I always wanted to see a superimpose image of other pickup trucks to a Cybertruck. Looks like the Cybertruck’s brother is the Tundra, instead of a Tacoma.I found CAD drawings of the CT and my 2013 Tacoma double cab, scaled each in a drawing program and put them on two layers. I thought the CT was going to be much larger than my medium size Tacoma but it isn't. As for whether these are accurate dimensions for the CT, I took what's been reported. The CT is longer but not that much larger (height and width). Compared to a current F-150, the CT could be smaller.
I purchased a set of Tesla vehicle outlines as a pdf. Not including these here but am including a snapshot of the images so you can get an idea of sizes using the old cut and paste method.
edited: For those of you wanting 2D files (as pdf), one place to find them is at https://cad-block.com. Search for Tesla. This also gives you drawings of the various electric vehicle connectors. Most drawing applications can open pdfs and edited these line drawings. This is what I do while waiting for the CT to be released. I believe most of the drawings this company sells are created using a variety of 3D scanning applications along with information from manufacturers so they aren't from actual engineering drawing. (If I'm not supposed to reference other websites, sorry, this reference can be deleted by the forum owner. Simply do a web search for "tesla cad drawings" and see what comes up. Have fun!!)