Cybertruck interior and rear light bar work appear together with crash test units and undercarriage
Tesla's Cybertruck is nearing its release date and sightings of its edgy body in action on the roads have been becoming more frequent. Just in the past few days alone there has been a glimpse of the Cybertruck's interior and its rear light bar that integrates the tail lights and blinkers, as well as units loaded on a trailer that seem to be coming back from crash tests.
Those Cybertrucks have been snapped around Fort Smith and Lonoke in Arizona, though it is unclear what type of crash testing facility or grounds they may have been shipped to there. Recently, there have been sightings of numerous Cybertrucks leaving the Tesla Gigafactory premises and heading somewhere on trailers, so that's one of their possible destinations.
One Cybertruck, in particular, is marked with "630" on the window and the front cover, akin to cars that undergo crash tests. In addition, the Cybertruck's protected undercarriage has been snapped from below while on the trailer.
In the meantime, a murky window video at night manages to give a glimpse of the Cybertruck's new interior. The angular seats are wrapped and don't seem to differ much from the footage taken on a prototype not long ago, but it doesn't become clear if the bench seat has stayed as well. The Cybertruck is expected to launch with vented seats, a large central console display, and a peculiar yoke steering wheel shape that will probably remain an option for those buyers who want it.
Last but not least, a footage of the Cybertruck driving at night helps to give a good look of how the cool rear light bar of Tesla's electric pickup truck works. Running along the top of the bed gate, the Cybertruck's light bar incorporates the brake light and the blinkers which can also be seen in action.