Petersen Museum adds bulletproof tested Cybertruck and von Holzhausen’s personal Cyberbeast to ‘Inside Tesla’ exhibit

The Petersen Museum has upgraded its ‘Inside Tesla’ exhibit in Los Angeles, adding several new pieces related to the Cybertruck, including the bulletproof tested Cybertruck and Tesla Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen’s personal tri-motor Cyberbeast.

The Inside Tesla exhibit started in November 2022 and was originally scheduled to end this past October, but its run has been extended to April 2024. One of the star attractions of the display was the original Cybertruck prototype and Cyberquad. Drive Tesla was first to report last week that the exhibit was going to get a few new additions, and now they have arrived and been put on display.

While the Cyberquad has remained, the prototype Cybertruck has now been replaced with the bulletproof tested Cybertruck, which went on display on Monday.

Then today von Holzhausen’s personal Cyberbeast was also added, with the matte black truck spotted being driven and parked inside the lobby of the museum this morning.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by David Sanchez (@theofficialcarporter)

Those weren’t the only two Cybertruck related additions. The lobby of the museum is now also home to a Cybertruck frame.

If you have the opportunity, we highly recommend checking out the Inside Tesla exhibit, especially with these new additions, including the frame and Cyberbeast which are in the lobby and free to view. We were lucky enough to check it out the entire exhibit earlier this year, and the team at the Petersen Museum have put together a comprehensive look at Tesla’s history that every fan should see.

General admission tickets cost $21 for an adult, $11 for a child (4-11), $13 for youth (12-17), or $19 for a senior (62+). You can buy your tickets here.

Previous Article

Tesla to Compensate Buyers for EV Subsidy Cuts in Germany

Next Article

Tesla Boosts Wages for Nevada Gigafactory Workers Amid Union Speculation

You might be interested in …