Facebook (via Greggertruck on X)
– Joey Klender | Teslarati.com