Tesla moves Cybertruck to Sherway Gardens, opens access to the public

Tesla has moved its Cybertruck display units in Ontario, and at the same time is allowing customers to get up close and personal with it, finally opening up access to the interior of the electric pickup truck.

Last month Tesla brought two new Cybertrucks to Canada, unfortunately not for delivery, but to be put on display in Montreal and Toronto’s Yorkdale Mall. As with other displays in Canada and in the US, the Cybertrucks were roped off, keeping customers at an arm’s length distance from the stainless steel beast.

The Cybertruck that was at the Yorkdale Mall was removed two weeks ago for it to go on display at the Canadian International Auto Show, where it too was roped off for the 372,000 people that attended the two-week long show.

Now that the show is over, the Cybertruck has been moved and set up at Sherway Gardens in Etobicoke, and for the first time in Canada, customers can sit inside and interact with it.

As we mentioned, there are other Cybertrucks on display in Canada. In Vancouver the Cybertruck has moved twice now and is currently at the Tesla store on West 4th Ave in Kitsilano, while the Laval Cybertruck moved last week to Quebec City. We have not heard whether either of these Cybertrucks have also been opened up to the public, but if you are in the area and can check them out for us, let us know in the comments below or tag us on X.

Unfortunately there is still no news on when Cybertruck deliveries will begin in Canada, but we should have an update on that later this week, so stay tuned.

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