- A YouTube video posted Thursday confirmed Tesla’s Cybertruck prototype and its massive windshield wiper.
- In March, a photograph appeared to indicate the wiper was unable to clear a lot of the windshield on the passenger facet.
- Elon Musk has mentioned the windshield wiper is “what troubles me most” in regards to the Cybertruck’s design.
When a photograph that includes a prototype of Tesla’s Cybertruck surfaced final month, many individuals grew to become fixated on the truck’s single, large windshield wiper — and the big part of the windshield on the passenger facet that apparently was left soiled after its use.
Now, a YouTuber has captured drone footage of the electric truck and its windshield wiper in motion, giving us a birds-eye view of the way it might work in a closing product.
The video posted Thursday to YouTube by Brad Sloan, confirmed drone footage of the Cybertruck and its windshield wiper and what seems to be an worker holding a sprig bottle.
In March, a photo shared on Twitter by Tesla’s head of design Franz von Holzhausen confirmed him standing in entrance of a prototype of the Cybertruck. Behind him, the truck’s windshield wiper appeared unable to clear an excellent chunk of the window.
Final yr, a leaked video of the Cybertruck confirmed an early mannequin of the big windshield wiper — a design component that was added to comply with US road safety regulations.
Elon Musk has beforehand tweeted about his considerations relating to the Cybertruck’s massive windshield and windshield wiper design.
“The wiper is what troubles me most,” Elon Musk tweeted in December 2021. “Deployable wiper that stows in front trunk would be ideal, but complex.”
The Cybertruck automobile remains to be in improvement, which means the mannequin and windshield wiper proven within the video might not be carried out within the closing product. A launch date for the automobile has additionally been pushed back three times, Insider beforehand reported. On account of design adjustments, the discharge date for the truck was pushed again to early 2023, Reuters reported.
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