Tesla Cybertruck User Interface
A new look at the Tesla Cybertruck’s user interface in the prototype could give us a glimpse at what Tesla might do with upcoming UI updates.
At the launch event, Tesla had one working prototype of the Cybertruck and gave test rides to attendees.
It gave a quick look at some of those insane specs and interesting features.
A video of a test ride in the electric pickup truck taken by Hamid Shojaee, which recently resurfaced on Reddit, showed a good look at the Cybertruck’s interior and its user interface. Watch the video below to check it out.
The main difference is that the menu is now on the left side of the screen, which is the one closest to the driver.
In Tesla’s current UI, the menu is at the bottom and the driving visualization is on the left side.
The speedometer is still displayed around the same position at the top left, which has been controversial, since Tesla introduced the Model 3 with only a center screen and no instrument cluster.
It also shows an updated font as well as some new icons that fit the Cybertruck’s cyberpunk vibe. The settings also show some controls for the vault (bed) at the back of the electric truck and even hints at an off-road mode.
Tesla said that Cybertruck is going to be equipped with an adaptive air suspension system that is going to enable some interesting features and better performance with different loads.
The automaker said that it plans to launch the two higher-end versions of the Cybertruck in late 2021.
Those two electric trucks will have between 300 and 500 miles of range and be equipped with dual- and tri-motor powertrains.
CEO Elon Musk said that the Cyberquad, an electric ATV, is going to be launched as an option for Cybertruck buyers at around the same time as the truck.
Also there is a plan to release the Cybunker by a third party. It is a garage created to specifically store the Cybertruck and other Tesla vehicles.
The Tesla Cybertruck is not the only upcoming electric truck! Check out some other future electric trucks 2020 on the Electric Truck Club. View the Rivian R1T, Bollinger B2, Atlis XT, Neuron EV T.One.