Ahead of the highly anticipated release of the Tesla Cybertruck, a striking sight has captivated drivers in California. This week, keen-eyed observers spotted a distinctive blue digital camouflage wrap adorning one variant of the futuristic vehicle. Accompanying the photos showcasing this unique Cybertruck, videos have emerged, sparking speculation about whether Tesla plans to offer in-house wraps for its groundbreaking truck.
Earlier this week, we brought you exclusive images of the Cybertruck donning its remarkable blue digital camo attire. Notably, X user @kjoule11 has also generously shared video footage of this innovative wrap. This vehicle represents the latest in a series of Cybertrucks spotted sporting privacy wraps, but what sets this one apart is its pixelated blue camouflage motif, a design that has not been previously documented.
For a comprehensive look at this exceptional wrap, check out the video compilation below, courtesy of @kjoule11, who originally discovered the blue camo wrap earlier this week.
Within the video, the Cybertruck can be seen gracefully navigating California Interstate 287 in the picturesque Bay Area. The footage also features a voiceover by none other than Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who delves into the Cybertruck’s design philosophy. Musk highlights the departure of this vehicle from the conventional aesthetics and functionality typically associated with pickup trucks.
This revelation coincides with the unveiling of various other Cybertruck wraps. Tesla recently showcased a darker camo, its signature polygon grey camo, and even a couple of playful parody wraps, one mimicking the Toyota Tundra and another cleverly resembling the Ford F-150.
Tesla has previously affirmed the Cybertruck’s adaptability when it comes to wraps, asserting that it can be customized with any color or design. The recent sightings of wrapped prototype versions suggest this flexibility. While Tesla has not explicitly confirmed whether these options will be available as in-house wraps for customers, the sight of these adorned trucks on the road has certainly ignited hope.
This development aligns with the increasing frequency of sightings of non-wrapped Cybertrucks in recent weeks, signaling Tesla’s preparations for the imminent commencement of deliveries of this remarkable electric pickup. However, it’s essential to note that Tesla will require time to scale up Cybertruck production, with full-scale production of the pickup tentatively set for 2024.
Before Tesla can initiate Cybertruck deliveries, several regulatory hurdles remain. The automaker must secure crash test results for the truck from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and obtain a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).