Elon Musk Confirms You'll Be Able to Personalize Tesla Cybertruck With Custom Wraps

And of course, Twitter folk comes forward with interesting wrap ideas.
Derya Ozdemir
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If you thought that iconic Cybertruck look that is engraved to our brains was going to be what you'll see on the streets, well, you were kind of mistaken. According to a recent tweet from CEO Elon Musk, you'll be able to wrap your Tesla Cybertruck, made from ultra-hard 30X cold-rolled stainless-steel, in different colors and patterns.

You will be able to wrap it in any color or pattern

Since painting the Cybertruck is a hard feat because of its stainless-steel body, custom wraps are the best way to customize the all-electric pickup.


It is unclear if the color and pattern options will come from Tesla factories or it'll use will use a third-party distributor; however, Musk's tweet confirms that you'll able to customize and personalize your Cybertruck in numerous possibilities. This will come with a price, of course; since wraps are rather expensive. 

To give you an idea, less than a week after Tesla unveiled Cybertuck, Toronto-based company dbrand announced it would accept pre-orders for wraps for the truck.

According to their announcement, they offer 36 different pattern wraps which can be shipped to the customers for $3,094.80

Formalities aside, upon Musk's tweet, Twitter folk bombarded the site with thousands of their own customized wrap designs. Here are some of the very few that we thought deserved a mention.

1. Black Oxide Limited Edition with a 'Not a Flamethrower' mounted on top

2. 'The possibilities are endless' wrap

3. A very important question about wraps

Not a design; however, this guy is asking the real questions. 

4. 'The invisible Cybertruck' wrap

5. Ford F-150 wrap

This one is just rude...

6. Plaid wrap for plaid lovers and Elon Musk

7. The classic beauty no-wrap

And some were rightfully quite sad about the possibility of ruining the beauty of the stainless steel.

So, how would your Cybertruck wrap look like?

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