Tesla Set to Unveil Design Changes to the Cybertruck 'in a Month or So'

But we don't yet know what it'll look like.
Fabienne Lang

It looks like Tesla's upcoming massive Cybertruck will be seeing a few design changes. 

The company's CEO, Elon Musk, posted a message on Twitter on Sunday answering a comment about the pickup truck's design changes, mentioning the updated design will be available "in a month or so," per Electrek.

It apparently follows from a conversation between Musk and the company's design chief, Franz von Holzhausen, when they discussed adding several improvements to the Cybertruck. 



Not only are the half a million people who've placed an order for the Cybertruck waiting in high anticipation to find out what these Cybertruck design improvements will be, so are fans of the automotive industry in general. 

Everyone will have to wait around a month, though. 

Discussions surrounding the truck's size have circulated, where some improvements could be that it becomes smaller—so as to fit into regular parking lots and garages, let alone certain smaller streets. Other conversations have talked about making changes to its adaptive air suspension, per Electrek.

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Musk also stated potential changes to make the "center line more level," as well as "lowering the window height," per Teslarati.

Who's to say what improvements will actually see the light of day. 

If all goes to plan, the first batch of Cybertrucks will be ready by the end of 2021, which will see the launch of the two higher end designs of the pickup truck. Later, a lower range design will be made available. 

These will have a range of between 300 and 500 miles, and have dual and tri-motor powertrains, with a starting price of $49,000