Tesla Cybertruck’s Big Frunk On Display

LED Daytime Running Lights: An Overview

The latest set of secret pictures exposes the soon-to-be-released Tesla Cybertruck with its forward box open, confirming yet again that this all-electric truck will indeed come fitted with a front storage space which operates exactly like the Ford F-150 Lightning.

Shared on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum by MarkusNZL, images taken in New Zealand from the Southern Hemisphere Proving Grounds (SHPG) recently have come to light, probably for the concluding winter evaluations just before shipments starting in the third trimester of 2021.

One can observe that the hood space contains embedded daytime running lights at the top, situated in place of a radiator grille on regular internal combustion cars. Therefore, augmenting the outlook, leaving the eyes to merely perceive the principal headlight beams beneath the top end of the bumper.

A little over a week ago, the prototype of the Cybertruck was sighted driving in Palo Alto, California while wearing an army-style camouflage. However, the photo that was taken when it was unloaded from the truck shows that it is not quite finished yet; there is no plastic covering to conceal its internal components.

It appears as though accessing and storing items in the frunk will be a simple task, even if they happen to be heavy. The precise dimensions of this slot have not been made public yet, however, one can safely assume that it shall be broader in comparison to the limited space found in Tesla’s Model Y due to the difference in scale between the two vehicles.

In relation to the Ford F-150 Lightning, its established headlights embedded on the front of the pickup truck, the Cybertruck looks much more amplified due to its ingenious implementation of an LED light strip with a set of unseen headlights.

When the highly awaited Tesla pickup hits the streets during the third quarter, we’ll gather more information and can comparatively distinguish how it works against its contenders – such as the Lightning, Rivian R1T, and the Hummer EV.

Continually, we’re keen to hear your opinions on this; accordingly head over to the remarks zone beneath to provide us your musings.

Source: Cybertruck Owners Club

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