Tesla teases first official glimpses of its Cybercab

Tesla has officially given us our first glimpses into the interior of its upcoming Robotaxi, or as Elon Musk has called it, the Cybercab.

As we have previously reported, the first unofficial glimpse of the Cybercab came last year thanks to Walter Isaacson’s biography of Musk. In the book there was a concept image of the robotaxi, showing a two-seat vehicle designed from the ground up for autonomous driving with no pedals or steering wheel.

Now a closer look at the same vehicle has been officially shared by Tesla. In a new video released on Monday intended to encourage shareholders to support Musk’s $55 billion compensation package and the proposed move of Tesla’s incorporation to Texas, Tesla showcased a concept of the interior of Cybercab.

Near the beginning of the video we get our first glimpse, showing a render of a sleek and minimalistic interior with plush white seats. This concept Cybercab does feature a center display, a familiar element throughout the lineup. We can also see an adjustable armrest that can be lowered between the two seats.

Credit: Tesla

Later in the video we get to see a more refined build of the same concept vehicle that was included in Isaacson’s biography. In this concept we see the same white seat from the render above, but also a traditional seat from the Model Y.

Interestingly, we can also see a sign on the back wall with “NV93 Vehicle Package, Side View,” with NV93 being the internal code name for the driverless robotaxi vehicle project.

Tesla plans to officially unveil the Robotaxi just over two months from now, on August 8th.

You can watch the full video below. The first glimpse of the Cybercab render appears for just a single frame at around the 5 second mark, and then the second shot of the concept comes 58 seconds in.

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