You have very sharp eyes. I enlarged it until it was blurry and I could not see the dashboard from the driver's viewpoint. Only the top of the dashboard, which didn't provide much information. It seems like maybe they have a sculptured platform? The frunk tub, if that is what it is (and it certainly looks that way), is shallow and wide as expected. I would love to see it installed and functional (i.e., the frunk opening and closing). Is there any word on whether the frunk will be automated (opening and closing), or the tailgate (I know there is a patent but that doesn't mean it will make it into the initial trucks)?
Pretty cool! Black dash/ doors and the frunk tub!
Do you think this would fit? You could remove the cloud sky backdrop and just let the view out the windshield be the backdrop.I see people with figurines on their 3/Y dashes, but you can run a full on train set on that dash. Maybe I'll get my Hotwheels tracks out of storage for when I'm charging.
Excellent point.Second, the Model Y next to the Cybertruck isn't 'nearly' as short and narrow in comparison as I had earlier thought or expected. Although this possibly has negative connotations for those who want the CT as a work truck, I like the idea that the CT might not consume my entire driveway.
I was actually thinking this was Tesla subtly throwing us a bone. They ~know when Joe is going to be flying. They ~know we're feverishly discussing the frunk size in the forums and article comment sections. So, stick a CT out in the open, with the frunk tub in the rear. Adjacent to a dusty Y with the frunk open. "What's that in the bed? Oh, maybe it's the frunk tub. I wish we had a 3/Y frunk for scale, oh, wait..."We don't take them outside when drones are detected nearby. Looks like this one slipped through