Cybertruck May Soon Be Displayed in South Korea

Tesla Cybertruck may be showcased in South Korea, according to industry sources. The electric pickup truck will appear there as part of its tour of Asia and may stay in the country to take part in an event planned by the local Tesla club.

Cybertruck will arrive in South Korea—the country that is home to Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Corp. The pickup truck will be on display as early as next week, according to leaked information, reports The Korean Economic Daily. At the moment, the details of this remain unknown and there has been no confirmation of the information from official sources.

Cybertruck is currently on tour in Asian countries. Since January, Tesla has been demonstrating the electric pickup truck in eight major Chinese cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Xi’an, Chengdu, and Chongqing. The manufacturer boasts of its new technology and a car that appears once in decades. Tesla will soon introduce it in Japan. The Japanese division of the company published a video of Cybertruck, promoting its imminent arrival in the country.

Cybertruck is also likely to appear at Tesla’s light show in South Korea, sources said. This event is organized by Tesla owners in the country. It is reported that it will take place in April.

“About 900 Tesla cars will gather at the parking lot of the Suwon World Cup Stadium,” said an official of the event, which is dubbed K-Light Show. The soccer field where the owners will gather is located 25 miles south of Seoul.

Similar light shows are held by owners of Tesla electric vehicles around the world. This became possible thanks to special functionality of Tesla vehicles. The cars are able to play music from external speakers and “dance” with headlights and some opening parts, such as doors and trunks. When multiple cars are brought together, they can be synchronized to create an impressive show.

At the moment, Tesla plans to sell Cybertruck only in the United States. Its production began in the summer of 2023 and is so far growing slowly due to the large number of innovations utilized. Pre-orders for Cybertruck have exceeded 1 million. The company aims to increase the annual production of the electric pickup to 250,000 units by 2025.

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