“Cyber-fied” Tesla logo
Thenceforth, there have not been many pictures of its open charging port. If any, they still have not been widely disseminated online. Fortunately, the said poor feature is not present anymore on the Cybertruck prototype displayed at the Petersen Museum.
Images of the Cybertruck prototype charge port revealed a remarkably unique easter egg in the form of a lit, “Cyber-fied” Tesla logo. Interestingly, the American electric vehicle giant does not appear to have used this particular logo, which has a more angular “T” than the company’s trademark emblem.
Tesla offers distinct charge ports depending on the market
Furthermore, the initial Cybertruck prototype charge port appears big enough to use CCS connectors. If Tesla were to sell the Cybertruck in other countries, this particular feature would appeal. For those unaware, the reason is that the company currently offers several charge ports in its vehicles based on the region in which they are marketed.
It is worth noting that the Cybertruck prototype has included charge ports in several locations in later versions. For instance, its recent prototypes are equipped with side mirrors and windshield wipers. It also features a charging outlet built right into one of the vehicle’s fenders.
However, it is undoubtedly hard to contest the elegance of the charge port on the initial prototype’s lit “Cyber-fied” T logo. On the other hand, the layout of the newer Cybertruck prototypes appears practical.
As for the production, the Gigafactory Texas is about to start production. In fact, the 9,000-ton Giga Press of the truck has already been transported to the US. There have also been reports of the Cybertruck’s suspected test bodies in the building.