Pre-Production Tesla Cybertruck Spotted in Camo Wrap in Palo Alto

A pre-production Tesla Cybertruck was recently spotted wearing a camo wrap in Palo Alto, California1. The truck was recorded exiting a drive-thru In-N-Out restaurant, which is some sort of a tradition, according to Elon Musk1. This sighting has led to speculation that the start of Tesla Cybertruck production is imminent.

The camo wrap on the pre-production truck is an interesting choice, as Tesla has not traditionally used this tactic in the past. Instead, the company has relied on traditional black covers or a different body altogether bolted on the new underpinnings2. However, the use of the camo wrap could be an indication that Tesla is doing everything it needs to do to put the much-anticipated zero-emissions truck into production later this year, after multiple delays2.

The spotted prototype doesn’t seem to be any different from other, camo-less mules spotted previously, rocking the same development-purposes black wheels, huge single wiper, and triangular side mirrors2. Tesla CEO Elon Musk even chimed in on a couple of Tweets, replying with “Good thing we used camo lol” to the initial batch of photos showing the covered Cybertruck and with “It’s a tradition” to a video showing the development crew taking the pickup to the In-N-Out Burger drive through2.

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