Tesla Cybertruck’s New Interface Shown Off In Video
The Tesla Cybertruck still isn’t quite ready for the world to buy but there are some out and about in the world. One of them has found itself the subject of a YouTube video in which someone got into the truck and then took a video of their exploits.
The identity of the person who filmed the video isn’t yet known nor do we know who was supposed to be in charge of the vehicle at the time. There’s a clue, though, and it doesn’t make for good viewing if you work at Tesla and have the name Max, as Not a Tesla App notes.
It’s not a good day to be named Max and work at Tesla or on the security team assigned to the Cybertruck. You can’t help but wonder how a daring individual found himself in the driver’s seat of this highly anticipated vehicle. This perpetrator spoke in Russian and joked that a bag in the truck belonged to Elon Musk before zooming in to a name tag reading “Max.”
The video itself is less than a minute long and doesn’t show anything in great detail, but we do get to see that there’s a new theme for the Cybertruck’s interface that we hadn’t seen before.
There’s also a new collection of icons and new font, while the interface itself seems to blur the lines between the map and the truck’s controls on its big center screen. The leak also seems to confirm that the Cybertruck has a front camera, while a new battery display shows the current charge level using new horizontal lines.
Video reveals the Cybertruck’s UI
– apps are along the left side – status bar icons like time and temp are above the vehicle visualization – smaller nav search icon – gradient between the visualizations and map