Tesla Cybertruck displays coming soon to Toronto and Montreal [Update]

Two new Cybertrucks have arrived in Canada, and while they aren’t the first customer deliveries, they will soon be going on display in Ontario and Quebec.

Last month Tesla sent a Cybertruck to Canada where it was put on display in Surrey, just outside of Vancouver, giving Canadians their first chance to get an up close look at the futuristic electric truck. The decision to send the Cybertruck to Vancouver made sense as the west coast has the highest concentration of Tesla owners in Canada, however many were asking when one would appear in Toronto or Montreal, and we can now answer that question – next week.

On Tuesday a car carrier with two Cybertrucks on board was spotted in Illinois, which according to the driver were heading to Canada. With its unique load it didn’t take long for the semi to be spotted after crossing the border, with several sightings taking place the next day on Hwy 402 and 401.

The semi was seen later that afternoon after dropping off some cars at the Tesla Brampton, but still with the Cybertrucks on board, and that’s because they are set to go on display next week in Toronto and Montreal.

We have been told the Toronto Cybertruck display will open to the public on January 5 at Yorkdale Mall, following a private viewing on January 4 for Tesla Owners of Ontario members at an undisclosed location.

According to our sources the other Cybertruck is heading to Montreal, where it will also go on display, but an exact date or location has yet to be announced.

UPDATE 10:50am PT: The Cybertruck is now on display at Tesla Laval. If you want to avoid lineups, best to head there as soon as possible!

Will you be going to check out the Cybertruck displays in Toronto and Montreal? If you are, be prepared for lineups!

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