It might not seem like it, but it has been two years (and one day) since the Cybertruck prototype rolled onto the stage at the Tesla Design Studio in Hawthorne, California.
Even though CEO Elon Musk had said in the months leading up to the unveiling the truck was a “futuristic-like cyberpunk, Blade Runner pickup truck”, the edgy (literally) design caught everyone off-guard.
Despite the controversial design, the Cybertruck has won over many Tesla owners and fans. How many? According to a crowd sourced tracker, nearly 1.3 million have already been reserved in the 24 months since it was revealed.
What makes that figure even more interesting is that Tesla has yet to officially reveal the Cybertruck’s final design.
We do know the production version will be different. Musk has already confirmed it will have removable side mirrors, and also feature four-wheel steering. Both of these new features were seen on a recent test vehicle spotted on an airport runway in California.
When the final production design gets unveiled remains to be seen. Tesla has now pushed back production to the end of 2022, so it might still be a while until we do.
You can re-live the night the Cybertruck changed the automotive design world below.