Cybertruck frunk snapped open with installed liner flaunting wide and tall bucket with good capacity
While the Cybertruck was being unloaded from a Tesla Semi the other day, someone managed to snap a few pictures and even a video of the frunk with its liner installed for the first time. Previous frunk sightings didn't have the bucket in it yet, and left the impression that it will be way smaller than, say, what the Ford F-150 Lightning's Mega Power frunk offers.
Contrary to those previous spy shots, however, Tesla seems to have maximized the liner of the Cybertruck's frunk for the full width and height of the hood making for a frunk bucket with seemingly quite a decent overall capacity. Granted, the frunk doesn't seem as deep, but given how short the Cybertruck's front end is compared to the more orthodox F-150 Lightning design, that was something to be expected.
The Cybertruck's frunk might also be powered, despite that the unloaders hold the hood with their hands and dive in to check on something inside. There seems to be some sort of a manual guide or warnings sticker plastered at the deep end of the frunk, indicating that it may have power outlets and other nifty features, again just like the F-150 Lightning from where the Cybertruck team allegedly got inspiration for it.
It would be interesting to compare frunk capacities now, as soon as Elon Musk takes the stage to announce the first Cybertruck deliveries in September. The F-150 Lightning's one is much deeper, taking advantage of its longer front, but may not be as wide and tall, so all that's left now is to wait for the official specs a few weeks from now when the final Cybertruck price is to be unveiled as well.