The Tesla Cybertruck electric pickup is only slowly approaching mass production. It should have already started, but we will have to wait another year. The prototype of the car showed itself on the track and showed, for example, a giant wiper or mandatory mirrors.
Tesla usually fails to meet its planned launch dates, and although there were a few exceptions (e.g. Tesla from the Shanghai factory), long-awaited novelties such as the Cybertruck, Semi or Roadster will wait even until 2023,which is partly due to the chip crisis, while limited production can be at least with the Cybertruck expect by the end of next year. It was the electric pickup truck that recently drove around Fremont, California, where it was filmed with a drone, and we can see a few details that move it closer to a car that will be able to officially hit the road.
Probably the most noticeable is the giant wiper. Initially, in connection with the granted patent, there was talk of it being embedded in the body, but as can be seen in the prototype, Tesla abandoned this solution. Musk himself responded on Twitter that it bothers him and a hiding wiper would be ideal, unfortunately it is too complex. And so we have one giant that is extended upwards by default, that is, on the left side of the window and not under it, as is usual. The car also received rear-view mirrors, which are necessary in the US and for the time being cannot be replaced by cameras.