Tesla Cybertruck goes on display in Calgary

The Tesla Cybertruck has officially arrived in Alberta, as a Foundation Series Cybertruck is now on display in the Calgary showroom for anyone to check out.

The Cybertruck arrived in Alberta on Tuesday, with the electric pickup truck taking center stage at the Calgary showroom.

At first the Cybertruck was roped off, but that changed on Wednesday. According to an email sent out to local customers, anyone can sit inside the Cybertruck and check out all the features first hand, and photos have been shared online showing the Cybertruck with the ropes removed and the doors wide open in the Calgary showroom.

Tesla has not said how long the Cybertruck will be on display in Calgary, but given how other Cybertrucks have moved between showrooms in BC and Ontario, it will likely stay put in Calgary for at least a month, before being moved a few hours north to the Tesla Edmonton showroom.

Unfortunately we still don’t know when Canadians will be able to configure and finalize their Cybertruck orders and start taking deliveries. The last update came from Rohan Patel, the now former Vice President, Global Public Policy and Business Development, who said in late February that the paperwork required by Transport Canada to allow the Cybertruck to finally go on sale would hopefully be “wrapped up soon.”

Patel, who had become a significant voice for Tesla on the social media platform X, regularly interacting with owners and fans and providing updates on important topics, has since left the company, following Elon Musk’s decision to layoff more than 10% of the company, and as a result there have been no further updates on the Cybertruck’s approval in Canada.

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