Tesla’s Cybertruck Spotted at 50,000th Supercharger Stall Ahead of Release

Recent Sightings Fuel Anticipation as Over Two Million Reservations Await Delivery

The forthcoming Tesla Cybertruck has made waves in recent weeks as it was spotted in various U.S. locations, building excitement ahead of its official launch. Notably, the electric pickup was recently seen at Tesla’s special 50,000th Supercharger stall, an event that took place just last week and included a unique paint job.

This captivating sighting of the Cybertruck, charging at the Roseville, California Supercharger, initially surfaced on Facebook and was quickly shared on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum. What caught the attention of many was the Texas dealer’s license plate affixed to the Cybertruck, along with the familiar “release candidate” decals, a feature seen on numerous pre-production trucks recently.

In the photograph, the Cybertruck stands proudly in front of Tesla’s Ultra Red-painted Supercharger stall. Interestingly, Tesla had shared an image of this Supercharger stall last week, withholding its location. However, the mystery didn’t last long, as it was revealed to be situated at a Roseville Supercharger station.

The photo emphasizes the sheer size of the Cybertruck as it’s neatly parked in the Supercharging spot, ready to replenish its electric power. Some eagle-eyed observers, commenting on a Reddit post featuring the image, expressed concerns about the possibility of Supercharger cables being stretched by the Cybertruck, given the unit’s proximity to the charging stall.

The excitement didn’t end with a stationary photo. The original photographer and the husband of Kuntz, Thomas Tallman (@mermanthommy on Instagram), captured the Cybertruck in motion, driving away. You can view Tallman’s video of the Cybertruck in action on his Instagram page.

This sighting is just one of the latest in a series leading up to the Cybertruck’s highly anticipated first deliveries and the commencement of mass production scheduled for next year. Astonishingly, over two million reservations for the Cybertruck have been made since its grand unveiling in 2019, based on reservation numbers and some self-reported bookings.

Among the recent sightings, onlookers have been treated to the spectacle of the forthcoming vehicle offroading at Hollister Hills in Hollister, California, towing a trailer in Palo Alto, cruising down the famed Las Vegas strip, and even charging outside of Tesla’s Gigafactory in Austin, Texas.

In a particularly intriguing encounter at the Hollister Hills State Vehicle Recreation Area (SVRA), Tesla staff reportedly shared some valuable information with a Jeep owner. According to their account, initial Cybertruck deliveries are slated to kick off in October. This revelation came approximately a week after Tesla temporarily paused production at Giga Texas to upgrade its Cybertruck and Model Y production lines.

At present, only two crucial milestones stand in the way of the Cybertruck transitioning from pre-production to actual production and the commencement of initial deliveries. These milestones include the release of crash testing results by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the acquisition of an official Certificate of Conformity.

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