The third annual Tesla Takeover took place this past weekend, and one of the highlights was on the opening day with a massive Light Show performance. After the sun went down many Tesla cars synchronized their parking to form the shape of the much-awaited Cybertruck and performed a Light Show.
Tesla Takeover is a yearly event that brings together many fans of the EV manufacturer. However, other EVs are welcome. This year’s edition is the 3rd, with the organizer declaring it the biggest ever. Over 2,000 people attended, beating last year’s total of 1,300.
Aerial photos and videos capture the spectacular sight of the massive Cybertruck formed from light, even without audio.
Is this the biggest Tesla light show ever? 👀 Tesla Takeover is starting off with an epic Cybertruck outline show pic.twitter.com/X8xVNmARU7
— Billy (@billykyle) July 29, 2023
Despite the name other EVs from Aptera, Lucid, Porsche, and more also joined Tesla Takeover. However, the majority of the attendees were of course Tesla owners, who got to enjoy talks from the likes of Maye Musk and other influencers in the Tesla community.
Expressing his excitement for the event, John Stringer, president of Tesla Owners of Silicon Valley, said, “It’s just the passion for Tesla when you drive these amazing vehicles, it really does change the way you look at what a car should be. But the Tesla community is very unique and different. I mean, people literally are coming to this event from all over the world.” (via KSBY)
Anticipation continues to build for the Cybertruck, including public sightings of the electric pickup truck wrapped like a Ford F-150 and camo disguise. The first Cybertruck recently rolled off the production line at Giga, Texas.